800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is a real-deal 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396. It has great vintage pieces like the vinyl top and four-on-the-floor to maximize its classic appeal. And when you also see the right upgrades, it makes this an all-around solid driving muscle machine.
Butternut Yellow is one of those defining colors for the Super Sport Chevys. Vivid yet innocent, it made these high horsepower cars feel unassuming - but they left an impression as they showed everyone their tail lights. This was an upgrade later in life, and the quality application means a bright gloss in the sunshine today. This light paint makes for a great contrast to the darker features like the SS grille, blacked-out rear panel, and premium vinyl top. Plus, as a true classic American, you get brightwork that's in all the right places like the extra wide bumpers, faux vents in the hood, full trim, and ribbed rockers. All of those pieces have a stock style that will please vintage car fans. But since this is a real-deal Super Sport, it can't resist adding some extra flair with the brightly polished 18-inch Ridler wheels.
The hints of black on the exterior give you a preview of the full black interior. And just like the exterior, you can see a solid investment in delivering a classic style with a fresher feeling. The deep black on the seats, door panels, carpets, headliner, and dash all make this quite inviting. You'll even appreciate little details, like the trim in the seatbacks and working dome light. And you'll especially like the driver-focused atmosphere. Front bucket seats, a center console in-between, a Chevy sports steering wheel, and a bright Hurst shifter give your enthusiast senses the right Super Sport tingle.
This car is a true 138-code SS 396. So when you open the engine bay, this Chevelle is filled with big block power. This is a year-correct replacement 396 cubic-inch block with a four-barrel carburetor on top. The V8 has a terrific presentation with the clean inner walls, tidy motor, GM hoses, newer booster, bright valve covers, and air grabber with callouts. A driver is what this one was really meant to be. After all, the four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the big block power and the rumbling dual exhaust. And the upgraded wheels mean you now get to fit modern tires that offer better grip. Plus, features like power steering, power brakes, and front discs are there to let you easily show off this hardtop legend.
This is a true Super Sport with a nice style and a terrific big block heart. So if you love a great driving icon, you can't let this slip away. Call now!
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