800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is a real-deal, 138-Code, 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 with a nice color combo, 3spd auto, and serious big block power. So take a closer look, because this icon is done right.
This car is quite striking from its first impression as it mixes speed with sophistication. It's in the way the '66 cars blend artful touches (like the flying buttress C-pillars) with subtle aggression (like the intimidating overhang on the hood.) Or the way the black paint makes this menacing vehicle look even more evil. And everything from the correct faux hood louvers to the upgraded alloys gives this classic coupe an intimidation factor.
All the black on the outside is also a nice preview of the full midnight interior. Within all this darkness, you have plenty of the correct bright trim to really deliver the classic car experience. Because this is a true SS car, you get the right sports car features, like bucket seats and a center console in-between. So you can already imagine rolling down all the windows on this hardtop and enjoying an all-day cruise.
The engine bay was built for both show and go. The bold block paint, polished air topper, and matching valve covers set off a fantastic presentation under the hood. So there's no better way to show off a the era-correct 396 cubic-inch big block. This one inhales deeper than other big block thanks to a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. It means you get serious power, and it makes a sweet rumble from the dual exhaust. And while this is a true muscle machine, it was also made to be a nice cruiser, too. That's why you have an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help keep it running cool. Plus, power steering, an automatic 3spd transmission, power brakes w/discs up front, and the grip of modern tires deliver a classic hardtop that's easy to enjoy.
This is the true SS396 that delivers big block power and terrific driving upgrades. So you know it's a deal you're going to want to get your hands on. Call now!
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