800 Derita Road, Ste. A
A beautiful blue style inside and out instantly makes this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle hardtop quite attractive. But this is also an SS 396 tribute that wants to fully live up to the Super Sport heritage. And more than just cool SS details inside and out, this one delivers serious muscle with a performance-built big block and upgraded suspension to make this a car you'll want to show and drive.
We love the slick finish of the factory-correct Marina Blue on a car like this. We have a receipt for $13k invested in just the paintwork, and it was even ceramic coated. So you know they took the time to get this looking nice. And part of this sleek look is also thanks to ensuring the panels are straight, and gaps are even. So even those big doors close with confidence. And everything from bright chrome bumpers to fresh weather-stripping makes for a terrific look to the fundamentals. Plus, the upgrade to Super Sport style was done correctly. The darker SS grille, blackout rear panel, vent trim hood, ribbed rockers, and full SS badging get this instant respect. And there is even some added stand-out appeal with the inner headlight replaced with amber driving lights, and there are spinner-like caps on the bright Rally wheels. It all makes for a memorable style on a well-restored classic.
The sea of blue continues inside, and just like the exterior, it's quite attractive because of an investment in quality. The upholstery, door panels, headliner, carpeting, and dash all have an attractive and vintage style. So you'll love rolling down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop so everyone can get a better look inside. It feels like a true classic with details like the bright dash, working dome light, dual-spoke steering wheel, and wide bench seats with bright trim embedded. But this coupe also likes being a better all-around cruiser. So while the stock AM radio is on display, your real driving music comes from the AM/FM/CD stereo hidden in the glovebox (there's even a wired remote for added convenience.) And there's a proper SS feel with an auxiliary readout trio under the dash and a large AutoMeter tach next to the speedometer.
The engine bay likes to impress just as much as the interior and exterior. The smooth blue inner walls funnel all your attention to the 396 cubic-inch V8 big block in the middle. There's plenty of polish, and much of it adds substance and style. This includes the Mickey Thompson finned valve covers, bright pulleys for the serpentine belt system, and an aluminum radiator with electric fans. But what you'll like best is the full performance build of this big block. It's enhanced and fortified with Brodix aluminum heads, Scorpion performance roller rockers, Moroso pushrods, an Edelbrock Performer intake, and topped with a Brawler 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor. Hooker headers add even more muscle to this already powerful package as they let this exhale freely into a rather straight set of dual exhaust pipes and glasspack mufflers. And when you check that out in the undercarriage photos, you'll also spot terrific upgrades like the UMI rear suspension arms and UMI sway bars front & rear. The Powerglide automatic transmission loves big power, and this feeds a stout 12-bolt rear. And power steering and wide BF Goodrich T/As complete this thoughtfully built muscle car package.
This Chevelle was given extra flair and power to surpass your SS dreams. So it's time to get your hands on an all-around awesome muscle machine. Call now!
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