Classic Auto Mall
6180 Morgantown Road
1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Coupe
The storied Chevelle is one of those timeless designs that looks good no matter how it's built. Stock, modified, race, pro-touring, whatever; the clean lines and balanced stance on these tough classics create a confident swagger that's universally admired. That means if you're looking to ride in style, you really can't go wrong with a Chevrolet A-Body. And when you factor in this ride's big block drivetrain, tastefully restored interior and first rate, all-American sheet metal, you get the picturesque profile of an incredible muscle car!
Looking like it is fresh out of the restoration shop, this 1967 Chevelle SS has had an engine swap for the better, now upgraded to a whopping 556ci V8 with a supercharger, and Dyno proven 952.84hp!! Deep dish rally wheels, raised white letter tires, near perfect bucket seat interior, definitely one of the highlight cars to take in and consider for the serious Chevelle SS fanatic, right here in the hallowed former mall halls of Classic Auto Mall. Read on for AWESOME features...
This sweet SS wears clean sheet metal which is under presentable purple paint retaining its luster and then some. Also keeping its original front grille and bumpers which are very well kept and shiny with no rust or dimpling. Overall simplicity and certainly very conservatively adorned with a mere rocker trim in stainless and some snappy chromed window surrounds. This car otherwise looks like the true conservative. Not overdone, gaps are nearly perfect for the steel and the rear wrap around gridded taillights with the black roll panel badged with SS is just sugar on the purple lollipop. A large rear facing hood scoop in on and a nice black vinyl top is covering the small flying buttress B pillared roof. Deep dish rally wheels are on all 4 corners and are wrapped in 215/70R15's in front, and 295/55R15's tires in back.
With a swing of the doors and you are getting a coming attraction preview of what wonders never cease to amaze you inside. The door panels are black vinyl, and have horizontal stitched tucked roll panels, some chrome trimmings and are near perfection. Inside high back buckets with more tuck and roll inserts and smooth larger supporting bolsters. These seats are newer and very comfy. The rear bench is similar pattern only in long form with horizontal tuck and roll, and all pristine. All this floats in beautiful black carpeting. In the center of the hump is a pistol grip shifter. Dash is in its original layout with the upper shiny strip which houses the lights, ignition, wipers, etc being on top of the new Dakota digital backlit LED gauge cluster. A smaller rally steering wheel fronts this new glowing dash and shows nearly no wear what-so-ever. On top is a tight black headliner. A shout out to the trunk which has been completely relined with a like new vinyl covering and fresh coating of paint.
556 cubes now take up the majority of the engine bay space, and this is a GM crate engine with a CVF serpentine system and a ProCharger D1-X supercharger to pump loads of fossils and air. Brodix heads are now on top of the block and a Merlin intake supports a Holley Terminator X EFI. On black is a Tremec 3650 5-speed manual by G Force transmissions which throws power rearward to a 12-bolt narrowed rear axle with a Moser Waveloc posi unit attached. For the big exhale, are headers and a Magnaflow exhaust.
Nearly showroom, with no rust, or even road dirt. All straight structural steel, floor pans, and rockers, it is simply beautiful work underneath. Features such as RideTech coil-overs and tubular front and rear control arms, and Wilwood Hydroboost power disc brakes on all 4 corners help assist functionality with the awesome power under ether hood. All is looking buttoned up underneath.
A hop inside the pristine interior, and it's off I go to the test track. Here it handled and accelerated and took over the test track like it was a piece of cake. Smooth bias free panic stopping, and all functions were working. A good time was had by me with this car which is also an awesome cruiser, and head turner with "no foolin'" power.
Looking somewhat like a mild mannered Chevelle, a listen to the power plant, tells us very quickly this car is anything but. All steel panels looking rust free and very straight, digital dash keeping in its original form, new buckets for the front, and all systems GO...like hell!
17-2 Door Sport Hardtop Coupe
B-Baltimore, MD Assy Plant
133897-Sequential Unit Number
12B-2nd Week December Build
ST 67 13817-1967 Malibu SS396 2 Door Sport Coupe Hardtop
BDY BAL2747-Baltimore Body #
TR 974-Gold Vinyl
PNT T2-Capri Cream, Black Vinyl Top
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