Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
It's hard to find a cooler cruiser than this 1977 Chevrolet Malibu Classic. It's a one-owner true survivor with a terrific presentation inside and out. You even get the window sticker that proves this was a highly-optioned V8 machine right from the factory.
This premium Malibu just screams survivor from every angle that we investigate. It starts with the original Buckskin Metallic paint. It's an ideal 1970s-style color, and the condition of this one really tells you that it was cared for over the decades. In fact, it retains the kind of radiance in the sunlight that people will swear you had a respray just for how good it looks over four decades later! And when you combine outstanding paint with a low-mileage life (averaging only about 1,000 miles annually) you get great sheetmetal with crisp details. So you really notice how the front end loves to highlight the stacked headlights, the side has a hint of flare in the fenders, and the rear has a nice slope in the roof and a high back for a very sporty look. And everything from the hood ornament to the Rally wheels gives this one the right look for both premium and a true time capsule.
The Buckskin tan interior continues this coupe's cool color coordination. It's a truly premium and preserved look, right down to the button-top presentation on the seatbacks and doors. It's the kind of crisp appearance that you'll love to share with other enthusiasts. Of course, this one was also built to enjoy solo. This gen Malibu's driver-oriented dash goes particularly nicely with the premium bucket seat and center console combo. It's an easy reach to the factory AM/FM stereo and air condition now blowing with R134a (will need servicing.) The dual-spoke steering wheel is on a tilt column to give you an excellent view of the gauges, and the optional fuel economy readout next to the speedo is a cool reminder of the priorities in the late 1970s.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 305 cubic-inch V8. It has all the correct components and a very stock/honest presentation. Plus, the way this one fires up readily and runs great is a nice affirmation of a lifetime of correct care. There's even a new stainless exhaust. Chevy's famous small block has all the right torque to move this Malibu with ease, and the three-speed automatic transmission shifts like a premium coupe should. This is Chevrolet's personal luxury statement, so you get great driving features such as power steering and power brakes w/discs up front.
This exceptional one-owner car not only comes with the original window sticker, but also the owner's manual packet. This car is looking for only its second owner in nearly 45 years. Are you ready to be a custodian of true Chevy history? Call today!!!
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