800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 is a real-deal Super Sport that has sleek paint, big block power, and four-on-the-floor. So yes, your dream muscle machine is up for grabs.
A red coupe is always going to attract attention, especially with the high-gloss shine this one gives off. So when you're going to get plenty of eyeballs on your coupe, you also want it to be as well done as this one. You can tell they paid attention to make sure the body panels look nice, the gaps are good, the fitment is even, and the big doors close with confidence. The brightwork has an awesome shine everywhere from the big chrome bumpers, to the thin trim that highlights the pillarless hardtop profile. And there are all the right Super Sport details, like the darkened grille, faux vented hood, blackout rear panel, ribbed rockers, and all the correct badging. So it's the kind of total package that gives you pride from day one.
The interior shows off more of the solid investment in quality. The full black package feels new and premium on the door panels, carpeting, headliner, dash, and insignia trim upholstery. It gets the Super Sport attitude right with low-back bucket seats, a center console, and floor-mounted shifter. The Chevelles of this era really define 60s-cool with their extra wide dash finished in brightwork, and the thin and grippy steering wheel that lets you see it all. You'll even spot nice details, like the correct-style tach with integrated turn signal. It's a great classic everywhere, and so you have to look close to see anything that's not era-correct. For example, the radio has the classic knob-style appearance, but it's an AM/FM unit with an aux input so you can easily upgrade your driving music.
Lift the hood and see the period correct 396 cubic-inch big-block Chevy V8. This big, bad motor is nicely dressed with the bright valve covers, a matching air topper with 396 callouts, and orange block radiating power from within the dark engine bay. You can tell from this presentation that there was an investment in this Chevelle, and the way it fires up easily solidifies it. This big block inhales deeply through a Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a terrific big block sound out of the newer dual exhaust. The four-speed manual transmission shifts crisps to keep you in firm control. And while you have beastly power, it's also easy to tame with power steering, power brakes with discs up front and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
Bold looks and the right power to back it up make this SS396 a true muscle car icon. So if you're ready to own the dream, call today!
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