|THIS IS TRULY AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A CHEVELLE ENTHUSIAST TO OWN A CLASSIC 1967 CHEVELLE MODIFIED STREET MACHINE AT A PRICE HE OR SHE CAN ACTUALLY AFFORD. FRESH SATIN BLACK FINISH. OLD SCHOOL WELD WHEELS. 383 STROKER ENGINE COUPLED TO A TURBO 350 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. TEN BOLT REAR DIFFERENTIAL. DISC BRAKES. WHO CARES IF IT HAS FOUR DOORS? THE PRICE IS ABOUT 20% OF THE COST OF A TWO DOOR HARDTOP. PERFECT FOR THE BABY BOOMER LOOKING TO HAUL A FEW FRIENDS COMFORTABLY TO CRUISES OR THE HOT ROD POWER TOUR. THIS ISN'T GRANDMA'S GROCERY GETTER. THIS IS A PURPOSE BUILT MODIFIED STREET MACHINE. YOU WON'T FIND ANY OTHER LIKE THIS AT THIS PRICE. SPRING IS HERE. CRUISING SEASON IS JUST WEEKS AWAY. DON'T LET THIS ONE GET AWAY.
Most muscle car enthusiasts agree that one of the most iconic models of the era was the Chevelle. Although relatively short lived, the Chevelle was one of GM's most successful name plates. The Chevelle was built on the GM A-body platform, with a somewhat reserved initial offering in the first two years, with the exception of the extremely small run of 200 Z16's in 1965. This all changed for the 1966-1967 model years.
1966 saw a complete restyle of the Chevelle on the previous frame that included smooth contours, a broad new grille and bumper treatment, and curved side windows. Bulging rear fender lines and a "flying buttress" roofline (tunneled into the "C" pillar) were highlights of the '66 hardtops, shared with other GM "A" body models. The 1967 models got some styling tweaks that resulted in a longer, more straightforward appearance, making it much more popular than the prior year . Large wraparound tail lamps went into a new rear end with standard backup lights. This aggressive design, along with a laundry list of new options, including massive big blocks engines, catapulted the 1967 Chevelle into the forefront with the muscle car buyers. Although Chevy's big news for 1967 was the introduction of the Camaro, Chevelle offered a more traditional sort of sportiness.
This love for the 1967 Chevelle has flourished over the years. Even today, this classic still dominates the streets and drag strips across the country. The primary obstacle to owning one of these beauties has always been sticker shock. Restored examples can bring a premium into the mid five figures. Even a non running project can sell for nine to ten thousand dollars. Here is an opportunity to own a high performance 1967 Chevelle for the price of an unrestored rolling chassis.
The body has just been refinished in satin black. This is not a spray can primer job. This is fresh, complete satin black paintwork. Blacked out rear valance. Chrome and stainless in good condition. Glass is also in good condition. Old school Weld wheels. Remington Himax radials on the front. Massive 275/60R15 Cooper Super Cobra radials on the rear. The rear wheels are deep dish with offset. Spacer/adapters have been used between the wheels and brake drums. New air shocks have been installed in the rear for an aggressive stance and to facilitate tire clearance. Single chrome sport mirror. Gaps and fitment on all body panels is good.
The heart of this ground pounder is a bored and stroked small block. Per previous owner, 350 Cu. In. bored and stroked to 383 Cu. In. Edelbrock Competition Series carburetor with electric choke. Aluminum intake manifold. Accel distributor. 8MM silicone wires. Chrome air cleaner and valve covers. Hydraulic cam and valve train. Engine was built for cruising, so this is not a radical high lift cam that will chatter your teeth at idle. Hooker headers and dual exhaust. Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Ten bolt rear differential. New air shocks on the rear. New front suspension with disc brakes. Undercarriage is natural, not painted or powder coated. However, it is clean and solid.
Burgundy bench seat interior. Rear seat has been recovered in cloth. Front seat shows wear on driver side seat cushion. Factory AM radio not working but still in dash. Billet custom steering wheel. Sunpro Super Tach II mounted on steering column. Sunpro water temperature, volts, and oil pressure gauges mounted under the dash. Hurst Pro Matic shifter mounted on the floor.
This is the perfect summer cruiser at an unbeatable price.
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