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Make: Chevrolet
Model: Chevelle
Type: Hardtop
Trim: Malibu
Year: 1967
Mileage: 5
VIN: 136177B182278
Color: Blue
Engine: 406
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Owego, New York, United States

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Additional Info:

30 years ago, after I just got my license, I was stopped at a red light in my parents car. All of a sudden the car started to shake and rattle like a freight train was going to run me over. I looked in the rearview mirror and saw it, a 1967 Chevelle with a tunnel ram sticking out of the hood. When the light turned green I pulled off into the first driveway and let it by. I followed it around town until it launched out of sight leaving a stop light. That was the day I was sold. Last year I heard that the car was possibly up for sale. After knocking on some doors, I finally tracked down the car. It was sitting in a garage looking just as I remembered it 30 years ago. Turns out that the car came off the road shortly after I first laid eyes on it. It was stored away for 15 years when a local car guy bought it. He ran the car one summer in 2003 then put it away. It sat for another 14 years in his garage. Last year I managed to buy it. I had the motor pulled and I had a new 518 horse 406 sbc installed. It has World Product angle plug heads with roller rockers. A modified aluminum high-rise intake milled to match. A Holley 830 HP carb. MSD pro billet 8570 distributor with a MSD 6t box. High volume 9 qt. oil pan. New aluminum brackets and pulleys. New aluminum water pump. New aluminum Chevrolet angle valve covers. Hedman headers breathing out flowmaster exhaust.Next I had the transmission done. The Muncie M20 was a pulled and completely rebuilt from top to bottom. A new driveshaft went along with the build. A set of4:11gears were installed into the factory 12 bolt posi rear. The car rolls on 15" rally wheels.Since there was a hole cut in the hood for the tunnel ram, I purchased a new cowl hood for the car. I had it painted to match. New bumpers were purchased and installed.The interior is in very nice condition. The light blue vinyl seats are like new. It has a dark blue carpet with custom Chevelle logo floor mats. The car is equipped with a factory four-speed console. There is a small hole in the headliner that you can see in one of the pictures. Also, there's a crack in the dash pad. Otherwise, it's in great condition.According to what I've heard, The car came off the road about 28 years ago and was repainted. It was a pretty decent job. The car still looks very good today but it's not perfect. There are some small spots and imperfections. I would rate it about a 7.5. The trunk still looks great after all of these years. All of the glass is still very nice.When I purchased this car I had no intention on selling it. But circumstances have changed. I need to purchase a building so selling the car is my only option right now. There's over ten thousand dollars invested in the drivetrain. I had plans on disc conversions and suspension upgrades but that can't happen now. I am setting the reserve low to ensure a sale. I am also listing it for sale in other areas so I reserve the right to end early. Serious buyers only. Thank you.