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1964 Super Sport Used Automatic

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Malibu
Trim: Super Sport
Year: 1964
Mileage: 75,203
VIN: 45837H101145
Color: Blue
Engine: 283 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Clearwater, Florida, United States

1964 Chevrolet Malibu Super Sport Additional Info:

1964 Chevrolet Malibu SS For Sale. Correct JG 283 cubic inch V8 engine, 4 barrel carburetor, dual exhaust, automatic transmission, power steering, updated A/C with Sanden R123a compressor, power brakes, 14" factory steel wheels with radial white wall tires, silver blue exterior with accenting white roof, drivers chrome sport mirror, bucket seat interior, center console, tilt steering column, AM radio. This 1964 Super Sport is highly optioned and a rare find, don't miss this beauty!!! Price $34,900 FUN FACTS: The Chevelle was intended to compete with the Ford Fairlane, and Plymouth Belvedere, and to return to the Chevrolet lineup a model similar in size and concept to the popular 1955-57 models. The Chevelle's 115-inch (2,900 mm) wheelbase was the same as that of the 1955-57 Chevy. Two-door hardtop coupes, and convertibles, four-door sedans, and four-door station wagons were offered throughout the entire run. In line with other Chevrolet series, the two-door hardtops were called Sport coupes. Four-door hardtops, dubbed Sport Sedans, were available (1966 through 1972). A two-door station wagon was available in 1964 and 1965 in the base 300 series. Station wagons were marketed with exclusive nameplates: Greenbrier (previously used with the Corvair based vans), Concours, and Concours Estate. Six-cylinder and V8 power was offered across the board. Chevelles were also assembled and sold in Canada. While similar to their Stateside counterparts, the convertible was available in the base Chevelle series, a model never offered in the United States. The Chevelle was the basis for the Beaumont, a retrimmed model sold only in Canada by Pontiac dealers through 1969. Originally conceived as an upsizing of the Chevy II with a unibody platform (similar to the Fairlane and the full-size Chrysler B-platform of the same era) which originated with the XP-726 program, GM's senior compact A-platform used a body-on-frame construction using a suspension setup similar to its full sized automobiles with a 4 link rear suspension (the differential has 4 control arms which are attached to the frame with rear coil springs sandwiched between the differential and spring pocket - this design was used with the B platform vehicles and later used by Ford Motor Company with its FOX platform automobiles).