A great project car that’s been in the owner’s family since the early 80’s, this ’67 Chevelle Malibu Convertible consists of an early 70’s modified 402-cid engine mated to a Muncie wide-ratio 4-speed with a 12-bolt/4.10 rear end.
The fully operational power convertible top has the original boot and is in great shape with no holes, tears or dry-rot. Latches lock tightly and the rear window is clear and completely intact. The body is rock solid and painted in 1978 Camaro blue with nice chrome/brightwork. The car also includes the original side moulding and new OEM window felts for the next owner to install if they choose.
Interior retains much of its original upholstery with matching, refinished front seats. Glass is average and all windows roll and vent as they should.
This Chevelle has been garage-kept for the last 20+ years and needs general maintenance items. Contact us for more details.
With some modest investment, this highly-sought classic has the potential to demand a high return or be your future show-stopper!
Oftentimes misunderstood, the Chevrolet Chevelle had many sub-series of the model. The Malibu was essentially a trim level of the Chevelle. 1966-67 represented the new body style of the 1st gen. series with smoother curves plus a new grille, bumper and wraparound tail-lamps. The Chevrolet brochure touted “will probably bring on a severe compulsion to go driving.” And we agree 100%!