As big of a hit as the Chevelle was among Chevy enthusiasts in 1967, the cars are still just as popular today, proving that some things just don’t go out of style.
At the top of the line for the 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle, the SS was one of the most highly sought after GM cars of the muscle car era and it still is. Unfortunately, GM was pretty spotty about denoting the cars high-performance heritage in the VIN and body tags which resulted in a lot of cars being rebadged and successfully passed off as an SS. However, with pre-1969 model years, a 138-VIN code made identifying the real deal pretty easy but with cars such as this one being offered by Raleigh Classic Car Auctions the included 138-VIN code is unnecessary. This is 100-percent a true SS car as verified by its VIN and its extensive almost obsessively kept records and documentation.
Not only is this obviously a special car for the way that its ownership has preserved its history but also because of the way it was optioned from the factory. This incredibly optioned Chevelle is equipped with a 396-cid V8 CE engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission that feeds power to a posi-traction rear end. Power steering, power brakes, and a special suspension system are some of the car’s mechanical features while the interior is just as highly configured with bucket seats, a center console, deluxe seat belts, and special instrumentation that includes a tach and a transmission tunnel mounted clock. Finish wise, it doesn’t get much better than burgundy with a black vinyl top and a matching interior.
This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is currently on its 3rd owner. All of the included documentation such as the factory invoice, bill of sale, Protect-O-Plate, owner's manual, and copies of titles confirm these claims. With what is believed to be the actual mileage showing just 39,207-miles, you will not want to let the opportunity to be this car’s fourth owner pass you by. For more information visit raleighclassic.com.