Big, Bad American Muscle: 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

Jun 28, 2019 2 min read
Big, Bad American Muscle: 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

A true SS with even more attitude!

If you're looking for a turn-key, show-ready American muscle car, look no further than this gorgeous 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Listed for sale by Classic Cars of Sarasota, this Chevelle is a true SS looking at the "138" to start the VIN – no clone here! As if that's not good enough, though, you're looking at a car that underwent a full frame-off restoration less than four years ago with no detail spared.

Big, Bad American Muscle: 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

In, under or around the car, no matter where you look, this Chevelle is impressive. Everything from the window trim to the fuel tank looks brand new on this car, but the best part is its paint job. In the pictures, the Chevelle looks black, but check out the video and you'll see that the Royal Plum Metallic paint job is downright gorgeous. This paint color would look absolutely stunning in the sunlight! Like the body, the interior is flawless and extremely detailed, and it looks great with the bucket seats and center console. This car even comes with the original-style steering wheel.

Big, Bad American Muscle: 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

Chrome is one of the hardest parts to get right and keep clean (especially on a slightly aged restoration), but it's hard to find any faults with this body. Even the redline tires add to the looks, and the stickers under the hood have been replaced giving the engine compartment a finished look. Speaking of the engine compartment, that's where you'll find this car's true gem: the 425-hp 427 CID V-8. Again, you'll want to reference the video to listen to this beast of an engine rumble to life. Backing this engine is the Muncie four-speed manual transmission, and it this car is also equipped with power steering and power disc brakes.

The '67 Chevelle marked the final year of the first-gen Chevelle, and Chevrolet definitely saved the best for last with this design. The owner of this car has taken one of the best-looking muscle cars and made it look even more stunning. With all this work, the asking price of $69,500 is a great price for a show-stopping Chevelle.


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