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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Chevelle
  • SubModel: Malibu
  • Type: Other
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 99,695
  • Color: Purple
  • Engine size: 427 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Local pick-up only


You know that person whose car looked like a sedate classic but ended up blowing everyone's doors off? Now it's your turn with this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu. It looks like a cherished vintage coupe, but beneath the skin is a hardcore 427 big block that's got all the right components backing it up.Royal Plum is this Malibu's factory-correct, and very rare color, but it has a modern maturity that will make people think you pulled it out of the latest color palette. It's the perfect color for a stealth muscle machine. In fact, the '67 Chevelle's bodylines are perfect for this mission too. The shape is one of GM's better designs (and is possibly the most popular year Chevelle), clean, chiseled and well-defined without being gimmicky. This long, uninterrupted profile means panel fit must be as nice as this, because there is nowhere for imperfection to hide. This one completes the cherished classic appearance with all the brightwork looking its best. It's seen on everything from the big chrome bumpers, to the Malibu cursive script on the rear fender. But if you do pay attention, this Chevelle will give some hints that it's more than just a prized cruiser. Little places like the half moon covers on the headlight, and the forward leaning stance, are subtle clues that there is a beast within. The black bench seat interior is part of the Chevelle's no-nonsense vibe, and the intricate pattern gives it the upper-class Malibu trim a nice finish. It matches nicely with the door panels, to come together for a tasteful and uniform appearance. The dash has lots of shiny surfaces surrounding the original instruments, which still show clean faces and bright orange needles. The wide speedometer still has clean, bright markings and very little fading, and the woodgrained accents that were part of the Malibu package are still bright and crisply rendered. But, if you let people look over this one too long, they might wonder why you need all those auxiliary gauges, including the large SunPro tachometer.If you want this clean Malibu to keep its stealthy secret, then never open the hood. Then again, it will be hard not to show off all the shiny bits on the 427 cubic-inch V8 that fills the engine bay (the car's original matching numbers 283 is also available separately.) The big block was installed around 7,000 miles ago, and it was built with performance goodies that include a Street Fighter camshaft, Edelbrock carburetor, and Edelbrock RPM Air Gap intake. The monster motor stays cool with a new aluminum radiator, and it exhales through a stainless steel Flowmaster dual exhaust with performance X-pipe construction. So no matter how hard you were trying for the sleeper image, the roar of the pipes will reveal how much power you are really laying down. That's ok, because you have all the right components to rule the streets. This one has the rodder's favorite two-speed Powerglide transmission with 2400 RPM stall converter to keep you in the ideal powerband. This is mated to a 10-bolt Eaton Posi limited slip rear end, running a versatile 3.55 ratio. So is this a great-looking classic, or a tire-burning muscle car? The answer to both is yes. That's why this Malibu is the perfect coupe for everything you want with an American classic, and it has the reliably to be fun for years to come. We even have a pile of restoration receipts to prove it. Call today!!