With perfect glossy paint, a clean undercarriage, a custom interior, and more than 600 horsepower, this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle has the right stuff to turn heads and snap necks. Now, it’s up for sale – but is it worth the outlay?
The recipient of a complete rotisserie restoration, every inch of this Chevrolet Chevelle looks like it got some love. Let’s start outside, where the ultra-clean body is covered in Dark Shadow Grey Metallic paint, complemented by a blacked-out treatment for the bumpers, door mirrors, window trim, door handles, grille and various other bits and bobs. There’s also all-new glass with a dark tint, while the corners are adorned with black two-piece five-spoke Foose aluminum wheels, measuring in at 20 inches in the rear and 18 inches in front.
The black-out treatment continues into the cabin, where TMI seating and black leather upholstery meet the driver and passengers. The black finish is offset by red double French stitching, while a one-off center console houses the power window controls and B&M ergonomic shifter, above which sits the switchgear for the Vintage Air A/C. The center stack was swapped out for an eight-inch touchscreen, and new Dakota Digital gauges can be found behind the steering wheel.
Making this Chevrolet Chevelle move is the 6.2L V8 LS3 gas engine, which exhales though a three-inch Flowmaster exhaust. Tuned to deliver 604 horsepower, this thing definitely backs up the coupe’s aggressive exterior appearance. Routing the output rearwards is the 4L85-E four-speed automatic transmission, which connects to a 12-bolt rear end and 3.73 gearing.
Keeping it all shiny side up are QA1 adjustable coilovers and Hotchkis tubular control arms, plus Wilwood’s six-piston calipers and 14-inch drilled and slotted rotors. A Flaming River rack-and-pinion power steering setup was added as well.
With just 1,045 miles on the clock since it was rebuilt, this Chevrolet Chevelle is dressed to impress, and is now up for sale from Gateway Classic Cars, listed at $129,500.
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Source: Gateway Classic Cars