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                                                              1967 Chevelle Super Sport
                           BOLERO RED/BLACK 

So here's another great looking Chevelle!! I mean truly., Classic 60's muscle car in its original color combo as per the Trim Tag: Bolero Red with a Black Vinyl Top over Red Bucket Seat interior... 

Man it just speaks to ya don't ya think? As in Buy Me!!! Ha Ha. 

This is a Real Deal 67 SS without any questionable tags or stampings. 13817 model (SS) code built at the Atlanta Assembly Plant. This one is not only sporting it's original color combo, but it's got it's original engine as well.. .. and not just the base 396/325hp., this is the optional EF Code 350hp engine. As the old saying goes... A picture is worth a thousand words., but being someone never short on words, I simply must expand on various aspects of this car, so let me tell you about the car in more specific detail. 

Interior: 
What you are seeing in these interior pics...…. OPTIONS Son, It's called Options!

Factory Red Bucket Seats, Deluxe Style Seat Belts, Console, 4 Speed, Gauges, Blinker Tach, Am Radio, Tilt Steering and a Wood Wheel all make up this almost flawless interior!! It's all in excellent condition from the carpet to the correct red floor mats to the tight fitting headliner... What you see, is What you get!

Engine:
Under the hood of this Red beauty, you find what I mentioned above: Original “EF” code 396/350hp engine that runs real strong and sounds awesome! No Power Steering but the current owner did add power/disc brakes! It even retains its original difficult to find Harrison Radiator ......

Paint/Body:
Although I don't know exactly when., this car was a Frame Off Restoration within the last 10 years. One look at the paint and razor straight sheet-metal and you will see it is truly As Advertised! This ole girl will turn heads but not just because of her body.....though her factory Front and Rear Bumper Guards as well as her Lines and Gaps are hard to not notice! Doors open and close with ease.... the chrome/stainless and all emblems are very very nice and this all points to a car that was restored with care, stored with care and has stood the test of time. Photos do not do the paint or car justice!

Undercarriage:
Again., although a lift was not available to show the underneath of this car... the pics I do have clearly show a car that was off the frame. It is hard to believe this car gets driven., though honestly, not a lot. The odometer is showing 44,000 miles with approx. 1,000 in just over the last 8 years. I’m unable to confirm the mileage as original to the car but it is believed to be. The floor pans are painted in a nice satin black and are very clean and solid! ….... All new front and rear suspension as well front and rear HD torsion bars. Brand New 3 inch stainless steel exhaust attached to cast iron manifolds up front and exiting the rear through Flowmaster Mufflers gives this car a tough throaty sound and you will just love it. A non-original M-20 Muncie 4 speed turns the 12 bolt Posi Rear which ultimately helps spin the rubber and get this baby down the road. 

Speaking of Rubber... the car is currently riding on New 15 inch Coker Red Line Radial Tires and New Rally Wheels and Caps for a more Factory 67 SS Look, but I have included some pics of how it did look before the current owner decided to change the wheels and tires., just in case you might wonder what it could it look like with different shoes. 

There it is.... I'm sure you may have other questions, and I'm happy to discuss the car with anyone who is serious. There is no formal original paper documentation, I'm not sure exactly what sheet-metal was replaced If any, but the car is loaded and she is done right! It's not a trailer queen, but it’s not a Daily Driver either., Its a high quality car and you can drive it and/or show it but you will be sure to enjoy it no matter what your plan. 



Mike Crown

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