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Check out this 1966 Chevy Chevelle Malibu that we just traded for. This car was a daily driver for the previous owner. It has a 1969 Model 350 engine with ceramic coated headed and good sounds dual exhaust. It has a Holley 4 barrel carb. It has 327 stickers on the breather and valve covers but it is a 350 engine that runs great. It is connected to a 4 speed Muncie M20 transmission that shifts out great. The previous owner switched out the original 10 bolt rear with a 12 bolt positive traction rear with 331 gears that came from a 1967 Camaro. This car has power steering, power disc brakes on the front and factory A/C that is still R-12 and needs to be switched over to R-134. The AC blows but needs to be charged. If you have R-12 then you can charge it up and it should blow cold. The paint looks good and is less than 2 years old. The Vinyl top has no rust bubbles under it and it too is only 2 years old. The body is solid except for a very small rust bubbles on bottom of passenger door. ( See Pics ) Both front and back bumpers look good. It has 18 inch American Racing wheels that look great on this car. The interior is really nice. The seats, door panels, headliner, carpet and dash all look good. There are seatbelts front and back. The AM/FM radio sounds good. The interior light works as do all the exterior lights. The trunk pan looks great as does the floor pans. Underneath the car all looks good, This car runs and drives good. As I stated the previous owner drove it to work most days so it has not just sitting. Nice Malibu. I do not know how many miles are on the car. The miles listed is what the odometer shows.
Stock #2300
Transmission4 Speed Manual
Exterior ColorAqua Blue
Interior ColorBlue
New/Used Used
Price $32,500.00 $31,000.00
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