GM didn't make too many of these wagons in the muscle car era, their time in the sun came a few years later. But if they were all built like this Chevelle, we have a feeling they'd have flown of the shelves then too. With a fresh crate motor, cold A/C, an all-new interior, and plenty of space, it's also the ultimate road trip vehicle that's 100% ready to go. Today wagons are one of the hottest ...
18-Nov-2018Lithia Springs, GA+18 milesCars for Sale
1967 was a great year for the Chevelle, and when you find a clean hardtop like this, it probably makes sense to build the nicest car you can around it. Bright orange paint doesnt hurt, either, because you want it to get noticed, and with a thumping 454 cubic inch big block under the hood you can afford to have a little swagger on the street.br / br / The later Chevelles get a lot of attention, ...
Year: 1971, Make: Chevrolet, Model: Chevelle, Mileage: 96456, VIN: 131361B216814
Year: 1967, Make: Chevrolet, Model: Chevelle, Mileage: 99629, VIN: 136397Z142010
Year: 1967, Make: Chevrolet, Model: Chevelle, Mileage: 43600, VIN: 138677B130412
Year: 1970, Make: Chevrolet, Model: Chevelle, Mileage: 61032, VIN: 136370A176414
Year: 1972, Make: Chevrolet, Model: Chevelle, Mileage: 1897, VIN: 1D37J21527393
Year: 1967, Make: Chevrolet, Model: Chevelle, Mileage: 85908, VIN: 136677K220472
Year: 1966, Make: Chevrolet, Model: Chevelle, Mileage: 8371, VIN: 136676K155327
27-Oct-2018Lithia Springs, GA+18 milesCars for Sale
You know we get a lot of A-body convertibles here at Streetside Classics, but this cool 1966 Chevrolet Malibu ragtop stands apart. Not over-done, its just clean, sleek, and packs a great-running small block to get some attention. This is how to do it if youre going to build a car that does everything well.br / br / With a snarky 355 cubic inch small block under the hood and those big wheels, th...
27-Oct-2018Lithia Springs, GA+18 milesCars for Sale
When this 1967 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle convertible rolled in, more than one person simply said, Wow, which I think sums it up brilliantly. The early Chevelle was a clean design, free of many of the styling gimmicks of the era, and was based on some very sturdy hardware that ran for years with only cursory maintenance. And after spending a big pile of cash on the restoration (not counting the ...
28-Sep-2018Lithia Springs, GA+18 milesCars for Sale
This nasty 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS doesnt do anything small. From the fresh 454 GM crate motor to the tires to the color, this is an apex predator in every sense of the word. Its one of those cars that was built for combat first and everything else came second. Were sure you dont mind.br / br / The shiny black body on this Chevelle definitely gets attention, so be ready for it. The paint get...
21-Sep-2018Lithia Springs, GA+18 milesCars for Sale
When youre shopping for a cool car, youll linger a while longer than you should on the temperamental, rip snorting muscle cars that can lift the tires off of the ground. And for some, the irritation of constant tune ups, buying race gas, and living with a monster is totally worth it. For most people, though, this clean 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu makes a lot more sense. Small block V8 power,...
19-Aug-2018Lithia Springs, GA+18 milesCars for Sale
If GM had unlimited time and money to spend building cars, perhaps every 1967 Chevelle would have looked as good as this bright red SS396 convertible. Its a real code 138 SS and thanks to a stunning restoration with a few smart updates, it makes grown men stop in their tracks.br / br / If youre going to build a car that looks this brilliant and attracts this much attention, it had better be abl...
9-Jun-2018Lithia Springs, GA+18 milesCars for Sale
This 1967 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle delivers big fun in a reasonably-priced package and just doesnt seem to be trying too hard to be something its not. Its the kind of car that a lot of guys would love to own and always figure that theyre just too expensive. Well, isnt it time to stop wishing and get into the game?br / br / The creamy white paint is low-key but it definitely enhances the image ...