Classic Car Facts
Ember Red exterior ... Black interior ... 454 CID V-8 ... Automatic transmission ... Power steering ... Performance upgrades ... Dual exhaust ...
If you’re looking for mid-60s style with the power of a big block, this 1964 Chevelle has it all!
Finished in its original color of Ember Red with a contrasting Black vinyl interior, this Chevelle is powered by a stock 454 CID V-8 that came from a 1970 Chevy. The engine is mated to a TH 350 three-speed automatic transmission with a shift kit and a 3:36 10-bolt rear end. This beauty runs and drives as well as it looks, its dual exhaust providing a satisfying rumble. You’ll also appreciate its power steering, Sunpro tachometer, and Summit auxiliary gauges. Engine compartment enhancements include the following new items:
Other mechanical updates include the following new items:
This Chevelle also includes newer slightly oversized BF Goodrich T/A tires that are mounted on 15” Cragar Quick Trick chrome rims. An extra set of rallye wheels will also be included with sale.
Although badged as a Super Sport, this Chevelle was originally a 327-equipped Malibu. In addition, while the AM/FM stereo works, the cassette player is not currently functioning and the heater has been bypassed. The driver quality paint holds a nice shine, but does exhibit imperfections, as does the exterior brightwork. The interior also shows some wear, but is generally presentable for a driver quality car. Total mileage is unknown.
If a good looking Chevelle with big block power is what you desire, this is the car for you.