1964 Chevrolet Chevy II 4091 Miles White 2 Door 350 CID V8 TH 350
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Other Pickups
- Year: 1964
- Mileage: 4,091
- VIN: GCCHOU422
- Color: White
- Engine size: 350 CID V8
- Transmission: TH 350
- Interior color: Blue
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1964 Chevrolet Other Pickups
1964 Chevy II is for sale in our Houston Showroom. This beauty is powered by a 350 Cu in V8 backed by a a stout three-speed TH350 automatic transmission with a PRC cooler and TCI slotted pan. The power then gets to the ground via a 10-bolt rear end running a 3.23 ratio. For the lover of the ultimate sleeper car, look no further. This 1964 Chevrolet Chevy II has purposely been built to look like budget survivor and drive like a thoroughbred muscle car.
The trick to building an effective street machine is to keep it low-key.
Ermine White is the perfect shade of everyday transport, and of course, also a color shared with the Corvette... and that's exactly how to view this coupe. It could be a wolf in sheep's clothing. The sheet metal is quite straight, and if you're looking to surprise, the two-door sedan is the body style you want, with its extra rigidity and lighter weight. No modifications to the body were permitted, not even a cowl-induction hood, and they even resisted the urge to add the extra chrome of the upper-level Novas. Instead, this is the classic that you sit back at the car shows and watch as the real enthusiasts take notice of how secretly special this one really is. Possibly the only real exterior indication they will pick up on are the 15-inch rally wheels borrowed from an early Camaro.
The interior offers a few more hints at this Chevy's upgraded side. The blue vinyl bench seat is original equipment, and works well with the low-profile mission. It is part of a new interior package that includes the door panels, headliner, package tray, visors, seat covers, kick panels, and arm rests. Of course anyone looking that closely at this pristine interior will notice the big B&M shifter. From there, bow-tie fans will recognize the three-spoke Grant sport steering wheel. But what will really get them talking is the new gauge package that fits so well in the original slots, and yet stands out as the perfect custom piece. It includes large AutoMeter readouts for the speedometer and tachometer, as well as pods for the oil, water, and battery neatly incorporated in the radio slot.
Once you pop the hood, this Chevy II can no longer pretend it's anything but a nice custom upgraded build. Sure the V8 was an option in '64, but the 350 cubic-inch small-block didn't come along until later SS coupes. The crate motor in this one has less than 3,500 miles on it, and when it was built in 2009, there were plenty of performance goodies added. New MSD distributor and plug wires, new plugs, Weiand X-Celerator intake, Edelbrock Thunder AVS
650 CFM carburetor, Comp Cams high energy camshaft, Proform 14-inch electric fan, aluminum radiator, and Hooker Pro Competition long tube ceramic headers. This exits through a custom dual exhaust with performance H-pipe.
A full custom suspension, including new disc brakes up front. Recently added new ABS kick pads with speakers, rear end lowered 2 inches, new rear package tray, front seat belts, tinted windows. This beauty is located at our Houston location showroom and can be seen at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call (832)243-6220 for additional information.