1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu II Four door Wagon Factory Stick Shift
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Malibu
- Type: Station Wagon
- Year: 1964
- Mileage: 144,999
- VIN: R100765
- Color: Yellow
- Engine size: v8
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Brown
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1964 Chevrolet Malibu1964 ChevroletChevelleMalibu 4 Door 3 seat 8 Passenger Station Wagon. Desirable Mid size Compact Wagon with the Base V-8 and Factory 4 Speed.
The Chevelle was first introduced for model year 1964 as a mid-sized car to compete with the Ford Fairlane, and made its debut with a range of options and body styles.
It was an instant success with GM producing 328,400 its first year.
The 300 was the Chevelle base model and included a two-door station wagon and a 2-door sedan.
The Malibu was a step up from the 300 and offered more options. Interior upgrades with tailored fabrics and metallic thread accents were the main attraction for buyers. The Malibu could be had in sport coupe, convertible, 4-door sedan, 6-passenger and 3-seat wagon.
The Malibu SS served as the top-of-the-line Chevelle, but offered little in way of options. It could only be had in a V8, prohibiting it from being more of a muscle car competitor for this year. The SS came stock with special SS wheel covers and special trim. Later in the year saw the introduction of a 327ci/300hp V8 to better compete with the GTO and Torino.Car is Largely Original and Complete except Wheels. This was the main wheels of my Brother In Laws Father until a few years ago. Car isdrive able and runs. Is Rust free except for areas where paint has flaked off see pictures. Is Factory equipped with the factory 4 speed floor mount transmission. All trim etc is there. Interior is original But in worn and dirty condition from sitting unused for the last couple of years. front seat is shot. Floors are solid and car is ready for a new owner.
Im currently offering many cars Owned by Family and friends including 2 Greyhound Scenicruiser Buses, 1941 Huppmobile,1941 Graham Hollywood,1920 Essex touring car, 1924 Packard Victoria Straight 8,1941 Studebaker President Land Cruiser,4-1947 International K-1 Pickups,1952 Studebaker V-8 Starliner 2 dr hardtop, 1963 Studebaker daytona Sliding roof Wagon.
Additionally, Early California Antiques is overstocked in all Types of lighting including chandeliers, exterior sconces, entry lights, porch lights, in all California styles including Spanish, Gothic, Cowboy, Arts & Crafts, and Old Mexico. We do not have any more room to properly display these glorious treasures!
Eric Berg is acknowledged by his clients and designers in-the-know as the go-to guy for California Style, Old Mexico, Spanish Revival, Spanish Colonial, Rancho, Authentic Monterey (and Imperial, Coronado, Del-Ray), as well as for California pottery and tile, especially Catalina Island Pottery and Bauer Redware. Furniture and objects, ephemera, curiosa, Navajo rugs as well as amazing fine art, paintings, photographs and posters by the great pre-war California and Western and Mexican painters, illustrators, designers and craftspeople, all pass through his store (4500 square feet bursting with over 5,000 unique items).
With his background as a designer, costumer and stylist in the music and film industry, Eric’s passion as a collector for the last 20 years not only guided him to his vocation as a dealer but has also led him to partner with his colleagues at Roadside Attractions in the creation of the annual Golden California Show. Early California Antiques, located at the juncture of East Hollywood and Silver Lake in the burgeoning Hel-Mel shopping district, is where it’s all come together, a magnet and showcase for the most extraordinary treasures and one-of-a-kind finds from the Golden Age of California Style.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available seven days a week (10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Pacific Time Monday through Saturday; 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays) to answer any questions you may have about our listings or the history/background behind a specific piece.
Our in-house shipping department excels in packing fragile items with the utmost care, using state-of-the-art packing materials to eliminate the possibility of breakage. We ship items every week on Tuesdays and Fridays, and we can ship anywhere.
All sales are final and we don’t accept returns except in the most extreme circumstances. These are antiques, and it’s important that buyers understand that our items are old and most often do have some wear and tear, which only adds to their value. We encourage buyers to examine the photos we provide very carefully, as well as to call or email our staff any questions that may come up prior to purchase.
All items purchased must be paid for within 48 hours. Unless we hear from you otherwise and make other payment arrangements.We appreciate your promptness.
All sales to a California address will have 9% sales tax added, no exceptions.
Early California Antiques
6536 Homewood ave
Los Angeles, Ca 90028