1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu
It's not just that this 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu has a terrific classic hardtop appearance. As you dig deeper, you'll see a highly detailed and correct presentation that you take full control of thanks to four-on-the-floor. So keep reading, because this coupe only gets better as you find out about more details. This coupe has the ideal mix of preservation and restoration (and has the receipts to back it up, too.) The factory-correct Cameo Beige looks terrific when it the sunshine hits it. That's what happens when someone makes a solid investment in updating the paint with a modern clearcoat. The reason these Chevelles have remained so popular is because they represent the best of the era. It's a clean design free from the clutter. So instead of '50s tailfins, these had a sleek profile that helped define the '60s as well as accented its sportiness with the pillarless hardtop profile. And the rear fenders have Coke bottle-inspired gentle curve that's accentuated by the full-length trim. Adding to this subtitle performance design is the full polish package on the iconic Rally wheels. The medium saddle interior is a great complementing color to the beige exterior, and this one remains factory-correct, right down to the Ramada cloth inserts in the seats. This is really a time machine on wheels, and so even the factory AM radio is still cranking out tunes. And an interior this nice means it's easy to share your classic coupe experience with family and friends. But the best experiences are just for you. After all, there's something magical about grabbing the classic grippy steering wheel and rowing through the gears on the classic cue ball shifter. The 327 cubic-inch V8 was a great option for these Chevelles in 1965, and this one nearly looks as fresh and clean as its first day on the road. In fact, the consignor states that this V8 is original to the car. The engine bay has that unmistakable Chevrolet orange block, cast exhaust manifolds, and it even retains the glass bottle for window washer fluid. But this 1960s original also has the kind of features that likes to go out and play. The four-speed manual floor shifter is not something seen on many Malibus anymore. It's a highly sought after option because it lets you keep the power flowing from the small-block V8 at your desecration, and it allows the dual exhaust to make its loudest roar on demand. And with features like power steering and the grip of BF Goodrich T/As, you can easily cruise this hardtop all day long. Complete with build receipts and restoration photos, there have been all the right investments to make sure this has the ideal look of originality. So if you love a time machine classic, don't let this coupe slip away. Call today!!!