1966 Chevelle Matching # TRUE SS - 1 Owner Rare Chance - tons of pics - NO RES
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Chevelle
- SubModel: super sport
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: Super Sport
- Year: 1966
- Mileage: 75,000
- VIN: 138
- Color: leman wood yellow
- Engine size: 396
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1966 Chevrolet Chevelle super sportScroll down for lots of pics
May consider trades, artial or full
Also for sale not included in this auction - 55 Chevy Custom "El Meano" see last Pic
To be clear, his is a 1 owner true matching number 396/360h Powergride Super Sport with Factory original carb and factory installed under the dash Air. It is the way it came from the factory, o mods!!
1966 Chevelle Super Sport survivor
ALL matching number
It's is a bucket seat console car.
Original lemon wood yellow.
All Glass is original and no cracks, n very nice shape
factory installed under dash Air
Very solid with a couple small hole in trunk trey on the right side which have been patched with tar squares and trunk detailed
138 Vin car
just under 75k original miles
tanks been cleaned
Original 4 barrel holly that came on it cleaned
New brake lines and brakes
New OEM battery tray
New master cylinder
New rear air shocks
Comes with all Documents and original bill of sale and manuals, his is a 1 owner in owners name.
All interior is original other then new headliner, ear deck tray, ack seat cover and dash pad.
Everything works, an even blows in air unit, ut needs to be charged.
Paint and Story;
Original owner passed away and his best friend bought it from his wife as they had agreed on years before. The original owner Mr. Bridges started sanding the driver fender to repaint the car. When his best friend bought it he sprayed it primer black to preserve the car. Anything that had been done prior to this body wise I am not aware of. When I got the car I began to wet sand the black off and after getting about a 1/4 of the car done, was done sanding lolololol. So then it was sprayed in a primer Lemon Wood Yellow and scotch brite padded as you see it now.
The Motor was also pulled and completely rebuilt and reinstalled just a week ago Sunday. No machining was done to the block!! New rods, ings, earings, am and Crank all installed, lock painted and put back in the car.
Floors are solid with Factory uncoat and Frame rails are as well. The Car drives very tight.
If you have serious interest in the SS you are welcome to call 615691011zero
Please, nderstand what this is and the rarity of it.... this is NOT a malibu SS or clone SS or even SS with non original motor or even a true SS matching number..... put not original one owner.... THIS IS a 1 owner, riginal true matching number Chevelle SS 396/360 Powerglide 2 door hard top.
Thanks for your interest and I hope it goes to the right home... I have taken it as far as I can afford and it is at a point where someone can nut/bolt restore for HUGE money value or someone can afford it as a car to drive and later restore fully if desire.
55 Chevy Custom, ll steel, 54, hort 9", ro street car On Dec-12-15 at 16:03:15 PST, eller added the following information:
Since I've had one eBay Member: foghornracing confused about the 1 owner.... I'll clarify this is a one owner and titled car. Obviously my discription tells the story so there shouldn't be any confusion. This car is titled to the original owner/purchaser of the chevelle in 66. Also, t's been said this could be a 325hp, ut I've also been told chevy shipped 325hp stamped blocks as 360.....On Dec-12-15 at 18:56:58 PST, eller added the following information:
55 Chevy Custom, ll steel, 54, hort 9", ro street carOn Dec-13-15 at 05:41:44 PST, eller added the following information:
I want to add clarification to a few things. I am sorry if I have stated anything incorrectly. I was going off information provided to me by the best friend who knew the car from the time it was originally purchased. First, used the term survivor meaning that it had not been completely restored. This was obviously not used to mean it was an untouched factory 100% original survivor. I believe my discription and photos explain that. Secondly I've gotten mixed opinions on the AC. I've had someone say it wasn't factory/dealer installed and I also have been told by someone else theirs came with the same AC....... Please look at all the pictures. I have tred to show detailed pictures of everything on the car. I have no interest in misleading anyone. Thanks for all feedback and support.