1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe Project

This is NOT a SS variant, but a two-door, 5-passenger, sport coupe. According to the body plate, this was a powerglide transmission car, so you will not find a clutch pedal for a manual shifter (although you can make it such). Car has power steering, but manual drum brakes all around. Missing some of the front grill. Glass is decent all around the car, but windshield is broken. It is not rotted out at the back windows, but it does show signs of rust and questionable body work on the quarters. For my taste, it needs new quarters and front fenders while you’re at it. Doors are good; they open and close nicely too. All window elevators function except for the rear seat on the driver’s side. It will need a trunk pan (or partial pan), plus some minor floor work.

The frame is dirty, dirty. Rear end is a 10-bolt variant and all there. One piece of the frame shows dent/hole damage. Structurally, however, the rest of it appears sound.

Dashboard is in good, good shape and it is removed but included. Also included is the heater core and heater core housings for inside and outside the main cab. Hood and trunk close nicely. 15” hard-to-find Weld wheels on the car are included and all tires hold air for an extended amount of time (weeks); tires have seen better days but good for moving around the shop. Car has a killer stance as it sits. Both front and rear bench seats are included and are definitely in good shape (needs upholstery of course). Turns and steers just fine. Brakes were working on it, but the front passenger cylinder sprung a leak. I believe the parking brake works, but I didn’t step on it too hard ever, since I didn’t want to break it.

This is a 1967 Chevelle, very hard to find.

This car is in pretty good shape, not the best shape to find these cars in, but the important thing is that you or a restoration shop will have no issues with it since parts are readily available. Also, all the essential parts like dash, window regulators, some trim, etc are all in the car, so you won’t have to spend time figuring out how to assemble it. Gas tank is there (needs a boil), but no radiator. It appears that the original steering wheel on the car. The car is not in a box of parts, it’s all put together for the disassembly process.


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Originally listed on October 17, 2021. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.

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Location: El Paso, Texas, United States