Specs

Engine b
Engine
502 V8
Transmission b
Transmission
4 Speed Manual
Mileage b
Mileage
545
Exterior b
Exterior
Blue Metallic
Interior b
Interior
Black
Stock b
Stock
512P

Description

HIGH END RESTO, REAL SS, 502 V8, 4 SPD, SHOW QUALITY!
You're looking at a real-deal 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 138 code, but this icon of American muscle has been enhanced with even more big block power. So, it's hard not to love an upgraded monster motor with four-on-the-floor that's all contained within a premium pillarless hardtop.
The way this car looks is no joke, and the...

HIGH END RESTO, REAL SS, 502 V8, 4 SPD, SHOW QUALITY!
You're looking at a real-deal 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 138 code, but this icon of American muscle has been enhanced with even more big block power. So, it's hard not to love an upgraded monster motor with four-on-the-floor that's all contained within a premium pillarless hardtop.
The way this car looks is no joke, and the investment in time and money is obvious everywhere you look. If you're a fan of the early Chevelle bodies, with its beautiful flying buttress C-pillars and subtle aggression, then this car should ring all the right bells. The shine of the blue metallic paint takes advantage of modern clearcoat. Underneath, the metalwork is quite good, featuring good gaps all around and leading to a deep luster that only comes from a lot of hard work. In fact, the mirror-like chrome bumpers rival the paint for shine. This was the first year for the SS396 as its own separate model, and this coupe wears its unique pieces with pride, including the blacked-out grille, ribbed lower trim panels, and even the 396 badging on the fender.
Open the door, and you're greeted to handsome package that completes the ultra-desirable full black presentation inside. The bucket seats with center console interior perfectly captures this Chevelle's comfortable and performance dual-purpose nature. The seats, door panels, dash pad, and headliner all have a deep, black appearance – so you know there was a quality investment here during restoration. But this is far from a sea of darkness. There's bright trim on places like the custom 3-spoke steering wheel, Dakota digital long horizontal speedometer, heat/defrost sliders and chrome trim on the door panels. This is a great total package for vintage car lovers, but if you also haven't yet picked up on the big power cues, the 4-speed shifter should really hint at the beast behind the grille.
You'll love lifting the hood at car shows because everyone enjoys seeing an engine bay stuffed with big block power. In fact, you can just tell this one was built to show off with its extremely fresh and tidy appearance that is bad to the bone. But once you read the GM performance on the heads, you'll know this is a far bigger beast than what the factory installed. This 502 cubic-inch has enough displacement to already be a street king, but then it's also been upgraded with go-fast goodies like a a 850cfm four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, GM Performance aluminum heads, and long tube headers that feed a dual exhaust. Best of all, you're in complete control of this monster motor and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And we can continue to mention how fresh the restoration is, but all you must do is see the undercarriage photos to fully understand the level of investment and attention to detail. And while you're looking at the fresh components, don't forget to see the upgrades like the thick front sway bar and front disc brakes.
This is the kind of pure intimidation muscle machine that you've always lusted after at the car shows and cruise-ins. Now is your fleeting opportunity to go from admiring to admired. So don't wait, call today!

Phone:
770-738-7111

Address:
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067

Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday - 9-5pm
Saturday - 9-3pm (Appointment Only After 3pm)
Sunday - Closed

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