Family Owned for over 45 Years - Fully Documented Factory SS396
The second generation Chevrolet Chevelle was introduced in 1966. Slightly bigger than previous, the cars also offered a wide range of engines right up to the big block 396. For 1967, the Chevelle would have an evolutionary change where styling was tweaked a little making the car more aggressive in appearance including a different front grille and wraparound tail lights.
Purchased new at Martin Chevrolet in Kahoka Missouri on December 10, 1966, this 396 Chevelle would remain with the original family for 45 years! Finished in its factory applied Ermine White paint, this car was a very well equipped example from day one. A run down of the options as listed on the cars original window sticker include rear seat speaker, M20 4 speed transmission, posi tract axle with 3.31 gears, wide paint stripe, manual rear antenna and a push button radio. Today, the car remains incredibly well preserved right down to the original blue interior with blue carpeting. A fully documented example with the original build sheet carefully removed, it has the previously mentioned original window sticker, Protect-O-Plate, owners manual and much more. The numbers matching 396/325hp has remained untouched since new, even retaining original componentry. Getting into the drivers seat of this car you are rewarded with the feel of a great original car which has never been apart. It has a tight feel to it with the strong running 396 makes this original 13817 SS396 Chevelle a joy to drive. To find a genuine 1967 SS396 Chevelle with documents is a rare opportunity, but to find one with such great owner history and in such original condition is truly remarkable, certainly not one to be missed!
Over the past several years, "Hagerty's Cars That Matter" has observed unrestored cars sell for prices that would have astonished in the recent past. Preservation Classes are being added to concours nationwide to showcase well preserved and mostly unrestored, un-refinished, and unaltered cars. The old car hobby is headed in the direction of the fine art, decorative arts, and antique furniture markets, where a premium is placed on originality.