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1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

Year: 1966

Make: Chevrolet

Model: Chevelle SS

Mileage: 78,795

Exterior Color: L=Tropic Turquoise

Interior Color:  712=Fawn

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MCACN Concours Gold Certified 2018
MCACN Certificate and Crystal award
Factory "138” VIN Super Sport
Matching numbers drivetrain
L34 396/360 HP V-8 engine, pad stamped TO428EJ/6Z145636
3855961 Casting Block
M20 4-speed manual transmission, stamped P0429
12-bolt 3:31 geared rear end, stamped CW0415
Correct 585 CFM Holley Carburetor
OE-Style Chrome Air Cleaner and Valve Covers
1100693 Alternator Dated 6B27 = Feb. 27, 1966
Correct Harrison Radiator with Shroud
Tropic Turquoise, Code LL
Medium Fawn and Dark Fawn bucket seat interior, Code 712
OE Shifter
Power Steering
Manual Drum Brakes
Deluxe wood steering wheel
Knee Knocker tachometer and gauge package
Under-dash auxiliary gauges
Delco pushbutton radio
Bucket Seats with Console
Dual Outside Mirror
Quarter-Mounted Antenna
14" Redline Radial Tires
Exhaust Manifolds with OE Dual Exhaust
Spiral Shock Absorbers
2-Speed Wipers with Washers
T3 Headlamps
Sold new at Guaranty Chevrolet in San Diego, California
NCRS Shipping Data Report
Used in the filming of the upcoming Lebron James film "Shooting Stars"

The Walk-Around & Drive-By

The judges at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN) are some of the most knowledgeable in the car collecting hobby. So, when this 1966 Chevelle SS won one of their coveted Concours Gold awards, with its crystal trophy, that was truly an achievement. The Chevelle was painstakingly restored to its factory condition, from the correct Tropic Turquoise (code LL) paint to the Medium and Dark Fawn bucket seat interior (code 712). The 138 in the Chevelle’s VIN indicates it is a true factory Super Sport, while the 17 that follows those digits signifies the two-door sport coupe body style.

The 1966 model is a favorite among Chevelle collectors. The body was completely restyled with a sharp-edged look that better represented its performance capabilities. The top leading edge of the grille surround thrust forward below a pointed hood, making the car look like it would knife through the air. The Sport Coupe C-pillars featured sail panels that gave the rear roofline an almost fastback style, adding to the car’s aerodynamic look.

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