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Classics LS9 1967 Chevy Chevelle Is The Best Of All Worlds

17:02  07 july  2021
17:02  07 july  2021 Source:   motorious.com

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Are you ready to experience LS magic in an old-school hero?

Some cars will make you stop in your tracks every time you see one, and for us, the 1967 Chevy Chevelle is one of those cars. It’s often overshadowed by the more muscular body styles that would soon follow, but in the mid-late 1960s Chevelle exudes class, style, and the perfect amount of aggression. Ones like this example, available through OK Classic classic car auction, are a reminder of how impressive the models really are, and this one hides an LS surprise under the hood.

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1967 represented the second year of the iconic coke-bottle styling and was smaller than Chevelles that would come to follow. Some of these cars were overlooked in their day due to smaller engines, but this Chevelle solves that problem with a fuel-injected, modern cammed LS9 engine from the GM family.

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With style for miles, this show-stopper is the car for people who want the added power, while enjoying the classic charm of the 1967 Chevelle. It also sports a modern 4L60E transmission to handle the increase in power. This 'driver's car' is ready for a new owner, and will get snatched up quickly. You can check it out for sale through OK Classic classic car auction and Proxibid, and could very well start a bidding war with the increased popularity of cars from this era. You can see the car for sale here for more information and additional pictures.

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And it's moved by a monster powertrain! 1970 was a golden year for the first muscle car revolution of the American automobile manufacturing industry. GM in particular carved out a space in the hearts and minds of car enthusiasts around that time with releases such as Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, Camaro, Impala, Nova, and the Chevelle. That last entry hangs heavy within the automotive community as it has been used in nearly every single kind of build you could think of. From drag cars to restomods the Chevrolet Chevelle has been recognized as God’s gift to cars.

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