Step Inside the Timeless Elegance of a Pristine 1965 Chevy Chevelle Malibu SS


If you’re a passionate old school Chevy fan you would know that there are not much L79 optioned 1965 Chevelle Malibu muscle cars in existence.

Despite the fact that it has Torque Thrust wheels, an aftermarket steering wheel, the wrong valve cover decals, etc., this Red example is not entirely restored to original condition.

She is still a very attractive 1965 Chevy Chevelle Malibu SS with a 350 horsepower 327 small block V8 that is driven by a 4-speed manual transmission.

View the video posted by Samspace81 to witness this vintage Chevy Malibu in action!

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