1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS: The Epitome of Classic American Muscle

Here we have a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport for sale. This car has had a stunning frame off rotisserie restoration done and features a gorgeous color combination and tons of upgrades. When you walk around it you will notice they did an exceptional job of fitting all the panels when they did the restoration.

All of your body lines flow beautiful and your gaps are even and symmetrical. When you look down the side the body is laser straight. It’s covered in the Tuxedo Black paint that was done in base coat clear coat. The paint has been buffed and polished to a stunning shine that looks a foot deep.

Every piece of Chrome and Stainless on this ’66 is like new with a brilliant shine. From the Bumpers to the emblems and window trim it’s all stunning and does an excellent job of accenting the Tuxedo Black. All the glass in this Chevelle is beautiful as well with the side and rear glass being tinted. To finish off the look it’s sitting on a set of US Mag Wheels with Red lines Tires.

Now we will take a look at the interior of this Super Sport. On the inside it blends the modern comforts with the iconic styling of a ’60’s muscle car beautifully. It’s has a custom Interior job that’s done in red which provides one of the most eye-catching color combinations that you will ever see.

This Chevelle has Custom Leather Bucket Seats and has the stock style console that houses Five Speed Shifter for the Tremec Trans. It also has custom door panels done that give you a classy feel that flows perfectly with the rest of the interior. Looking at the dash it ha been upgraded with Dakota Digital Gauges and it also has the Tilt Wheel.

This Super Sport has also been upgraded with Vintage Air AC and Heat which is controlled form the factory location and it comes with the upgraded digital knobbed radio. To finish off the interior it has had new carpet and a new headliner installed, it also has a custom surround done in the trunk to pull the entire interior kit together perfectly.

Finally, we will get to the heartbeat of this Chevrolet. Under the hood it has gorgeous detail with the inner fenders and firewall being painted in the Tuxedo Black paint that’s slick as a ribbon. It also has had the hinges upgraded to Billet. The power comes from a Jerry Windale built 66 Model 396 360 HP EN Coded engine that is everything you could hope for and more on the highway.

The performance of this Big Block is astounding and with it being mated to the Tremec Five Sped and the Moser 12 Bolt Posi Rear end with around a 3.42 Gear it’s perfect for hitting the highway and cruising. The 396 is also been set up with a polished aluminum front runner kit that along with have the Upgraded AC Compressor it also has Power Steering.

This Super Sport has also been upgraded with Four Wheel Wilwood Power Disc Brakes with all new lines. For exhaust it has Sanderson headers with 3” Dual Stainless Pipes that have the Electric Cut Outs and Pypes Race Pro Mufflers. To keep it cool it has the Be Cool Aluminum Radiator with an electric fan. When you look under this Chevelle is when you’re going to fall in love.

It’s had a meticulous Frame off Rotisserie restoration with a 1 Piece floor being installed and painted slick Tuxedo Black. The frame was cleaned and powder coated along with the crossmember. It’s had a new gas tank installed along with all new fuel lines. Under the front Every Bushing and Ball Joint was replaced. It also comes with front and rear sway bars and has boxed rear control arms.

If you’re in the market for a top of the line resto mod that blends modern cruising and classic muscle car than look no further than this gorgeous ’66.

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