How much is a 1966 Chevy Chevelle worth?
Vehicle Valuation Analysis
|SS 396 Series 138 V8 Sport Coupe||$55,000|
What is a Chevelle Malibu?
The Chevelle Malibu four-door station wagon was available as a nine-passenger or six-passenger model. When Chevrolet introduced the new Chevelle, it was a vehicle marketed to fit between the compact Chevy II Nova and the full-size models, so some dubbed the Chevelle a “senior compact.”
Is there a such thing as a Chevy Chevelle Malibu?
The Chevrolet Malibu is a mid-size car manufactured and marketed by Chevrolet from 1964 to 1983 and since 1997. The Malibu began as a trim-level of the Chevrolet Chevelle, becoming its own model line in 1978.
Was there a Chevelle Malibu?
First generation (Chevelle Malibu, 1964) The first Malibu was a top-line subseries of the mid-sized Chevrolet Chevelle from 1964 to 1972. Malibus were generally available in a full range of bodystyles including a four-door sedan, two-door Sport Coupe hardtop, convertible and two-seat station wagon.
What years did they make Chevelle Malibu?
The first Malibu was a top-line subseries of the mid-sized Chevrolet Chevelle from 1964 to 1972. Malibus were generally available in a full range of bodystyles including a four-door sedan, two-door Sport Coupe hardtop, convertible and two-seat station wagon.
How can you tell if a 1966 Chevelle is a real SS?
The sixth digit “6,” confirms the model year of the car as 1966, and the letter tells us the manufacturing plant. This example has a “Z,” which stands for Fremont, California. The final four digits are simply the sequence number of the car and these started at “100000.” This car was number 5612 in a line of 100000.
Is my Chevelle a real SS?
See all 44 photos A 1970 Chevelle cannot be proven to be a SS model by examining the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), nor by examining the Body by Fisher (cowl tag) plate, unless the car was assembled at the Oshawa Canada Plant, which was the only plant to list the RPO codes directly on the cowl tag.