Saturday, August 6, 2016

1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

But when we're driving in my Malibu, It?s easy to get right next to you. I say, "Baby, scoot over, please", And then she's right there next to me.  I need you here with me, Not way over in a bucket seat. I need you to be here with me, Not way over in a bucket seat.  Find this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu here on eBay bidding for $9,100 reserve-not-met with buy-it-now of $12,500 located in Pearl River, NY.

Sometimes you want a fancy car with all kinds of options and expensive badges...but sometimes you just want a plain Jane classic.  This Chevelle Malibu hits all the right highlights for an inexpensive classic that you can drive everyday....and that you wouldn't feel guilty about driving it in the rain or parking next to some door dinging 2-door.

Nothing fancy here, just a simple set of bench seats and a column auto shifter connected what I assume is a 2-speed powerglide automatic (it could also be a 3-speed).

See another tan/brown classic?


  1. The old trunk splatter spray trick, done it many of times. It's like a girl in a dark club @ 2am with some serious makeup.
    This is actually a pretty clean driver. I would probably fix some little things, resist messing with the body, and put a crate motor in it (toss the powerglide too)
    In todays BaT-shit crazy collector car world this is a pretty cool deal.

  2. Trunk 'splatter paint', to me, looks to be original in this one. Drivers door is a different colour though. Over all I like it!

  3. You have a nice shell here for a really nice project. But the price has to be right.

  4. One of the prettiest cars ever built. We're talking supermodel-grab-your-crotch pretty, as far as I'm concerned.

    As for the particulars of this example, dunno.


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