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1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396
Oldtimer Galerie International GmbH

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Body Color bronze


Color inside black


Steering left


Gearbox automatic


Cylinders 8


Displacement 6489cm3


HP 325

This Chevrolet Chevelle with its plain, almost inconspicuous appearance is a bit of a “wolf in sheep's clothing” and perfectly managers to hide it's 325hp, courtesy of a big block, 6.6 litre V8. The SS396 was bought new on 25th March 1966 by Mr and Mrs Joe M. Collett from Forest Park in Georgia. The original bill of sale, the owner’s manual and the original owner protection plan including its “protect-o-plate” exist to this day. According to a letter from January 2019, which the last owner received from Mr. Joe M. Collett, he and his wife enjoyed the car during 34 or 35 years before passing it on to somebody from Robinsville New Carolina. For the years after this sale the Chevelle's history is not known except for a repaint in the original “Aztec Bronze” in around 2000. In November 2017 the car was bought by the last keeper in the USA and imported into Switzerland. For the Swiss MOT the front suspension and the complete dashboard were overhauled. In subsequent years the Chevrolet received a new set of carpets and new tyres, the braking system was overhauled and a stainless-steel exhaust system as well as an electronic ignition system were installed. The coachwork and the original vinyl interior are in very good condition without any attention required. Engine, gearbox and rear axle correspond to the original specification (matching numbers) and are in very good shape as well, making this Chevelle ready to provide unforgettable moments to the new owner. The last veteran MOT was completed in May 2018.
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