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1964
Chevrolet
Chevelle Malibu SS Pro Touring
Stock # 3793-TPA
Engine LS3 V8
Transmission 6 Speed Manual
Color Black
Interior Red
Mileage 482 (Since Built)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Tubular A-Arm w/ Coil Spring and Shock
Rear Suspension Type Coil Springs/Shocks/Trailing Arms
Axle Specification 12 Bolt
Front Wheel Specification 17"
Rear Wheel Specification 17"
Front Tire Specification 225/50ZR17
Rear Tire Specification 235/55ZR17
Options
Cruise Control Seatbelts Power Steering Fuel Injection Four Wheel Disc Brakes Vinyl Interior Tilt Wheel Heat Air Conditioning Defrost
Documentation
Build Receipts Maintenance Records Service Manuals
Advertised Price
REAL SS, FUEL INJECTED LS3 V8, TREMEC 6 SPEED, UPGRADED SUSPENSION, WILWOOD DISC

Some classic cars just lend themselves to customization, and the wicked, low-slung stance and sinister black-over-red color combination on this 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Pro Touring Restomod looks so right, it's a wonder why the factory didn't offer them this way in the first place. Furthermore, with a modern LS3 V8 engine, a quick-shifting Tremec 6-speed gearbox, performance suspension, and a gorgeous bucket seat A/C interior, this stunning A-Body is armed like no other muscle car in our inventory. Beautifully finished just 482 miles ago, this is the Restomod they warned you about...

If you like the look, you're sure to be impressed by the build quality of this Restomod/Pro Touring example. The foundation is a laser-straight hardtop body, and with all the work done to a high level, you can really see fine details like the subtle crease on the rear quarters that give the fenders a muscular look, and the wheel-to-wheel indentation above the rockers is straight enough to set your watch to. The original hood was retained, and even the bumpers, bright front grille, profile trim, and gorgeous tail-panel pieces were all retained and look amazing up against the slick-black finish. And ... Please ask for the full description.

Tampa Showroom
4610 Pet Lane, Suite 105
Lutz, FL, 33559
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Stock #:
3793-TPA
1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Pro Touring
$69,995
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1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Pro Touring

$69,995
SOLD
Stock
3793-TPA
Engine Size
LS3 V8
Transmission
6 Speed Manual
Miles
482 (Since Built)
Location
Tampa
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REAL SS, FUEL INJECTED LS3 V8, TREMEC 6 SPEED, UPGRADED SUSPENSION, WILWOOD DISC

Some classic cars just lend themselves to customization, and the wicked, low-slung stance and sinister black-over-red color combination on this 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Pro Touring Restomod looks so right, it's a wonder why the factory didn't offer them this way in the first place. Furthermore, with a modern LS3 V8 engine, a quick-shifting Tremec 6-speed gearbox, performance suspension, and a gorgeous bucket seat A/C interior, this stunning A-Body is armed like no other muscle car in our inventory. Beautifully finished just 482 miles ago, this is the Restomod they warned you about...

If you like the look, you're sure to be impressed by the build quality of this Restomod/Pro Touring example. The foundation is a laser-straight hardtop body, and with all the work done to a high level, you can really see fine details like the subtle crease on the rear quarters that give the fenders a muscular look, and the wheel-to-wheel indentation above the rockers is straight enough to set your watch to. The original hood was retained, and even the bumpers, bright front grille, profile trim, and gorgeous tail-panel pieces were all retained and look amazing up against the slick-black finish. And speaking of that finish, it's definitely the star of the show, with a miles-deep luster, slick uniformity, and shiny presentation that perfectly complements the straight bodywork underneath. It's obvious that it was applied by professionals, and that's a good thing because they left no sign of the original Desert Beige shade this car was born with. Although this isn't some trailer queen that was never meant to driven and enjoyed. There are some minor imperfections here-and-there, most of which are light surface scratches that are the result of lots of washing and rubbing on it for days on end (can't really blame the owner, we can barely keep our hands off it as well). Nevertheless, it's a top driver-quality muscle car, which is exactly the right level for a classic car that was purposely built to be driven. All the original brightwork and badging is still in place too, and although it's plenty flashy we commend the builders for their restraint – it would've been very easy to add an obnoxious cowl hood and a bunch of extra 'SS' insignia all over, but they brought back the stock stuff instead.

The interior keeps things a bit more reserved, although don't for a minute think it's not as dialed-in as the exterior. A handsome pair of low-back bucket seats wrapped in red vinyl upholstery lead the way, joined by a matching bench seat in the rear, and a set of handsome red door panels at the flanks. The reworked dash mimics the exterior paint scheme perfectly with plenty of black and off-setting shiny stuff, and the polished bezel ahead of the driver is now filled with a host of Dakota HDX gauges enlisted that can keep up with modern LS3 under the hood. A Vintage Air A/C unit was seamlessly added to the dash, along with electronic cruise control, while the sporty, leather-wrapped chrome steering wheel was mounted atop a Flaming River tilt column as one of the highlights of the cabin. And if you think that wheel feels great in your hands, wait until you get your mitts around the 11-ball topped, Hurst 6-speed manual shifter that splits the seats, practically taunting you to cycle through this Chevy's gears. Plush red carpets line the floors and there's a taut headliner above, and both work together to seal the cabin up tightly from the outside world. All A-Body's came equipped with large trunks, and this one is very still spacious despite the relocated gel-cell battery, and it's been neatly finished with spatter paint and a plaid mat on the floor.

To back up those killer good-looks there better be some serious hardware under the hood, and there's not much better than the LS3 V8 nestled in the engine bay. The modern, fuel-injected block drops right into this Chevelle's super-clean engine bay, but before that happened, everything was painted, polished, and prepped for show. Check out the slick inner fenders and firewall, and the careful way all the lines and plumbing have been routed around the engine. Turning back to the monster that lies within: its lopey idle can shake up the pavement and it's incredibly responsive with huge power and torque up-and-down the throttle. As if the aluminum block needed any more oomph, a cold-air intake system, serpentine belt set-up, and a set of Hooker headers at the flanks all work in unison to give this engine other-worldly power and torque. A Stant Racing aluminum radiator keeps everything cool, while those ceramic-coated long-tube headers are linked to an X-pipe dual exhaust system with Magnaflow mufflers that sounds EPIC. The quick-shifting, Tremec 6-speed manual transmission takes full advantage of this magnificent brute with the help of a hydraulic clutch that flies through the gears and handles all the power with ease, spinning an aluminum driveshaft that leads into a heavy-duty 12-bolt Moser rear end. Straight-line speed wasn't the only consideration, with Detroit Speed suspension components including tubular A-arms and a big sway bar up front, trailing arms in the rear, big sway bars fore and aft, and upgraded coil springs and Koni shocks all around working together to keep this Chevelle planted to the road. Modern power steering and Wilwood power 4-wheel disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors are welcomed additions as well, making this A-Body an absolute dream to drive. Flashy 17-inch Coy's Rally wheels come wrapped in 225/50/17 front and 235/55/17 rear performance radials that finish the look perfectly.

Beautifully built and fully sorted, this killer Restomod is ready to dominate for years to come. Call today!

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Features

  • Cruise Control
  • Seatbelts
  • Power Steering
  • Fuel Injection
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Defrost
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Documentation

  • Service Manuals
  • Maintenance Records
  • Build Receipts
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Red
Transmission Spec
Tremec T56
Rear End
12 Bolt
Front Suspension
Tubular A-Arm w/ Coil Spring and Shock
Rear Suspension
Coil Springs/Shocks/Trailing Arms
Front Brakes
Disc
Rear Brakes
Disc
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