621-Horsepower, 572-cu.in. Big-Block 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Just like pepperoni on pizza, big blocks and Chevelle go together and the 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 packs a bigger block than most: a ZZ572 crate engine from GM Performance with aluminum heads that is rated at 621 horsepower and 645 lb-ft of torque.
Vehicle is dressed in black with a re vinyl bench seat interior, the vintage A-body reportedly was restored before the owner purchased it approximately two years ago.
It’s said that most of the interior has been replaced during the restoration and on the completed build we have approximately 1.000 miles on it according to the seller.
The vehicle also has an air conditioner which the seller states will blow cold.
In the engine we have that 572-cubic-inch huge square V-8 that wears aluminum heads and an aluminum admission complex from Chevrolet Performance, alongside a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Doug’s headers, Flowmaster suppressors and then some. An electric fuel siphon that helps feed the motor, and is said to begin effectively after the siphon takes action framework.
According to the dealer report there are no breaks or sobbing from the motor, while the cooling framework incorporates an aluminum radiator and electric fan. It is mated to a 700R4 four-speed programmed transmission that is recorded as having a rating for up to 650 pull. The 12-bolt posi backside incorporates 3.73 pinion wheels. There are no detailed holes or sobbing from the transmission or hub.
The Chevelle’s chassis and suspension were refurbished during the restoration of the car, according to the seller, including new shocks, and upgrades include front disc brakes and a more contemporary power-steering system. The wheels are Ridler 18-inch alloys with radial tires that show most of their tread depth. And there are no reported issues or needs with the chassis, suspension or braking systems.
According to the merchant, the bodywork and Tuxedo Black completion on this Chevelle are simply “perfect,” there are no announced imperfections, twirl checks or rust.
The outside trim and glass additionally have all the earmarks of being in excellent condition, with no announced seal spills. The entirety of the outside lighting is said to work typically. There are no announced outside adjustments from the standard SS 396 appearance, aside from a bunch of reseller’s exchange Ridler haggles profile spiral tires.
The red vinyl bench-seat interior reportedly was restored with many new components, including the door panels, carpet, headliner, seat covers and additional trim. With only a thousand miles on the build, the overall condition and appearance of the interior looks to be in very good shape and it shows essentially no wear.
All of the gauges, including a pair of aftermarket instruments mounted below the dashboard, are reported to work normally. The heater and aftermarket air-conditioning system reportedly also work well. There’s also a vintage-looking radio in the dashboard that has contemporary functionality.
Additionally, the trunk has been detailed with factory-style spatter paint and a reproduction trunk mat.