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1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 Convertible

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    Mon, May 01, 2023
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  • LocationPin outlineKingston, Tennessee
Mileage7,697 Miles
Engine396 cu-in V8


The 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle was the second of a two-year span of the notable “coke-bottle styling” before the car grew in subsequent years. Receiving a slight facelift over the previous year, 1967 models featured less angular headlight surrounds and a larger bumper cutout beneath the grill. Available in three trims, the Chevelle provided plenty of different body styles, including a two or four-door wagon and multiple-engine options. Offered as either a sport coupe or convertible, the SS 396 was available for the thrill-seeking customer who desired one of Chevrolet’s renowned big-block powerplants. With nearly sixty thousand Chevelles produced as a sport coupe, just over three thousand were built as a convertible. What would become ‘America’s most popular mid-size car’, the Chevelle SS remains one of the most iconic muscle cars ever produced.


  • A highly collectible Chevelle SS Convertible

  • One of just 3,307 SS Convertibles produced in 1967

  • Powered by a period correct (1967 casting #3902406) 396 cu-in V8 with an upgraded camshaft producing over 350-horsepower

  • Finished in stunning factory correct Marina Blue (code FF) exterior paintwork with black convertible top and boot cover

  • Optional Muncie M21 four-speed manual transmission with Hurst cue ball shifter

  • Equipped with fifteen-inch CRAGAR S1 mag wheels with BF Goodrich Radial tires

  • A rare muscle car specimen displayed at many regional car shows, taking home many trophies


  • 12-bolt Posi-traction rear end with 3.31 gears

  • Edelbrock dual plane intake with oval ports

  • Holley 770 Street Avenger 4bbl carburetor

  • GM HEI ignition

  • Aluminum radiator with dual electric cooling fans

  • Chrome water pump

  • Billet pulleys

  • Power steering

  • Power brakes (front disc)

  • Front and rear stabilizer bars

  • Air shocks

  • Power convertible top with boot cover

  • Ceramic headers

  • Flowmaster dual-exhaust system

  • Strato-bucket seats with rare headrest option

  • “Blinker Tach” tachometer incorporates a left turn signal indicator

  • Center Console with a working clock

  • SS gauge package, including tach, water temp, and oil pressure

  • Tilt walnut steering wheel

  • Vintage air conditioning

  • AM/FM stereo with Cassette player


  • Spare tire (period correct Firestone SUP-R-BELT bias ply)

  • Vehicle jack

  • Chevelle branded floor mats (two sets)

  • Owner’s Manual

  • Miscellaneous parts

  • Marina Blue touch-up paint

Known Flaws

  • Horn has been disconnected due to interference from turn signals

  • Minor paint nicks on lower rear quarter panels (see attached pics)

  • Minor paint nick on the hood corner (see pic)

Ownership History

According to information located on the vehicle trim tag, this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle was originally built at the Baltimore assembly facility. Purchased by the current owner in 2016 from an Ohio dealer, this vehicle was subsequently shown at multiple regional car shows in east Tennessee, where the consignor reports exceptional results in each.


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