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1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Overview

If you had $2,484 in 1964, you could have bought yourself a nice 1964 Chevelle with a Malibu trim. $103 more, and you had yourself a convertible to go with your nice V-8. Today, you could have increased that investment tenfold.

The Chevelle differed from cars of its day in the simplicity of its design and size of its body. While many muscle cars had tail fins and extravagant design, the Chevelle kept is clean and simple.

The engine was a 194-ci I6, but most opted for a V8 rated at 195 horsepower. A four-barrel carburetor L77 was rated at 220 horsepower.

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What Size V8

I have a restored 1964 Chevelle Malibu SS I checked the VIN and know that it had a V8 when manufactured. It now has a 350 ci. Is there a way or place I can find out whether it had 357 ci or 283 ci?

How Important Is 'Original'

I have a 64 Chevelle Malibu SS, purchased originally by a family member. It has a 283 with a Powerglide transmission. Years ago I replaced the exhaust manifolds with headers (manifolds are now rus...

Chevelle Malibu

Hi , In the 1964 Chevelle model their seems to be one which has the glass all down when front & back windows are down. The other appears to have a central "guide" post that stays up.Is that one of t...

Looking For A Center Console For A 1964 Chevelle.

I have been looking for a center console for a 1964 Chevelle for a while now. I have a paint issue and the console and I will be finished restoring my car. If anyone could help with a number or compan...

How Much Is My 1964 Chevelle Malibu Worth