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Chevrolet Chevelle Questions

Kurt Keller
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Can't Find The Engine Number On The Right Front Pad. It Is Blank!

Is there another location other than the right front pad for the engine number? I have read that the last 6 numbers should match the last 6 of the VIN. I have a 1969 Chevelle 396/375 w/aluminum head...

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68chevelless
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My 68 Chevelle Has A Big Block With A 400 Turbo Transmison 2500 Torque Con...

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jerh46
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Will A Dart 9.800" Big M Sportsman Block Fit In A 1967 Chevelle With 335 Al...

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Wvdc
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How Much Is A 67 Chevelle Ss 396 Worth.

I'm trying to help a family member sell a 67 Chevelle SS 396. The interior needs replaced, the body is decent. Needs sanded, primed and painted. Frame is great, NO engine or transmission. Looking ...

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Vincenza Tomassetti
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Info Vin# 136370k161947

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Older Chevrolet Chevelle

1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Overview
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Chevrolet Chevelle Overview

The Chevelle was Chevrolet's mid-size car for over a decade. It came in many trims and with many engines. The most well-known of these is the SS 454, which was best known for the LS5 and LS6. This powerful engine achieved well over 400 horsepower and was available in limited numbers.

Many people forget that the Chevelle was available in trims that did not carry the "SS" in their names. Sedans and wagons were popular as well. They were large (as most cars of the era were) and seated adults comfortably.

The SS trims were impressive in how much power their engines achieved under the hood of a front-heavy car. Wheelbases remained large in true '70s style, which made turning an adventure.