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  1. Engine
    Hello All, I recently bought a 1967 Chevelle in pieces and am in the process of planning and putting back together. One of the pieces is a Gen IV 454 and I am trying to figure out which water pump\pulley & bracket\radiator\fan setup. I am under the impression that there are clearance issues...
  2. Bench Racing
    I've been having discussions with a gentleman about the L78 in 1967 Chevelles. He has pointed to at least two articles that say it was a dealer-installed option/accessory. I can't seem to convince him otherwise that this was a normal factory installed regular production option. Have I been wrong...
  3. Pro Touring
    Hey TC! i was just wondering if anyone has any more information on this chevelle above. all i could find was this (http://www.hotrod.com/featuredvehicles/hrdp_0501_1967_chevy_chevelle_malibu/viewall.html) article from back in the day. according to the article, the suspension is comprised of...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hello All I am New to the Chevelle world and New to this forum, however I did use this forum for tips and pointers when looking to purchase my car. I am the proud owner of a 1967 SS 396, it needs work but Im up for it.
  5. New Member Introductions
    I just bought a sweet 1967 Chevelle, and I am so very excited to cruise in PA this summer! Any advice on events to be sure to checkout?
  6. American Auto Wire
    Coming Monday, 12/20 from American Autowire: 1964-1967 Pontiac GTO Classic Update Series wiring kit Intelligent Fuses - sold separately and as bundles for our Highway, Power Plus, Builder, and Classic Update Series kits Visit our coming soon page for all the details.
  7. American Auto Wire
    The 1962-67 Chevy Nova kit (part# 510140) retails for $569 and is the most complete system of it’s type in the industry boasting 14 features including: new fully closed ATO fusebox, compatible with most aftermarket accessories, cluster harness disconnect system, dimmer, headlight and ignition...
  8. Wheels & Tires
    I haven't got the wheel tech down yet. I hope someone is able to help. I have a 1967 Chevelle that has a 1968 rear end in it. This means I loose 1.50 inches of space (the '68 rear end is wider that a factory '67). Does anyone know what is the widest wheel and backspacing needed for this...
  9. 1967 Malibu Wagon - "Sally" - from the side

    1967 Malibu Wagon - "Sally" - from the side

    Taken shortly after I got my wagon home.
  10. 1967 Malibu Wagon - "Sally"

    1967 Malibu Wagon - "Sally"

    This picture was taken shortly after I got my wagon home.
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