Chevy Chevelle Trader

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1964 Chevy Chevelle
Miles:250 Miles
Sale Price:$75,000
Additional:trades considered

Seller:Chris Flatmoe
City, State:San Jose, CA - (Map It!)
Email Contact:Click Here To Email The Seller
Phone Number:(650) 888-7520

Exterior Color:Custo-mix Viper Red
Interior Color:Black with red stitching
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive Train:Intercooled, fuel injected twin-turbo
Engine:Intercooled, fuel injected twin-turbo
Top Speed:190 +

Vehicle Listing Description

1964 Chevrolet Chevelle

Drive Train:
Intercooled, fuel injected, twin turbo 355 small block fully forged and built by Tom Nelson Racing Engines
Edelbrock Victor JR Heads
8.5 to 1 compression
Holley Stealth Ram Intake
60 pound injectors
Accel Gen 6 DFI
Vintage Air Front Runner
Fabricated Stainless Turbo Headers
T4 Turbos
Be Cool polished aluminum radiator
MSD polished alternator (one wire)
Optima Red Top battery relocated to trunk and placed in polished aluminum box
750 H.P. at 10 PSI
Currently street tuned at 6.5 PSI and making a comfortable 600 HP

Tremec T56 6 Speed
Custom, balanced drive shaft
McCloud Hydraulic Clutch

Baer Track Kit
Air Ride Front / Rear Bags
Mean Street Ride Right Air Ride Computer System (fully, 4 wheel adjustable with pre-sets show stance, street driving and highway flying)
1.5" front sway bar
1-inch rear sway bar
Transmission tunnel recessed to allow for "lay frame" stance
Powder coated Frame / Suspension
Detroit Speed and Engineering Reverse Mini Tub
Billet Specialties Vintec Wheels – polished inside and out
Fronts 18 x 7
Rears 20 x 10
3.73 gears
Auburn Brute Strength Posi
Curry Axles
Tires Continental Sport Contact 225/30/18 Front and 315/30/20 rear

Spies Heckler - Viper Red 2 stage paint. Many, many hours spent massaging the body before paint and then rubbing the paint.
Smoothed firewall
All New PPG Glass
Front and rear bumpers pulled in 2 inches

Customer Black Leather seats with red stitching front and rear
Vintage A/C
Covans Gauge Cluster
Full array of Auto Meter Ultra Lite gauges
Power Windows
Billet Specialties handles
Stereo custom installed in glove box with remote and SS logo stitched next to head unit
Billet Specialties Vintec steering wheel
One piece felt head liner
Mercedes black carpet
Leather shift boot
Trunk completely covered in same black Mercedes carpeting with removable side unit to gain access Air Ride unit and battery box
All new Lokar pedal assembly

Those are some highlights. I realize pictures would help so here is a link to a picture hosting web site with some pictures of the car:

To really see these pictures well you need to click on the link and once at the site, click on any one of the pictures to start a slide show of 5 X 8 pictures. Once the slide show starts you can click on any 5 X 8 picture to see it in full screen. Have a good look. Please take a good look at the pictures to really appreciate the type of car this is. This car is absolutely amazing.

This car is an over-the-top show car that hauls ass but is comfortable cruising with the AC and stereo on. It has about 250 miles on it since completion as I usually haul it to shows (don’t hate, I was just concerned about chipping the paint). At shows, it does very well. Good Guys, Bow Tie-Bash, you name it. The car was selected to be showcased in the Optima Battery booth at the Good Guys show here in CA. just a few months back. The car was featured in the Oct. 2007 edition of Chevy High Performance (5 page spread) and it is a 4 page spread in the summer 08 edition of Chevelle Magazine.

The car was (very) recently appraised by a reputable appraisal company in CA. The company is called Classic Auto Appraiser and their web site is:

They appraised the car at $132,000 and there are pictures of the appraisal on this Internet picture hosting site as well.

So, bottom line: I would like to get $75,000 for the car. Alternatively, if you are interested we can discuss a trade for an 07 – 08 ZO6 or just shoot me your trade ideas. To be completely fair, I would like to disclose that the car does have 1 problem that will corrected before it leaves my garage. The stock hood hinges suck and are starting to bend resulting in poor hood alignment. If you look at the pictures of the car in the magazines or on the Internet hosting site you can see that the panel fit, including the hood, is excellent but now that the hinges are giving up the alignment is a bit off. I am addressing this by buying a set of Fesler’s billet hood hinges. That will not only address the problem but will look cool and last forever.

Give me a call on my cell at (650) 888-7520, shoot me a PM or email me at

Thanks and take care,

Vehicle Listing Features

Air Conditioning
AM/FM Stereo
CD Changer/Stacker
Power Steering
Power Windows
Premium Sound
Premium Wheels
Suspension Pkg

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