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Back in 1995 I was fresh from college and spending my summer cruising around from town to town checking out the regional street scene. At the time I had a pretty good 1966 Chevelle. From the surface area she looked pretty stock and plain Jane, and that is how I liked it.

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I aimed to keep the car as low key as possible. Unlike most individuals I didn’t want to put flashy Super Sport badges on my car or advertise that there was anything other than a small block hiding under my hood. My Chevelle which i bought in Hancock ME 04640 had no flashy rims or large meats standing out of the back wheel wells, just the stock looking rims and a set of Mickey Thompson cheater slicks that may simply give a hint to what this car depended on.
If you were to look within my 66 Chevelle you really would not believe much of it just a clean stock looking black interior with a Hurst 4 speed and 3 low key assesses installed under the dash. Under the hood of my vehicle is where this car really shined. Nothing elegant hiding under there simply a clean stock looking big block Chevy with painted valve covers and a stock looking air filter sporting a 325 horse power 396 cubic inch sticker label. If you simply happened to talk me into lifting the hood for you this is where I had you. Since tucked underneath that stock looking air filter with the 325 horsepower sticker was an extremely stout 427 cubic inch big block Chevy. You can find a Chevelle Like Mine In Hancock ME 04640.
It was this low key look that hooked them, and after that it was up to me to reel them in. I remember my friends and I travelled up and down many a primary street that summer. We would cruised my Chevelle up and down the regional strips mostly just idling her through, never ever truly revving her up or getting on it. Just a low key Chevelle trying not to accentuate ourselves so that we could set our trap.
Lots of a guy entered the trap that we set that summer season, always thinking that they were facing a primarily stock car. Boy were they incorrect. I did not win every race that summer, however by the time fall rolled around my little low key 66 Chevelle had rather a name for itself and gained the respect that it should have.

Throughout the 1960s and in the early 1970s, there was a good deal of range for each model year of the Chevelle for sale offered to consumers. This was the first time the American car market had actually seen a model that aimed to be all things to all individuals. There were convertibles, economy-oriented sedans, station wagons geared for the families, and obviously, the muscled coupes. The Chevelle for sale was also available in the form of exclusive nameplates throughout the years, such as Nomad, Wanderer Customized, Greenbrier, Concours Estate, and Concours.

 

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