Little old lady cars often aren’t what they seem, but it is clear that this ’70 Chevelle Malibu was very well cared for in its lifetime. Equipped with a V8 and a manual transmission, this Chevy looks to be a clean and fun classic survivor. With less than a day remaining bidding has reached $13,600 with the reserve not met! Find it here on ebay out of McMinnville, Oregon.
Very clean and original under the hood, this Chevy is equipped with a 307 V8 and a column shifted 3 speed manual transmission. When it comes to originality, this car is wonderful, as it has covered only 84,276 miles! There are no flaws whatsoever to mention under the hood. The wiper cowl area is a little dirty, and although very clean, if the engine bay was detailed, it would show like a fine art work.
A green interior may not be for everyone, but this green interior is in superb condition. The seats and door panels are fantastic, with only the carpet showing some discoloration from age. Very well taken care of all of its life, this Chevelle Malibu is an excellent surviving example. Even the dash and steering wheel are wonderful!
Wearing mostly original paint, there are some condition issues that were gained over the many years of faithful service. Thankfully rust is at a minimum with this car as there is little to report. The passenger rear wheel arch reflects some surface rust, and the seller reports there has been some repair work performed around the back window. There is no rot to report, and the body overall is rock solid. Reportedly having a few repainted areas, from troubled garage parking and poor eyesight, the overall appearance of this car is still stunning. Even though there are a few repainted areas, there is not much detail given, verbally or in photos. Looking over the images the paint looks to match nicely with an even metallic appearance. It is always fascinating to see how survivors made it out in the wild. Clearly this Chevelle Malibu was cherished and well taken care of. Would you cherish this Chevy survivor?