1967 Chevelle Convertible one of the classic muscle cars of all time. This highly detailed art from Thom Sansoucie will bring the Chevelle to life on your garage or office wall. 1967 was a great year for the Chevelle. There were 369,133 Chevelle produced, approximately 85,700 had the straight 6 cylinder engines and another 283,400 had a V-8 engine. The 1967 Chevelle was fairly similar to the previous 1966 Chevelle with the most noticeable exterior change being the extended edge of the front fenders and the grill.The 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle came in several body styles including a two door sports coupe, a two door convertible, a four-door coupe, and a four-door station wagon. In addition to these body styles the 67 Chevelle also was available in three different trim styles: 300, Malibu, Super Sport. Along with the four different body styles, and three different trim styles the 67 Chevelle also had eight different engine combinations available. The smallest engine available was a 230 cubic inch 140 horsepower 6 cylinder which came standard in the 1967 Chevelle 300. The largest and most powerful engine that you could buy was the optional 396 cubic inch 375 horsepower V-8, which could only be purchased in the 1967 Chevelle Super Sport.
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