Answer Not very much as this car has been pieced together from various vehicles. Does it have original rust or is it rust on other parts that have been added on. The reason I ask is that the rust on the older parts will determine the exact age of the parts versus the other parts that were added on. All of this goes to determine a price. But in '69 they made both Chevelle and Malibus. Is it the black interior, brown, or green. Green is not very desirable so that will lower the price by quite a bit because it will have to be died and some new parts added to make it all different. There is a formula that you can use to determine the price of an older car like that. They did come out with about 6 interior colors, red, blue, green, brown, black, & white. With a respective score of 4,3,2,1,5 & 6. With 6 being the highest as white is the most desirable. Then you have to rate the interior as 1 thru 4 with 4 being the best and 1 being the worst. Then you have to take the weight of the car at approx 4300 lbs. Figure a $1 a lb. for a solid car and deduct $10 a lb. for rust. So if you have a rusted out rear quarter and it weighs 40 lbs. and has to be replaced then it will cost around $400 for the quarter. This does not count labor as you have to add another $10 /lb. for that. So to have someone else fix it would cost around $800. Take that figure that you come up with and Square Root it by the fiqure that you have determined by the interior color and this should give you a ballpark figure as to what to sell it for. There is no determination for exterior colors as these usually change anyhow. GOOD LUCK!!
The easiest way to determine if it is a super sport or not is the VIN. Luckily for you, super sports were separate models and had their own VIN codes from 1966-1969, so you can easily tell from the VIN. If this was a '64-'65 or a '70 or later, you wouldn't be able to tell from the VIN alone because the super sport was actually a Malibu option in those years.
the chevelle ss 396 was the correct name and chevelle Malibu was a separate model of the chevelle.
The Chevy Malibu brand was created as a high end subseries of the Chevrolet Chevelle beginning in 1964. The Malibu started out as the upscale Chevelle but soon became itâ€™s own model.
1959. It was based on the Chevy full size platform. Starting in 1964 the El Camino was based on the Chevelle platform.
According to the IMDB link below, it is a 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu.
1976 Chevy Chevelle/Malibu
The Chevelle/Malibu, Impala/Caprice
Chevy Malibu. Mostly.
The last Chevy Chevelle was made in 1977. Starting in 1978 the Chevelle nameplate was dropped and Chevy's midsize car was called the "Malibu" from then on. It's interesting because from the very beginning in 1964, the "Malibu" was actually a Chevelle model/trim package. Before 1978, ALL Malibu's were Chevelles, but not all Chevelles were Malibu's.
a 1972 chevelle
The Malibu began as a trim-level of the 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle, but became its own model line in 1978.
same frame as a 70 chevelle. El Caminos and Station Wagons had the same frames. 4" longer than a Chevelle.
Corvette, Camaro, Corvair, Impala, Chevy II, Nova, Chevelle, Malibu, Nomad, ElCamino,
Yes, all models and years of the Chevy Malibu and El Camino had AC as an option.
yes it should.
brand new rechromed are going for $175 to $250 each.
Front fenders are the same on, 1982-87 El-Camino. 1982-83 Malibu.
No. It's the same as 1979 Chevy Malibu.
make sureyou have quarter panels for a 71 el camino not fora 71 chevelle they look the same but are usally a little lighter in color
The first Chevelle SS was built in 1964 as an option on the Malibu trim package. The first big block Chevelle SS was the 1965 Z16 Malibu SS396. It is a VERY rare car, only 201 were ever produced. ALL 201 of them were equipped with 4 speed manual transmissions.
Vega, Impala, Corvette, Beretta, Chevelle, Caprice, Chevy 2, Nova, Monte Carlo, Malibu, Camero, Chevette, Monza
any muncie or saginaw 4 speed will work.
Go to the library and get a chiltons repair manual for your year, it will be the same column as the regular chevelle.
Depends on what year it is and which engine it has. If it has a pushrod engine in it, it has a timing chain instead of a belt. If it is an overhead cam engine, then it does. Keep in mind that the Malibu was originally a Chevelle model starting in 1964. The Malibu replaced the Chevelle in 1978, so there are a lot of possibilities here.
Can rims for a 96 caprice fit a 69 Chevy chevelle