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Rick & Jan Lambert's '64

Car info: We tried to buy this car nearly 20 years before we finally brought it home. After being tucked away for many years it re-appeared. After agreeing to a purchase price and missing left front fender, hood hinges and a grill, I managed to drive it home. The top was ripped nearly off the frame and rust had taken over the quarters and front fenders. It had been hit in the passenger door and carried on to the rear bumper. Interior was there but very weathered and torn. In a TWO year marathon rebuild my wife and kids allowed me to take on its complete rebuild. With instructions from a friend in the business, I cut and replaced the panels with new metal. Removed body from frame and cleaned and replaced every nut and bolt. Engine was cleaned and dressed up. Chassis was rebuilt to new specs with disk brakes and body replaced. Paint was applied to all and my parents helped with replacing the upholstery. We did have the convertible top replaced professionally but everything else was done by the owner and family. We added power steering, tilt steering wheel, power brakes, padded dash, cruise control, 700R4 and new Boyd/Cragger wheels and all new rubber. This car was driven an average of 3500 miles a year until we built our 70 Chevelle a couple years ago. We now reserve our time with my second love, when the weather is better suited. Although this car has been finished for nearly 20 years she still looks good and enjoyed by all.
Year: 1964
Model: Chevelle Malibu
Type: SS Convertible
Engine: 327 C.I.D.
Transmission: Automatic-700R4
Rear End: 342 - 10 Bolt
Paint: Ermine White- Urethane
Top: Electric White Vinyl
Interior: Red Vinyl