This 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle 300 two-door sedan originally found its home at Murray-Bryant Chevrolet in Tucson, Arizona, and has remained with its current owner since 1980. The vehicle received a fresh coat of turquoise paint in 1996, followed by the installation of a 350ci V8 engine and a four-speed manual transmission in 1999. Its additional features include a Positraction limited-slip rear differential, a dual exhaust system, Hooker long-tube headers, power-assisted front disc brakes, power steering, 15″ Centerline wheels, and an aftermarket AM/FM radio. This Chevelle 300 is now available for purchase, accompanied by the manufacturer’s literature, a Protect-O-Plate, service records, an extra set of wheels, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

When it rolled off the assembly line, this Chevelle boasted a Nantucket Blue finish with an Ermine White roof, later revamped to its current turquoise hue in 1996. The bumpers received re-chroming, and the body mounts were replaced during this process. According to the seller, earlier bodywork in the 1980s addressed damage to the right front fender and corner of the hood, as well as the replacement of the panel between the tail lights following a rear-end collision. The vehicle is equipped with quad headlights, chrome bumpers, a driver-side mirror, electric windshield wipers, quarter vent windows, and bright trim. The windshield washer is noted to function intermittently. Detailed images in the gallery highlight paint chips, scratches, and swollen body filler seams between the quarter panels and rear deck.

The 15″ Centerline wheels are shod with 225/60 BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires at the front and 255/60 Cooper Cobra Radial G/T tires at the rear. A spare tire resides in the trunk. The car is outfitted with power steering, power-assisted front disc brakes, a beefier front sway bar, a rear sway bar, and polyurethane suspension bushings.

Inside, the seating surfaces are clad in turquoise vinyl. The interior features front bucket seats, a heater, a lighted glove box, and an aftermarket AM/FM radio. The clock is nonfunctional.

The three-spoke steering wheel fronts a horizontal 120-mph speedometer and a fuel gauge, with auxiliary gauges mounted beneath the dash. The five-digit odometer reads 36k miles, although the seller mentions an additional 190k miles accrued during their ownership, making the total mileage unknown.

The 350ci V8 engine, installed in 1999, boasts cast iron cylinder heads, stainless steel valves, a solid-lifter camshaft, Crane adjustable roller rocker arms, hypereutectic pistons, and a 9:1 compression ratio. The oil pump, bearings, piston rings, and gaskets and seals were all replaced in 2020.

Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission and a Positraction limited-slip rear differential. The transmission was installed in 1999, the 12-bolt rear end in 2007, and the driveshaft has been rebuilt. The seller notes seepage where the axle tube meets the differential housing.

Decoding the data plate reveals the following production information:

  • Build Date: 12C – Third week of December build date
  • Style: 67-13211 – 1967 Chevelle 300 2-door sedan
  • Body: KAN 743 – Kansas City, Missouri assembly; body unit number
  • Trim: 724 – Medium Blue vinyl
  • Paint: D-C – Nantucket Blue / Ermine White paint
  • WO: Tinted windshield, two-tone paint