Websites that offer Chevelles for sale include Hemmings.com, CarGurus.com and AutoTraderClassics.com, as of 2015. The websites feature Chevrolet Chevelles in a variety of colors, conditions and prices. Private owners, dealers and auction companies offer vehicles located throughout the United States. At Hemmings.com, customers can search for cars by price range, model year and vehicle condition. CarGurus.com offers search parameters including transmission type, price and color. AutoTraderClassics.com customers can search by model year, distance from a ZIP code, city or state.
Hemmings.com offers buyers resources such as financing, transport and insurance quotes, and inspection information. AutoTraderClassics.com provides customers with buying tools and services. At CarGurus.com, customers can filter search results by keywords and number of days on the market.
Chevrolet produced the Chevelle in model years 1964 through 1977. The car styles range from four-door wagons to the iconic two-door sports coupes, with a wide range of option packages. Like Pontiac's Tempest and Buick's Skylark, Chevrolet used the A-body platform to construct the Chevelle, and gave it a 115-inch wheelbase, like the 1955 to 1957 Chevrolets. In 1964, manufacturer's starting prices ranged from about $2,230 for the Chevelle 300 Series 53 to about $2,650 for the Chevelle Malibu SS Series 58.
The 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS was in the muscle car category, and the automaker equipped it with a 283-cubic inch V8 engine and four-speed manual transmission. Options included power brakes, power steering, a Sun tachometer, factory air conditioning by Frigidaire and an AM/FM stereo radio with auxiliary jack.