This 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu has a terrific vintage style with just the right amount of speedy upgrades mixed in to make it extra fun. So you'll love it for everything from the cool coordinating color combo to the strong small block with four-on-the-floor. The factory-correct Artesian Turquoise is a great color for a premium 1960s machine. And there's added allure here with a nice gloss and depth from respray later in life. The Malibu had terrific lines for '66 with a well-creased front end that curved around to continue down the full length of the car. And the black vinyl roof draws attention to the pillarless hardtop profile. This coupe is proudly a premium Malibu, but there's also some Super Sport touches added into the mix. The sporty hood vent trim and ribbed rockers are borrowed from the SS line. Plus, we especially like the 18-inch competition-style American Racing Torq Thrust wheels that enhance the sporty feeling while still looking quite vintage. The two-tone turquoise of the interior looks terrific against the exterior. So we know you'll love rolling down the windows on this pillarless hardtop to show off the full package. And because people will be looking inside, there has been a solid investment in the seats, door panels, carpeting, and other fundamentals to give this an impressive overall presentation. An interior this nice means it's easy to share your classic coupe experience with family and friends. It's even got good features to keep people happy, like an AM/FM radio and factory air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) Plus, there are plenty of drivers who are happy to see the lap belt upgrade up front. And this one really was built for driving. That's why you have the classic Chevy sports steering wheel, correct-style tach under the dash, and a Hurst floor shifter. When you lift the hood, the tidy setup and slick inner fender walls funnel your attention to the bold orange motor at the middle. The callouts on this one say 327, because that's where the small block displacement was up to in '66. But this one is actually a larger 350 cubic in V8. And as you dig deeper, you'll discover more upgrades like the Holley four-barrel carburetor and ceramic coated headers. The Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission gives you control over the power package. And speaking of control, this has nice upgrades like a 12-bolt rear end and stronger rear suspension arms. Add in power steering, power brakes w/front discs, and modern tires, and you have a classic that's a blast to drive. This is the extra-sharp icon that's also a great driver. So don't miss this deal. Call now!