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1964 Chevrolet Malibu RestoMod Fuel Injected Frame Off AC pwr st&brk

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Car location: Bettendorf, Iowa, United States
Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Manufacturer: Chevrolet
Model: Malibu
Year: 1964
Type: RESTOMOD
Color: Black
Mileage: 981
Engine: 8 cyl
Transmission: 4 Speed Auto
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Trim: RestoMod Fuel Injected Frame Off AC pwr st&brk
Interior Color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clean
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1964 Chevrolet Malibu RestoMod Fuel Injected Frame Off AC pwr st&brk for sale

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  • 1964 Chevrolet Malibu RestoMod Fuel Injected Frame Off AC pwr st&brk
  • 1964 Chevrolet Malibu RestoMod Fuel Injected Frame Off AC pwr st&brk
  • 1964 Chevrolet Malibu RestoMod Fuel Injected Frame Off AC pwr st&brk
  • 1964 Chevrolet Malibu RestoMod Fuel Injected Frame Off AC pwr st&brk
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1964 MALIBU RestoMod Fuel Injected Frame Off AC pwr st&brk RESTOMOD 4 Speed Auto

Stock #:

75764066

Exterior Color:

Black

Interior Color:

Black

Body Type:

RESTOMOD

Transmission:

4 Speed Auto

Drivetrain:

Master Piece

Engine:

8 cyl

Mileage:

981

1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Convertible -- NUT AND BOLT RESTORATION -- 6.2 liter LS2 V8 power, overdrive transmission, Cold A/C, power everything, and upgraded suspension and brakes make this a Chevelle that looks nasty and backs it up with thrilling performance. Cost-is-no-object were the words used when the previous owner began this build. State-of-the-art tech combined with one of the best-looking convertibles of the '60s makes this beast do everything perfectly. Per the previous owner's description, the Malibu was already a gorgeous classic when the last build started, but two years later, it was completely transformed into the brutal pro-touring cruiser you see here. 6.2 liter LS2 V8 power, overdrive transmission, Cold A/C, power everything, and upgraded suspension and brakes make this a Chevelle that looks nasty drives insanely smooth, tight, comfortable and backs up its looks with thrilling performance. The shape its designers conceived has aged incredibly well and the super clean flanks and simple shape of the Malibu makes it stand out in a sea of over-chromed '60s cruisers, few look better than this black ragtop. Stripped down to the essentials, it looks like it has been honed to a razor's edge. The high-gloss black paint is miles deep, applied exceptionally to perfectly smooth body panels, presents as flawlessly as it looks in the pictures. I assure you that it is every bit as nice as it appears in the photos. Check the gaps, the reflections, and the straight lines that are visible across every surface of the car. A cowl induction hood is the lone deviation from a stock body—they left all the trim, the chrome bumpers, and even the Malibu SS emblems on the quarters, so there's no question about its identity. But between the stance and those screened air inlets that took the place of the high-beam headlights (high-beams still work on the remaining bulb), there's no question this car is deadly serious. This car nails it in every possible way! Inside there's an all-new Alcantara and leather interior designed to match the black bodywork and installed to the tune of about $8000 (and bear in mind, the interior was already restored when they started!). Factory buckets were re-covered, new carpets were installed on the floors, and custom door panels were fabricated to match the seats but still emulate the originals. Factory door handles and armrests, plus original-looking stainless trim, keeps the connection to 1964 alive, but it was filled with modern tech: a carbon-fiber dash with Auto Meter gauges (including a functional air/fuel ratio meter), ice-cold A/C, power windows, a tilt steering column, and a custom center console that uses the original shifter to manage the 4L60E 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. Everything is in like-new condition with under 1000 miles since it was completed. Equipped with a factory-style ALDL connector under the dash for doing diagnostic work on this LS engine (which uses factory fuel injection) if ever needed. This car was built to take no prisoners, but it was also intended to work in the real world. Overhead there's a new black convertible top that fits beautifully (we might have been the first ones to actually put it down) accompanying the car is a fitted boot. The trunk was custom-trimmed to match the interior with rigid bulkheads to hide the battery and computer wiring. Power comes from a 6.2 liter LS2 V8 installed by Phelps Motorsports in Addison, Michigan. With L92 heads, it makes right around 500 horsepower, yet remains totally docile and user-friendly, which is all thanks to the wonders of factory engine management. Custom fabricated Wilson Manifolds, aluminum intake with a billet throttle body, polished stainless air intake that uses the driver's side high-beam hole for cool air, as well as a set of high-flow fuel rails and injectors. Most of the hardware was polished, and to conceal the factory coil packs, there are those gorgeous finned faux vale covers from Billet Specialties. A block-hugging serpentine belt drive system makes the LS a neat fit in the vintage Malibu's engine bay, even with a gigantic electric cooling fan and a thick aluminum radiator upfront. It's worth noting that the power brakes use a Hydro-Boost system to make stopping effortless. The firewall was smoothed and everything that isn't polished aluminum was painted gloss black to make it an ideal showcase of the potent V8. Doing a frame-off re-restoration of a restored car is one heck of an undertaking, but you'll note that nothing was overlooked. The entire chassis was finished in gloss black and you can see that rust is a non-issue. The transmission is a 4L60E 4-speed automatic with overdrive, and it feeds the original 10-bolt rear end with what feels like 3.73 gears inside. Thanks to that deep overdrive gear, this thing just loafs along at highway speeds, but it offers lightning-quick reflexes on the street, so you can forget about the automatic transmissions being a liability. Those gorgeous long-tube headers feed a custom stainless exhaust with X-pipe and Stainless Works mufflers, giving it a wicked cackle that doesn't drone at highway speeds. There's also a giant disc brake at each corner, borrowed from a C5 Corvette along with the aluminum spindles that hold them in place, so handling is sharp. Braided stainless brake lines, a chrome rear end cover, and a fresh stainless steel gas tank round out the list of freshly installed hardware. You'll also note a cut-off switch and charging lugs below the rear bumper so you don't have to disassemble the trunk to get at the vitals. Handsome 18-inch Budnik billet aluminum wheels fill the fenders and carry staggered 235/40/18 front and 55/45/18 rear performance radials. This SS is documented with receipts for much of the work, plus an original owner's manual, and it comes with a few spare parts for the interior. Beautifully built, completely sorted, and stunning to look at, this is a car that was built up to a standard, not down to a price. It works like it should, drives like a far younger machine, and given the growing popularity of the early Chevelle's, it will always be a celebrity, no matter where it goes. Offered for far less than the cost to duplicate, this is a car that would be at home in the finest collection. (Validate entire description for accuracy before bidding/purchasing)

Vehicle Description

1964 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Convertible -- NUT AND BOLT RESTORATION -- 6.2 liter LS2 V8 power, overdrive transmission, Cold A/C, power everything, and upgraded suspension and brakes make this a Chevelle that looks nasty and backs it up with thrilling performance. Cost-is-no-object were the words used when the previous owner began this build. State-of-the-art tech combined with one of the best-looking convertibles of the '60s makes this beast do everything perfectly. Per the previous owner's description, the Malibu was already a gorgeous classic when the last build started, but two years later, it was completely transformed into the brutal pro-touring cruiser you see here. 6.2 liter LS2 V8 power, overdrive transmission, Cold A/C, power everything, and upgraded suspension and brakes make this a Chevelle that looks nasty drives insanely smooth, tight, comfortable and backs up its looks with thrilling performance. The shape its designers conceived has aged incredibly well and the super clean flanks and simple shape of the Malibu makes it stand out in a sea of over-chromed '60s cruisers, few look better than this black ragtop. Stripped down to the essentials, it looks like it has been honed to a razor's edge. The high-gloss black paint is miles deep, applied exceptionally to perfectly smooth body panels, presents as flawlessly as it looks in the pictures. I assure you that it is every bit as nice as it appears in the photos. Check the gaps, the reflections, and the straight lines that are visible across every surface of the car. A cowl induction hood is the lone deviation from a stock body—they left all the trim, the chrome bumpers, and even the Malibu SS emblems on the quarters, so there's no question about its identity. But between the stance and those screened air inlets that took the place of the high-beam headlights (high-beams still work on the remaining bulb), there's no question this car is deadly serious. This car nails it in every possible way! Inside there's an all-new Alcantara and leather interior designed to match the black bodywork and installed to the tune of about $8000 (and bear in mind, the interior was already restored when they started!). Factory buckets were re-covered, new carpets were installed on the floors, and custom door panels were fabricated to match the seats but still emulate the originals. Factory door handles and armrests, plus original-looking stainless trim, keeps the connection to 1964 alive, but it was filled with modern tech: a carbon-fiber dash with Auto Meter gauges (including a functional air/fuel ratio meter), ice-cold A/C, power windows, a tilt steering column, and a custom center console that uses the original shifter to manage the 4L60E 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. Everything is in like-new condition with under 1000 miles since it was completed. Equipped with a factory-style ALDL connector under the dash for doing diagnostic work on this LS engine (which uses factory fuel injection) if ever needed. This car was built to take no prisoners, but it was also intended to work in the real world. Overhead there's a new black convertible top that fits beautifully (we might have been the first ones to actually put it down) accompanying the car is a fitted boot. The trunk was custom-trimmed to match the interior with rigid bulkheads to hide the battery and computer wiring. Power comes from a 6.2 liter LS2 V8 installed by Phelps Motorsports in Addison, Michigan. With L92 heads, it makes right around 500 horsepower, yet remains totally docile and user-friendly, which is all thanks to the wonders of factory engine management. Custom fabricated Wilson Manifolds, aluminum intake with a billet throttle body, polished stainless air intake that uses the driver's side high-beam hole for cool air, as well as a set of high-flow fuel rails and injectors. Most of the hardware was polished, and to conceal the factory coil packs, there are those gorgeous finned faux vale covers from Billet Specialties. A block-hugging serpentine belt drive system makes the LS a neat fit in the vintage Malibu's engine bay, even with a gigantic electric cooling fan and a thick aluminum radiator upfront. It's worth noting that the power brakes use a Hydro-Boost system to make stopping effortless. The firewall was smoothed and everything that isn't polished aluminum was painted gloss black to make it an ideal showcase of the potent V8. Doing a frame-off re-restoration of a restored car is one heck of an undertaking, but you'll note that nothing was overlooked. The entire chassis was finished in gloss black and you can see that rust is a non-issue. The transmission is a 4L60E 4-speed automatic with overdrive, and it feeds the original 10-bolt rear end with what feels like 3.73 gears inside. Thanks to that deep overdrive gear, this thing just loafs along at highway speeds, but it offers lightning-quick reflexes on the street, so you can forget about the automatic transmissions being a liability. Those gorgeous long-tube headers feed a custom stainless exhaust with X-pipe and Stainless Works mufflers, giving it a wicked cackle that doesn't drone at highway speeds. There's also a giant disc brake at each corner, borrowed from a C5 Corvette along with the aluminum spindles that hold them in place, so handling is sharp. Braided stainless brake lines, a chrome rear end cover, and a fresh stainless steel gas tank round out the list of freshly installed hardware. You'll also note a cut-off switch and charging lugs below the rear bumper so you don't have to disassemble the trunk to get at the vitals. Handsome 18-inch Budnik billet aluminum wheels fill the fenders and carry staggered 235/40/18 front and 55/45/18 rear performance radials. This SS is documented with receipts for much of the work, plus an original owner's manual, and it comes with a few spare parts for the interior. Beautifully built, completely sorted, and stunning to look at, this is a car that was built up to a standard, not down to a price. It works like it should, drives like a far younger machine, and given the growing popularity of the early Chevelle's, it will always be a celebrity, no matter where it goes. Offered for far less than the cost to duplicate, this is a car that would be at home in the finest collection. (Validate entire description for accuracy before bidding/purchasing)

About Veits Vettes & Collector Cars

Our cars are specialty cars ...collector cars...award winning original automobiles...show stopping restored autos... and newer highline Specialty cars! We scour the country for those rare gems.

That beautiful Corvette, or Chevy-Ford-Mopar Muscle Car, maybe a Thunderbird that makes you just burst with pride. How about those amazing Retractables or the fun Rampside, or the stylish Mark II Lincoln, or sporty Turbo Trans Am or prestigious Mercedes?

We have collectors all over the world that offer to sell us these cars. In fact that's how we get most of our cars, from collectors. We avoid auctions whenever possible because we know that's where sellers take their misrepresented headaches, problems cars they cant sell locally. But when you sell cars of the quality we do, at a price we hope is competitive, as we try to always do, the buying and inventorying becomes particularly hard. We peruse car clubs, newspapers and word of mouth everywhere we go. It's not at all unusual to drive hours out of our way, to look at 1 car. Sometimes, that drive is really worth it. Small towns can have rare gems. You have to look at a lot of cars, in order to buy only a few. That's a lot of crawling in and under to find the right stuff. But that's ok. We're fussy – because our customers expect it of us. They rely on that.

Many of our clients are repeat buyers. They already are lucky enough to have 1 or more "toys" purchased from us. Sometimes they want to add to their collection, sometimes they just want a different one to play with, or they want to trade. Whatever, their reason, we've got the answer. We've got the investment car. You can drive ours right off the floor and enjoy a day in the sun or take them to a car show, with pride. Lots of our cars have won trophies, regionally and nationally for their new owners.

Of course, we get walk-in sellers too. Someone has a car they have grown tired of, or perhaps they inherited a car they really don't want. Perhaps they just need the money. If that's a specialty car - if it's been lovingly cared for, and is either a collector car, a muscle car, exotic, a hot rod, a classic, a foreign, or an antique automobile - be it a sedan convertible, t-top, targa top, hard top, coupe, convertible or roadster...we're interested.

Our customers come from all walks of life and all parts of the world. Most of the time a new client can't physically come to inspect a particular car. That's ok, we'll walk around it and describe it to them, over the telephone and or Facetime. We have a reputation for giving only honest information, when describing our beauties without leaving anything out.

We do have some customers that leave disappointed....Sometimes a customer wants a 'fixer-upper". Sorry, we simply don't carry those. We don't have those "Winter Projects". The closest we can come to that, is a show worthy, drivable, almost perfect car that someone wants to make into a totally flawless show stopper. It will never be allowed to get dusty - not even the engine. Those buyers will feel like they're in a candy store.

It is our top priority as collectors ourselves, to describe all of our vehicles accurately, to the best of our ability. Even though we scrutinize each car before we buy it, we resell cars, we do not restore or warranty them. Therefore we cannot guarantee any of the claims made by previous owners, their agents, or consigners. We recommend that any individual, contemplating purchasing any used car or collector car- from us or anyone else - to either inspect it themselves, or send a trustworthy individual, to verify that it's description is accurate. If you have trouble locating such an individual, we will be happy to recommend an impartial, unaffiliated individual or firm to assist you .

Okay, you've dreamt about the car you saw here. You can afford it. You can't stand it - you just gotta have it. But now what? You don't want to drive it all the way home. We'll either ship it to you ourselves, or arrange for shipment via a major enclosed car shipper. These shippers do nothing else but ship cars - of all price ranges. They're good, dependable, careful and fully insured. Drivers tell us constantly how cars being delivered, from other sellers, often bring tears of regret to the new owners. But when they ship OUR cars, the proud new owners are never disappointed!!!! We get phone calls all the time, from our clients telling us their joy at the car being just what we said it was.

Our cars are specialty cars ...collector cars...award winning original automobiles...show stopping restored autos... and newer highline Specialty cars! We scour the country for those rare gems.

That beautiful Corvette, or Chevy-Ford-Mopar Muscle Car, maybe a Thunderbird that makes you just burst with pride. How about those amazing Retractables or the fun Rampside, or the stylish Mark II Lincoln, or sporty Turbo Trans Am or prestigious Mercedes?

We have collectors all over the world that offer to sell us these cars. In fact that's how we get most of our cars, from collectors. We avoid auctions whenever possible because we know that's where sellers take their misrepresented headaches, problems cars they cant sell locally. But when you sell cars of the quality we do, at a price we hope is competitive, as we try to always do, the buying and inventorying becomes particularly hard. We peruse car clubs, newspapers and word of mouth everywhere we go. It's not at all unusual to drive hours out of our way, to look at 1 car. Sometimes, that drive is really worth it. Small towns can have rare gems. You have to look at a lot of cars, in order to buy only a few. That's a lot of crawling in and under to find the right stuff. But that's ok. We're fussy – because our customers expect it of us. They rely on that.

Many of our clients are repeat buyers. They already are lucky enough to have 1 or more "toys" purchased from us. Sometimes they want to add to their collection, sometimes they just want a different one to play with, or they want to trade. Whatever, their reason, we've got the answer. We've got the investment car. You can drive ours right off the floor and enjoy a day in the sun or take them to a car show, with pride. Lots of our cars have won trophies, regionally and nationally for their new owners.

Of course, we get walk-in sellers too. Someone has a car they have grown tired of, or perhaps they inherited a car they really don't want. Perhaps they just need the money. If that's a specialty car - if it's been lovingly cared for, and is either a collector car, a muscle car, exotic, a hot rod, a classic, a foreign, or an antique automobile - be it a sedan convertible, t-top, targa top, hard top, coupe, convertible or roadster...we're interested.

Our customers come from all walks of life and all parts of the world. Most of the time a new client can't physically come to inspect a particular car. That's ok, we'll walk around it and describe it to them, over the telephone and or Facetime. We have a reputation for giving only honest information, when describing our beauties without leaving anything out.

We do have some customers that leave disappointed....Sometimes a customer wants a 'fixer-upper". Sorry, we simply don't carry those. We don't have those "Winter Projects". The closest we can come to that, is a show worthy, drivable, almost perfect car that someone wants to make into a totally flawless show stopper. It will never be allowed to get dusty - not even the engine. Those buyers will feel like they're in a candy store.

It is our top priority as collectors ourselves, to describe all of our vehicles accurately, to the best of our ability. Even though we scrutinize each car before we buy it, we resell cars, we do not restore or warranty them. Therefore we cannot guarantee any of the claims made by previous owners, their agents, or consigners. We recommend that any individual, contemplating purchasing any used car or collector car- from us or anyone else - to either inspect it themselves, or send a trustworthy individual, to verify that it's description is accurate. If you have trouble locating such an individual, we will be happy to recommend an impartial, unaffiliated individual or firm to assist you .

Okay, you've dreamt about the car you saw here. You can afford it. You can't stand it - you just gotta have it. But now what? You don't want to drive it all the way home. We'll either ship it to you ourselves, or arrange for shipment via a major enclosed car shipper. These shippers do nothing else but ship cars - of all price ranges. They're good, dependable, careful and fully insured. Drivers tell us constantly how cars being delivered, from other sellers, often bring tears of regret to the new owners. But when they ship OUR cars, the proud new owners are never disappointed!!!! We get phone calls all the time, from our clients telling us their joy at the car being just what we said it was.

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We accept the following payment methods:
- Cashier's Check/money order
- Loan check from eBay Financing Center
- Cash (in person)
- Personal check (once cleared)

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All shipping charges are buyer's responsibility.

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The following terms of sale apply to all of our online auctions:

Payment Methods
Cash (in person), certified check, money order, or 3rd-party financing. All funds must be in US dollars only. Please be sure to have full payment and or approved financing in place before making your final bid. Call us for more information.

Deposit
The successful high bidder will submit at least a $2000.00deposit within 2 business days of winning the auction to secure the vehicle. Failure to deliver deposit in the prescribed time, will deem this auction non binding, and we will no longer be contractually obligated to sell the vehicle to the winning bidder and the bidder will forfit his/her deposit. All deposits non refundable.

Payment of Balance Due
Buyer agrees to pay remaining balance due in full (plus applicable fees and taxes) and take ownership of the vehicle within 7-10 business days of the close of the auction. All financial transactions must be completed before delivery of the vehicle. (We dont require removal of the vehicle in this same time frame. We understand shipping or picking up of the vehicle may take a little longer).

Additional Fees and Taxes
Buyers are responsible for all state, county, city taxes & fees as well as title/registration fees in home state.

Financing If bidder is financing, please ensure that financing is arranged BEFORE bidding. We are always willing to help our customers obtain Financing & Warranty information. Please do not hesitate to contact us PRIOR TO BIDDING, if you would like to be pre-approved for a loan on this or any other vehicle we have listed on eBay.

Third Party Funding Please contact ASAP to express intentions for third party funding. All funds from loan institutions must clear funding procedures before aquiring the vehicle.

Shipping
The buyer is responsible for all shipping charges and arrangements however if we can help make these shipping arrangments for you we will. We assume no responsibility for damages incurred after leaving our premises. If the vehicle is going to be shipped, full payment must be received before the vehicle is delivered to or picked up by the shipping company.

Pick it up yourself
If you choose to pick the vehicle up yourself, we will make every reasonable attempt to insure that the delivery of this vehicle is smooth. This applies to normal business hours with prior notification and arrangements.

Buyer's Inspection
Every effort has been made to accurately and fairly describe this vehicle to you. We try to disclose all information known about this vehicle for auction. Please be advised that used vehicles will have typical scratches and dings inherent for their year and mechanical parts are subject to fail. We welcome and recommend a buyer's inspection. If you plan to have a buyer's inspection, please make sure you inspect the vehicle prior to the auction ending. Buyer is responsible for any inspection charges and fees. If you are anywhere within a reasonable proximity of the surronding area, this vehicle can be viewed before auction ends by appointment.

Warranty
Unless otherwise stated in the vehicle description, this vehicle is being sold "as is". No representations or warranties are made by seller, nor are any representations or warranties relied upon by bidders in making bids. Manufacturer's warranties may still apply.

Mileage
Mileage on this vehicle has been recorded at the time of listing and is subject to change.

NOTICE TO BIDDERS:

We are a retail sales lot and this vehicle is available for sale at our lot; we reserve the right to cancel all bids and end an auction early if the vehicle is no longer available for sale. We reserve the right to cancel any and all bids at our discretion, or end the auction early, if necessary. Furthermore, we shall not be liable for any such cancellation for any reason.

Please insure that you are financially able and or willing to follow through with your bid. We consider vehicles to be sold upon "Reserve Met" status. By placing bids in this auction, you will be considered a potential buyer for this vehicle, please insure that you have read, understand, agree, and adhere to all the terms of this sale listed on eBay. If you are the winning bidder, please be aware that the winning bid on this item is a legally binding contract and the item will not be sold for less than the winning bid amount. We will not negotiate its final price upon delivery. (Some people think this is standard procedure, believe it or not!) THIS VEHICLE WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGH BIDDER UNLESS THE ITEM IS BEING SOLD WITH A RESERVE. Winning bidder will receive a free and clear title for this item upon payment in full. Please email or phone with any questions and we will answer anything that you need to know to the best of our ability.

Bid Retractions
Bid retractions are not allowed, nor will be recognized within 24 hours of auctions end. Seller will not be obligated to sell in the event of a late retraction.

Successful Bidder
The winning bidder must contact us within 24 hours to proceed with payment and delivery arrangements.

Non-Paying Bidder
If the deposit is not received within 2 business days of the close of auction and or if the balance is not paid in full within 7 business days following the close of auction, we reserve the right to re-list the vehicle or sell the vehicle to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer.

The winning bidder will receive upon payment in full a free and clear title that will have no branding such as salvage, reconstructed, etc.

This vehicle has been listed by Veits Vettes & Collector Cars. Please contact us at (563) 340-5598 for any questions.

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You are responsible for your own Taxes and TitleFees from your state. We charge a $20.00Bank wire transfer fee if you choose to make payment by bank transfer.

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