This 1964 Chevelle Malibu Super Sport Convertible was originally built in the Baltimore, MD assembly plant and is a great example of these very eye-catching cars.
The Super Sport was a distinct model available either as a Sport Coupe or Convertible.
The 1964 model year saw the Chevelle launched and was Chevrolet’s answer to the Ford Fairlane and was the first mid-size Chevy. It’s based on the Fisher “A-body” that is shared with the Pontiac Tempest and Buick Skylark.
The Chevelle Super Sport came with a very classy interior which included leather-grain vinyl bucket seats, a unique instrument cluster and center console with the Powerglide and 4-speed equipped cars.
The base engine that came with the Chevelle was actually the 6-cylinder, 194 cubic inch Hi-Thrift that output 150 horsepower. There were also two versions of the 283 engines available. Later in the production year a 327 was made available for the Chevelle and this is what is under the hood of this amazing convertible. A 3-speed manual transmission was standard on Chevelles. A Powerglide automatic transmission was also available along with the 4-speed manual that this car was purchased with.
The SS version of the Malibu Convertible cost a further $162. Other options on this car include: power steering and power brakes costing $86 and $43 respectively.
When new the base price of the SS Malibu Convertible would have been $2,749.
This ’64 Chevy Chevelle Malibu SS is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for more photos)
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1964 had no 327 engine it was 283
Thank you for your comment. However, while it wasn’t available at launch of that model year, the 327 was made available to the Chevelle in December 1963.
That is right I had a 327 300hp in the one I had
The Chevelle offered two six’s in 1964, the 194cu.in. as mentioned plus the 230cu.in. The 230 was dressed up with a chrome air cleaner and valve cover. They also offered two 327’s, a 250hp and a 300hp.