Few muscle cars have ever enjoyed the long success over time as the
Chevrolet Chevelle. From 1964 to 1972, more than 4 million Malibus,
Chevelles, El Caminos, and Monte Carlos were produced in dozens of
configurations. This creates countless questions when it’s time to
accurately restore a project car. With the Chevelle Data & ID Guide:
1964-1972, identifying the correct options and codes for your Chevelle
becomes much, much easier.
This book is a no-nonsense, hard-hitting data book that delivers all of
the necessary information to correctly identify the numbers and options
associated with your Chevelle. Production Numbers, VIN Decoding, Engine/
Transmission/Rear Axle Codes, Interior Codes, Exterior Paint Codes,
Color Combination Charts, and Full Options Lists are provided. It
delivers a wealth of information in a single publication that will aid
you in correctly restoring and authenticating your Chevelle. In
addition, each chapter provides the information for you to determine
whether or not your Chevelle is a factory SS model.
With the Chevelle Data & ID Guide: 1964-1972 you have the missing tool
needed to return your Chevelle project to its factory original condition.
About the Author
Dale McIntosh became a Chevelle enthusiast when he purchased his first
black/black 1967 SS396 in the fall of 1967. In the 1990s, Dale started a
website, Team67. com, which morphed into ChevelleStuff.net; it is a
resource for Chevelle information. Dale is a leading expert in the
Chevelle community on cars ranging from 1964 through 1972. He has
numerous Chevelle “Registry” websites as well.
• More than 4 million Chevelles were produced between 1964 and 1972
• This book covers station wagons, 1970–1972 Monte Carlos, and 1964–1972
• No other book in the marketplace gathers this much information into a