1975 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Classic.

September 6, 2014

11 comments

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

not sure if any natural light hits the interior with tints like that

captaingizmo54 said...

That's even darker than the tinted windows that we see here in Florida! It's weird
for me to see the front windows as dark as the rear ones. On our '97 Voyager, the
front windows have no tinting at all while the rear glass is very dark. If this car ever
showed up in Florida, the owner would be ticketed and heavily fined. As for the rest
of the car, it looks great! My SIL had one of the Classic versions painted Burnt Orange
with all that fake wood trimming on it. Hers had a 350 V-8 mated to a T-400 tranny.
As I recall, it was so heavy and slow that it couldn't get out of it's own way! It mushed
its way through the corners on very soft springs. Inside, it had those pillow type seats
that looked as though they could swallow you whole! The only good thing was the six
speaker sound system that really made the tunes sound good. It definately had malaise
written all over it.

Anonymous said...

Colonnade cars, woo-hoo! Liked 'em when they were new and still like them today. Too bad he screwed it up with the window tint..

Dave said...

Arguably the best of the mid-70's wagons. I always liked the turn signals in the back bumper.

Justin said...

Quite the looker. Lettered tires, those Chevrolet SS wheels, the tinted windows.

Anonymous said...

These & the next generation, had the bumper mount tail lights,& the El Camino too. In "Seems Like Old Times", has a later Colonnade Malibu, or Chevelle? wagon being driven rather hard.

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing

Arthur Garrison said...

Thanks for sharing Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu pics collection on your post. I'm a big fan of American classic cars even I have own Alfa Romeo which is purchased from a person. I am collecting whole details of these classic cars because I happy with this.

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Anonymous said...

Thank you Captain Obvious.

Richard C. Lambert said...

The only good thing was the six speaker sound system that really made the tunes sound good. It definately had malaise written all over it. classic cars