How much is a 1967 Chevelle SS worth?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Engines Median Sale
396 CID | 350 HP $41,000
327 CID | 325 HP $34,500
396 CID | 375 HP $51,000

How much is a Chevelle SS worth?

According to NADA pricing guides, the 2-door convertible 454 version of the Chevelle SS retails for an average of $72,900. In perfect condition, the 1970 Chevelle SS has seen auction prices up to 1.2 million.

How much is a Chevelle SS 396 worth?

Today, if you want a Chevy Chevelle SS396, which was on offer from 1965 all the way to 1972, be prepared to shell out more than $50,000, and yes, prices for a really well-maintained mint model can touch six figures.

How much is an old Chevelle worth?

Make Avg Price Last 30 Days
CarGurus Index $30,756 -0.15%
Chevrolet Chevelle $65,252 -3.33%
1964 Chevrolet Chevelle $45,320 -6.32%
1965 Chevrolet Chevelle $45,023 +6.01%

Which Chevelle is the rarest?

Thus, the 1968 SS Convertible at 2,286 is the rarest of them all during the first three years (66-67-68) of Chevelle SS396 mass production.

What engines were available in a 1967 Chevelle?

A number of V-8s were available on the Chevelle in 1967. You could choose between the small-block 4.6-liter V-8, the 5.4-liter V-8, and the 6.5-liter big block unit. The inline-6 engines – with capacity ranging between 3.2-liters and 4.1-liters – were still available for the Canadian Chevelle.

How do you tell if a Chevelle is a true SS?

See all 44 photos A 1970 Chevelle cannot be proven to be a SS model by examining the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), nor by examining the Body by Fisher (cowl tag) plate, unless the car was assembled at the Oshawa Canada Plant, which was the only plant to list the RPO codes directly on the cowl tag.