What engine did a 1967 Chevelle SS have?

What engine did a 1967 Chevelle SS have?

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Specifications:

Engine: 7.0-liter cast-iron naturally-aspirated big-block V-8
Output: 541 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and over 490 pound-feet of torque at 3,800 rpm
Compression ratio: 10.1:1
Gearbox: Muncie 4-speed manual

How much is a 67 Chevelle SS worth?

At Mecum’s Kansas City, Missouri, auction last December, a restored Granada Gold 1967 SS 396 350hp four-speed coupe (Lot S155) sold for $42,000. At that same sale, a red 1967 Chevelle SS 396 375hp coupe (Lot F229) sold for $39,000.

What year did the Chevelle have a 427?

This 427-Powered 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Turns Heads.

How much horsepower does a 1967 Chevelle SS 396 have?

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS-396 Sport Coupe 350-hp (261 kW / 355 PS / 350 hp) (since September 1966 for North America U.S.) specs review.

Did 67 Chevelle come with a 427?

There never was an “official” factory-built 1967 SS 427 Chevelle. Jeffery Steffes’ book Chevelle SS 1964-1972 says, “It the 427 was always installed by the dealer or under a Central Office Production Order (COPO). Chevelles with factory-installed 427s displayed no Super Sport identification.”

Is a 396 a good engine?

The 396 is a good revving engine, so you’d want to run a steel crank so it would live at the rpm you’d have to run it to make HP. And probably a roller cam, as flat tappet cams in big blocks have a nasty habit of “going away” relatively easily.

What is a Chevelle 300?

During its freshman season, the entry-level series, the Chevelle 300, was offered in two- and four-door sedan, as well as two- and four-door wagon guises. Overall length varied–nearly 194 and 199 inches for sedans and wagons, respectively–although the wheelbase measured an identical 115 inches among body styles.