Rick Steinke's 1967 Chevelle Malibu Sedan is the Fruit of Hard Work and Dedication
When you spend so much time on something, it eventually becomes your signature.
This is the case for Rick Steinke of Pennsylvania and his 1967 Chevelle Malibu that he owns since the age of 14. This '67 four-door Chevelle Malibu Sedan was an amazing present from his lovely parents, he drove this gorgeous machine proudly during his high school years and he drove it back and forth to Pittsburgh for college. So you can easily imagine how precious this machine is for Steinke. In the video we present you right on this page today shows us Rick Steinke and he tells us about his awesome machine that he nicknamed as "Honk If Parts Fall Off". He made some changes and replacements on this fantastic Chevelle, including the conversion to 8-second sleeper. All were to make it even better, technically and visually. Under the hood lies a Gen 1 Small Block Chevy that displaces 414 cubic inches, producing 1,040 horsepower and 6,000 rpm. There is so much hard work and effort put on this spectacular machine and it's impossible to not to appreciate it.
Check out the video to learn more about this 1967 Chevelle Malibu Sedan and his lucky owner. No doubt that you'll like them!
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