The SS badge on the side of a Chevelle meant it had a powerful V8 and the ability to go toe-to-toe with any other huge domestic sedan from the same era…but they only built the SS wagon in 72/73, so if you want one without spending a bunch of cash, you’ll have to make your own, like this next guy. Find this 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Wagon here on eBay bidding for $4,950 reserve-not-met with $16,500 buy-it-now located in Alpharetta, GA.
1973 Chevelle Malibu Wagon
SS Conversion – not a True SS Wagon
Low 27,000 mile car
Super Sport Conversion
350 Motor w/ 350 Turbo Trans
Odometer 27,373 as of this listing
Lots of original paperwork including the Protecto Plate Warranty card
We just took it to the Pigeon Forge Grand Rod Run, drove it there on a little over 4 hour drive. It did great!
This would be a great ride for THE HOT ROD POWER TOUR!
Air conditioner ICE COLD
AM FM 8 Track
Great riding and driving car!
18″ American Racing Gray 5 spokes wheels on it with new Uniroyal radials.
I also have a set of old school Cragars, a set of Chrome 17” U Mags or the factory wheels with White walls. You can have your choice of wheels.
Detroit Speed sway bars – Front & rear
Just replaced the windshield and put a set of under dash Auto Meter gauges in for Volts, oil pressure and temp.
I just put the 18″ American Racing Gray 5 spokes wheels on it with new Uniroyal Tiger Paw radials.
I also have a set of old school Cragars, a set of Chrome 17” US Mags or the factory wheels with White walls.
Its lowered and handles great with the front and rear big Detroit Speed sway bars.
See a better way to drive a wagon? firstname.lastname@example.org