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The 396-powered Beaumont Sport Deluxe was a true sleeper since it used the same 'V8' insignia that was used on 283 & 327 cars. The 'Sports Option' came with buckets, console, P01 wheel covers (now with 'SS' center emblems), while GM gave the wheel opening moldings and ribbed rockers from the SS396 to you in place of the usual Malibu fare (lower body side moldings that ran aft of the front wheel to the back bumper). The front and rear styling was regular Malibu, with no 'Big Block' hoods being used even with a 396, and the rear was pure Malibu.They didn't even get any special rear end paint (Argent, Black or otherwise), to distinguish a Malibu SS. 1967 Malibu SS convertible 1967 Malibu SS convertible While in the United States Chevrolet was marketing the 138-series SS396, in Canada there was a curious version that was not well known or understood.In fact, its very existence is doubted by many - the Malibu SS of 19. For probably that reason alone, convertible production needed whatever means to get production figures up to the point where the body style was profitable to build after tooling up.Oh, I almost forgot that the wood grained dash strip was used, along with the Malibu script above the glove box.At least the horn button said 'SS' instead of 'Chevelle'.They may as well have referred to it as 'The Malibu SS Option' since that's what it was, but it also turned a Beaumont Custom into a Beaumont Sport Deluxe.
Only 499 1967 SS396 cars (sport coupes and convertibles) were built.
At that point the D55 console option was a separate option that would be coded on the trim tag.
Courtesy Cameron Milne in 1966, hence all 1966 Malibu SS Sport Coupes and Convertibles have the 136 VIN. The L34 was the only 396 available in Canadian built cars in 1966, no 325hp or 375hp engines.
There were never more than about 200 or 300 of those cars produced annually as six cylinder or eight cylinder models.
As for the Malibu SS, it was the means by which you got bucket seats in your 135 or 136 series Malibu Sports Coupe or Convertible. S., the RPO A51 stood for Bucket Seats, but in Canada it stood for an option package referred to by GM Canada as 'The Sports Option'.
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The majority came with 4-speed, power brakes (all boosters are black), and no power steering although power steering was certainly an option.