The entry trim level Chevelle in 1966 is the 300 series, with the station wagon the highest priced body style. There were 28,600 of the base 300 produced, but only 5,300 were factory fitted with a 283 cu in engine in that year, most customers chose a six cylinder version. The 300’s sport few of the exterior trim features seen on the more uptown models. The wagon version has a tailgate molding and is upholstered in vinyl and cloth.
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