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Excalibur Phaeton SS Series I 1967

General description : 1967 Excalibur Phaeton SS Series IHere is a 1967 Excalibur Phaeton SS Series I that is available in brown with a sand beige interior. It comes equipped with an automatic transmission, 327 V8-engine, soft top, side curtains, Tonneau cover, and wire wheels. An original California car that is mechanically sound. For $19,750

1967 Excalibur Phaeton SS Series I is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Los Angeles by Beverly Hills Car Club for $19750.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Excalibur Model : Phaeton Model Version : SS Series I Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1967 Location : 4576 1/2 Worth St. Los Angeles, CA 90063 Vehicle Registration : Undefined

19750 $

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Beverly Hills Car Club

Beverly Hills Car Club
(310) 975-0272
Los Angeles, CA 90063
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About Excalibur
Excalibur from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was one of the first "retro" cars introduced as a prototype in 1964. The car was (loosely) styled after the 1928 Mercedes-Benz SSK by Brooks Stevens.

The Excalibur prototype was fitted on a Studebaker chassis and using a 290-horsepower Studebaker 289 V-8. As Studebaker subsequently ceased its operations, ending the availability of its 289 V-8 Excalibur was left without a power plant. General Motors friends Ed Cole and "Bunkie" Knudsen agreed to provide Brooks Stevens with Chevrolet 327 s in 300-bhp Corvette tune, making the light weight Excalibur a strong performer. They also designed a new ladder chassis which had a 2 inch longer wheelbase. The suspension components ere borrowed from the Corvette, as was the four-disc braking system. The Excalibur was born.