The Chevy II is initially in show rooms to bring customers a good functional compact that offers basic transportation while delivering a low sticker price, to attract buyers on a limited budget. The Chevy II is in direct competition with the Falcon and the Valiant for the compact market, offering a full roster of body styles to choose from. The ’64 model year the Chevy II looses sales to the Chevelle, a new addition to the Chevrolet line-up. There are two larger six cylinder engines now on the table and this is also the first year the 283 (4.64 L) V8 is offered as an alternate to the basic 152 (2.5 L) six. There is a three speed and a four speed manual transmission available as well as the 2-speed Powerglide automatic.
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