This 1969 Chevy Chevelle Pro-Touring car has received a frame off rotisserie restoration and has just 500 test miles since completion. Most every component has been restored or rebuilt including all of the electrical, mechanical and cosmetic details. The car can be driven reliably and driven home with trophy in hand. The motor makes serious big block power and the suspension and brake systems are perfectly adapted for serious street use.
The Chevelle received a bare metal refinish on the rotisserie and has very straight panels and bodywork. The paint has exceptional shine and depth and has been wet sanded and buffed out to a quality finish. The undercarriage has been finished in a matte black factory finish and the front subframe has been painted to match the quality as seen on the rest of the car. All of the chrome on the car is new and the trim has been refinished or replaced with pieces showing the mirror-like the quality of the chrome. The glass is all new and is very mildly tinted and all of the rubber trim is new.
Powering the Chevelle is a meaty big block with 468 CI and well over 500 HP. The motor build incorporates Pro Comp Aluminum heads, Crane Gold roller rockers, a Holley 750 Double Pumper, a Crower solid roller cam and a Pro-Comp distributor. The motor produces serious Muscle Car torque and has a nice top end as well. Dressing the front of the motor is a Billet Specialties V-drive set up that has been polished to a mirror shine. Cooling the engine is a big bad aluminum radiator with a custom shroud and dual fans. The fans kick on at 180 degrees and keep the motor extra cool. Its all electronically controlled so you never have to even think about it. Cooling you is a Vintage Air A/C system with heat. Letting out a sweet sounding exhaust note is a set of coated shorty headers that run to a 2 1/4 Flowmaster exhaust system.
Many Muscle Cars are limited to slow highway cruising as they dont have an overdrive gear. We are spoiled by this modern technology and tend to forget that our older cars did not have this. The Chevelle does not have this issue as she is equipped with the Tremec TKO 600. The transmission features a 36% gear reduction in 5th gear and much better fuel mileage on the highway due to the RPM drop. The clutch is a Ram Muscle Car clutch tucked inside a GM performance bellhousing. The rear end in the car is a 12 Bolt unit with 4.10 posi gears that lays down twin black lines on the pavement.
Bringing the Chevelle to a halt is a set of Wilwood brakes that have really great feel. The front end is set up with dropped spindles and there are coil over shocks on all four corners of the car. The car features all braided brakes lines and rides on 17 wheels in the front and 20 wheels in the rear. The stance on the car is mean looking and really turns heads.
The Chevelle is a heavily detailed car that will make an impression at any show or on the street. Dont miss out on this serious performance car.
468 Cubic Inch Big Block
Pro Comp Aluminum Heads
Crane Gold Roller Rockers
Pro Comp Distributor
Coated Shorty Headers
Billet Specialties V Drive Polished
Vintage Air Air Conditioning and Heat
750 Holley Double Pumper
Aluminum Radiator With Twin Spal Fans
Crower Solid Roller Cam
GM Performance Valve Covers
GM Performance Wires
Tremec TKO-600 Five Speed w/ Hurst Shifter
Ram Muscle Car Clutch
GM Performance Bell Housing
4.10 12 Bolt Rear
Wilwood Disc Brakes On All Four Corners
Suspension and Peripherals:
Wilwood Master Cylinder
Coilover Shocks All Around (Front and Rear)
Braided Stainless Brake Lines
Tubular Rear Control Arms
Coddington Wheels 17/7 On Front And 20/10 On The Rear
BFG Z Force Tires
Frame Painted With POR-15
Flowmaster Mufflers With 2-1/2 Pipes
New Red Reproduction Interior
New Reproduction Carpet