1969 Chevelle, full body off resto 5 years ago, garage kept and In great shape, Motor is 454, 700r4 trans with shift kit, both rebuilt when car was restored, all suspension replaced and all has less than 3700 miles on rebuild. Wired with an ez 21 circuit wiring harness so wiring is there for power windows/ door locks and more if desired. Has a bose premium stereo system with am/fm, Bluetooth, phone hook up, MP3, CD player, DVD player and a back up camera for added safety. Toyo tires have about 60% tread left. Have air conditioning unit and all parts just not installed yet. Super fast and clean . Clean title in hand. This is a nice car for this price. This is a tough crowd and the truth is it has to sell cause I ain’t here much longer to sell it. This is my bottom price. Buyer pays any shipping cost.
This is the 26th in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
This is the first car in a 10-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Northeast auction
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Mecum Auctions continues its busy schedule with the inaugural Louisville, Kentucky, sale September 8-10 at the Kentucky Exposition Center.