The Chevelle was produced by Chevrolet in three generations between 1694 and 1978 and considered one of the most successful nameplates in company history. In 1968, the Chevelle received an all-new sculpted body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. Given that the design was massaged again in 1970, the 1968-69 model years are considered by some collectors as the most desirable. This stunning black/black 1969 Chevelle is a tribute to the famed Yenko Chevrolet Dealership vehicles. Don Yenko owned a Pennsylvania based Chevy Dealership and became famous for selling customized muscle cars in the late 1960's that ironically began with Corvair models in 1966. A total of 99 Chevelle models were sold and considered among the most collectable vehicles on the planet. This 1969 tribute includes a stout 454 cubic inch V8 powerplant mated to a Muncie M-21 4-Speed manual transmission and 12-bolt 3:73 rear end. This 1969 Chevelle was originally equipped with AC from the factory, but the system was not included in this build. All the interrior controls and vents are there. Additional features include power steering and AM/FM/Cassette Stereo system. From the nicely done black vinyl interior to the rally wheels and aggressive stance, this machine will not disappoint. This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle is located at our Milwaukee showroom. You can view this vehicle in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.som. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it, please call us at (262) 891-4253 or email Milwaukee@gatewayclassiccars.com.
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