Excellent Running And Detailed Chevrolet 396 cubic inch numbers
matching (Block Casting #3955272; Stamped #19B321140-numbers
matching), (Stamp T093OKF-Tonawanda, Sept 30, 1968. KF=375HP w/TH
Holley 4-BBL carb-#3959164 List 4346 (correct)
Upgraded With Authentic ZL-1 Winter Snowflake heads
Intake-#3933163, (correct for 396ci./375hp)
Alternator-#100837 (correct for 396ci/375hp)
Water pump #3931065T (correct)
Turbo Hydra-matic "X" (High performance TH 400) automatic transmission. Very rare and is matching numbers! (Tag CX 69-Hi po Turbo 400), (Stamp- #19B321140-numbers match)
RPO F41 Heavy duty suspension (1 of only 722 SS models ordered w/F41)
12 bolt Positraction axle w/3.31 rear end gears (Rear Axle Tube: CF11078 CF=posi-traction rear w/3.31 gears, 1107-Nov. 7th, B-Buffalo, Ny), (Rear axle casting#3959038NF (correct), *J238*7-Oct 23, 1968 -12 bolt)
Dual-chambered exhaust w/chrome extensions
Exhaust Manifolds (#3909879 LH1, #3916178 RH2 -correct)
Power Disc brakes
Highly detailed engine bay and undercarriage
VIN: #136379b321140, NOTE: Car was built Nov. 1968, (first week), engine stamp: Sept 30, 1968; rear axle: Oct 23, 1968. (This car is considered an "Early Production" Baltimore car)
Blue bucket seats (765 code)
Automatic Turbo 400 Transmission
Round face gauges include: Fuel, oil, generator, oil and 120 mph speedometer
Delco 5 push-button AM radio
Restored jack and spare
LeMans Blue exterior paint (71 code)
White side stripe
Rear mount antenna
Chrome sport mirrors
Rare factory rear antenna
GM Rallye wheels mounted w/Goodyear Polyglass F-70X14? bias ply raised white lettered radial tires
THE BEST OF THE BEST SHOW CAR WINNER SCORING 998 POINTS OF 1000
This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective
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Registry-keeper Jeff Helms confirms the car’s validity and has it undergoing restoration
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