Crevier Classic Cars are offering a1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport convertible. Fully restored and detailed down to the nuts and bolts, correct numbers and date codes matching restoration.
Original Factory options:
Correct original single stage Monaco Orange Paint
396 V8, 375hp engine, L-89, Aluminum heads
Original M-32, 4 speed Transmission
Original 331 Posi-trac rear end
Power steering, Power disc brakes in the front
Bucket seats, console, with NOS deluxe seat belts
Factory tach and gauge package, vinyl top
Factory rally wheels, with red line tires
Tinted and date-coded glass
Factory chambered exhaust
AM radio with rear antenna
Power windows and Power Top
1. Antique Auto Club of America in Palm Springs, (February?) Won 1st in class & it’s National Senior award. Labels are on the grill with the registration numbers.
Convertible when completed in Dec. 2017
1. Concours De Elegance in La Jolla, April 2018, won 2nd in class next to a black 67, 435 horse Corvette.
2. Concours De Elegance in Benedict Canyon, May 2018, won 1st in class.
There has not been a Classic Chevy International Show to have the Convertible judged except for Orlando Florida, If that is the only one next year I will be there with cars in the truck.
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