While the bright red paint is what first catches your eye on this
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute, you're going to love digging
even deeper. Because there's less than 500 miles on a complete
build that delivers a custom interior, upgraded suspension,
four-wheel disc brakes, a seriously powerful small block, and so
Salsa Red is the ideal name for this paint. It's a modern color
that looks spicier than most of the others you see out there. It
has a nice metallic glow that commands attention when the sunshine
hits the sheetmetal. In fact, we have a long list of investments in
the body that's part of a multi-year restoration. So you'll really
love how it brings out extra definition in the crisp ceases that
make the '69 Chevelle hardtop so aggressive. Speaking of
intimidation, this has been upgraded with the right Super Sport
pieces, like the blackout grille, full SS badging, and the dual
power bulges in the hood. And because this is a true custom, it has
extra additions seen everywhere from the darkly tinted windows to
the bright polished Cragar SS wheels.
Inside, the restoration meant a solid investment in making sure the
carpeting, headliner, and all the fundamentals feel fresh. Of
course, what probably first caught your eye were the new Procar
black and gray sports seats. And in a thoughtful build like this,
even the rear bench matches this two-tone. Those sport seats are
just the beginning of a full driver-oriented package. You have a
Grant GT sports steering wheel on a tilt column (power steering).
Beyond that is a full digital gauge upgrade. And the B&M Pro
ratchet shifter lets you know this one means business. So, while
you have an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth, we really know your
favorite soundtrack begins in the engine bay.
The V8 under the hood is ready for primetime. Low mileage means
this looks fresh, and they invested heavily in polished components.
Beyond the flash is some serious substance. It starts with a 350
cubic-inch roller V8 with a 4-Bolt Main from Howard's Automotive.
It's been enhanced and fortified with all the best performance
goodies, including aluminum heads, Holley Avenger 750 CFM
four-barrel carburetor, Weiand aluminum intake, and long tube
headers feeding a custom dual exhaust. It also has all the right
supporting pieces, like steel-braided hoses, upgraded pulleys,
serpentine belt system, MSD ignition, electric fuel pump, and a
four-core aluminum radiator w/electric fans. When you have this
kind of big muscle upgrade, you want the right components to get
the power to the ground. It starts with a stout TH400 three-speed
automatic transmission with stall converter. That feeds a custom
balanced driveshaft on its way to the 12-bolt rear end that has
Positraction and 4.11 gears for powerful take-offs. The suspension
has also been upgraded with tubular A-arms up front, sway bars
front & rear, and four-wheel disc brakes.
There's so much on this build we don't have room to list
everything. So call for all the details on one cool hardtop that
earns a proper Super Sport tribute. Call now!