This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle gives you the right Super Sport
attitude. After all, it has a bold look, bucket seat interior, the
right suspension upgrades, and serious big block power. It all
means that you have the legendary hardtop you love and the muscle
that makes it great.
The 1969 was arguably the best year of the Chevelle coupe design.
It was the debut for the longer front overhang and sporty fastback
profile. And you can see all of it nicely on this the sharp crease
of the well-done sheetmetal. It truly is one of the most potent
muscle car looks of the time. So the glossy red paint just seems
like the right upgrade. It gives this muscle car a devilish
attitude. And the black SS side stripes, dual power bulge hood, and
SS mag wheels amplify that feeling even further.
The black SS exterior stripes are a preview of the interior, and we
all know dark interiors always look great on muscle cars. While the
rear seats look hardly used in this coupe, it's hard to deny the
practicality that comes from a car built when even coupes were
sized to carry the family. But we all know the driver is really the
king in these Chevelles. High-back bucket seats, a center console,
and Chevy sports steering wheel provide those great vintage muscle
car items we love. There's even an upgraded SunPro auxiliary gauge
trio to make sure you stay well informed about what's going on
under the hood.
The engine bay has a tidy look, and there's a nice polished on
pieces like the radiator shroud and air grabber. It's even
well-derailed with the ridges of the aluminum valve covers panted
to match the block. But the best details of them all is
displacement. Because while this one announces it's a 396 big
block, it's actually a LARGER 454 cubic-inch V8. This inhales
deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and headers let it
exhale with power while feeding the dual exhaust with Flowmasters.
This even has nice Super Sport features, like the 12-bolt rear end,
reinforced rear arms, and thick sway bars. And this big block coupe
is a good all-around driver thanks to power steering, power brakes
w/front discs, a three-speed automatic transmission, and wide
Cooper Cobra tires.
Here's an iconic Chevelle that has been given the right heart
transplant to keep it running strong and mean. Oh yeah, this is the
muscle car dream...and if you act quickly, it can all be yours.