1969 Malibu Convertible Off frame restoration. Appraised by the
Automobile Appraisal Association in 2014. It has been driven less
that 2000 miles since the restoration and the appraisal.
Convertibles this age are rare. This one is painted Ferarri red
with black racing strips. See the accompanying photos for a list of
options this car has. The car has a salvage title, however, it was
completely rebuilt from the frame on up and the appraisal adjusted.
due to the salvage title. Once a car has been restored from the
frame up a salvage title is meaningless, however, the title still
states salvage and that is why the appraisal was reduced. A copy of
the appraisal is included The speedometer showed 36,201 miles when
the restoration was done. After the restoration was completed, the
speedometer was reset to zero. The car was stored in a garage in
California for 10 years. It was inherited by a family member when
the owner passed away. It was then restored. The 350 engine that
was in the car was tested and reconditioned. The compression was
good. The valves and the gaskets were replaced. The transmission
and rear end are the same ones that were in the car when the
restoration was done at 36,201 miles. New headers were installed
along with new exhaust pipes and mufflers. The gas tank was removed
steam cleaned and painted and reinstalled with new mounting
hardware and new gas cap. New shocks and front springs were
installed. Under the hood extensive chrome was added to the engine
components. Anew battery and alternator was added along with a new
starter. A new larger radiator was installed with an electric fan,
which increases the output of the engine because it removes the
load of the radiator fan. A new carburetor, new manifold, new
electronic ignition system, new water pump, new spark plugs and
wires and distributor, new oil pan, new hoses and belts, new
breather, new fuel pump, thermostat, new chrome pulleys were all
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