This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is powered by a rebuilt
non-matching-numbers, period-correct 396ci V8 engine and rebuilt
Turbo Hydramatic 400 3-speed automatic transmission with a
horseshoe shifter. This car was manufactured at the Fresno, CA,
plant. It has a vinyl top and bucket seats along with factory air
conditioning. The front suspension and steering have been rebuilt
with new front and rear sway bars, as well as new springs and
shocks. The frame and floor pans were stripped and painted Satin
Black. It features new fuel lines and brake lines as well as a new
fuel tank. New emergency brake cable with new disc brakes in the
front and new brakes in the rear were installed. The rear end
features posi-traction with new gears. The exterior is finished in
LeMans Blue with a base coat/clear coat finish and sports new wheel
lip moldings and black stripe package. The interior features black
vinyl buck seats, new carpet with Dynamat insulation, new
headliner, new package shelf, and new door panels with new window
and door cranks. It includes GM reproduction rubber floor mats and
GM steering wheel, factory gauge package with new wiring harness,
and new glass in the front and rear. The trunk is finished in the
correct spackle paint and includes a full-size spare tire with
wheel. This restored Chevelle rides on Chevrolet 14-inch Rally
wheels with correct new trim rings.
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