This is a beautifully restored, all numbers matching and incredibly
well optioned 1969 Chevelle SS 396 convertible in the rare and
desirable Hugger Orange. This is a 73,000-mile Arizona car, making
it a perfect example for a concours restoration. The quality of the
restoration is excellent and with options such as air conditioning,
bucket seats, center console and more, this is likely a unique spec
for a 1969 Chevelle. This Chevelle features the rare and desirable
Hugger Orange (Paint Code 927), which was only available for the SS
396 optioned cars. The paint is fantastic and is complimented by
the black stripes running the length of the sides. The paint is
professionally polished and looks as smooth as glass. This Chevelle
also features the ZJ7 special wheels, hub caps and trim rings and
the C06 black electric convertible top. The interior is the special
SS 396 configuration enhanced with numerous options. It has the
correct original A51 black Strato bucket seats with the N34 faux
wood grained steering wheel, D55 center console and U14 instrument
panel gauges. The black upholstery, carpet and dash are all perfect
and as new. Also ordered are the U69 AM/FM pushbutton radio and air
conditioning. Everything looks and works as new. Under the hood is
where much of the magic lies. The numbers matching L35 396 CID 325
hp big block looks as new and the sound from the N10 dual exhausts
is awesome! The numbers matching M-40 turbo 400 automatic
transmission has the console shifter and the H01 rear axle ratio is
3.07:1. This is an excellent Chevelle to add to any collection of
American muscle, or a terrific car to show, drive and enjoy! This
Chevelle was produced at the Baltimore, MD plant during the first
week in February in 1969. It is believed to be an Arizona car from
new. For more information and details, please call or text Harry
Clark at 1.602.245.7200 or email us at [email protected] .
The Chevelle is in our Phoenix showroom.
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle
Exterior Color:Hugger Orange
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