In 1964, Chevrolet launched the Chevelle, a model that would become
one of the brand's most successful nameplates in its history.
Released as an attempt to meet rising demand for smaller vehicles,
Chevrolet offered the Chevelle in several body styles and
appointments. Most notably, the Super Sport, or SS, trim level, was
Chevrolet entry into the muscle car segment. Billed as "America's
most popular mid-size car", the 1969 Chevelle received a revised
front and rear end. Revisions included a single chrome bar
connected quad headlights, a revised front grill, slotted bumper
(to accommodate parking lights), and larger, more vertical, tail
lights. The SS 396 was no longer a trim level of its own but
instead an option, at a cost of $347.60.
This '69 Chevelle is the result of a fantastic frame-off
restoration. Painted in it's original factory color of Hugger
Orange with black interior, it is an iconic Chevelle. This car
began its life as a true SS 396 (as documented by Chevrolet
Canadian documentation). Loaded with options, the car includes
factory air conditioning that blows cold. Powered by a big-block
454 with power steering, power disc brakes and 12-bolt rear, this
Chevelle drives as good as it looks. Slide into the bucket seats,
turn the key, enjoy the rumble and roll down the road in this
Unless stated otherwise, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and
unknown if original.
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
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