Manufactured in July 1969, this highly sought-after COPO Chevelle
was built at the Baltimore, MD, production plant for export to Dick
Irwin Chevrolet in Vancouver. Since then, a factory-correct,
nut-and-bolt restoration was completed, with it featuring the
correct #57 Fathom Green metallic exterior. It is powered by its
matching-numbers 427/425hp engine mated to its M22 Rock Crusher
transmission. Other factory features include AD2 tinted windshield,
G80 posi-traction, G84 4.10 ratio rear, N34 wood-grain steering
wheel, U14 instrument panel gauges, ZN1 H.D. front and rear
springs, J50 power brakes and J52 front disc brakes. Included with
this fine muscle car is GM documentation proving its authenticity,
as well as the original Protect-O-Plate. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle
Exterior Color:DARK GREEN
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