Orange exterior, Black interior. 454ci big block engine, automatic
transmission. This Chevelle is ready to hit the road with a
complete frame off restoration that has made this Chevelle better
than new. The 454ci big block engine has a 14015445 casting number
and runs excellent with plenty of power. It features an aluminum
intake, Holley carburetor, long tube headers, and Milidon oil pan.
A Turbo 400 automatic transmission sits behind the big block and
shifts nicely and makes this Chevelle a blast to drive. Out back is
a 12 bolt rearend to hold all the big block power. Outside, the
orange paint gives this car a classic muscle car look rolling down
the road with the vinyl top. All of the chrome bumpers, window
trim, and badges are in good condition with a nice sheen. Inside,
the interior is clean with vinyl bucket seats, floor shift, a nice
dash, and tilt steering. The factory AC system has been completely
rebuilt and is ready for those hot summer days. Underneath this
Chevy is a solid frame and floor pans. This Chevelle is the perfect
weekend cruiser or Saturday show car. It is priced to sell and will
not last long! Come out to see it in person today! FREE 2 YEAR/50K
ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD
AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!! Financing Available with long
terms and low rates.
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle
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