1969 Acadian SS was a model in it self. It is the Canadian version of the Chevy Nova and built by GM but sold only in Canada for the Canadian market. The Acadian looks the same as a Nova but has its own unique badging and look. This 1969 Acadian SS is numbers matching and fully documented with its Protecto plate, build sheet, and original bill of sale, and history from the original owner. Since this car was built and shipped to Canada, GM of Canada documentation is available when you provide your vin number to GM vintage vehicle service. It is 100% bullet proof. It provides all important information that is a great asset when buying a old GM. This car has had a full nut and bolt restoration and is loaded with options and would make a great addition to any collection. List of options are as follows: L 48 350/300 hp (largest motor option for this year), 3 spd automatic,12 bolt posi, ps,pb, built in tach and clock, gauge package, bucket seats, console, remote mirror, am push button radio, rear defroster, tinted glass, rear speaker, interior light option, bumperetes, chrome package, vinyl roof and has it original door panels, glass and body panels. The car has unique badging with 3 maple leafs on the front of the hood the horn button has the maple leaf as well as the very rare dog dish hub caps.This car is worth every dollar. Try to find another as mint and as beautiful with the documentation. This car wins awards and draws in a crowds at every show. SERIOUS INQUIRES only and NO TRADES PLEASE $47000 USD
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