1969 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE BORN BUTTERNUT YELLOW OVER BLACK INTERIOR NOW FINISHED IN SS EXCLUSIVE MONACO ORANGE OVER IMMACULATE PARCHMENT INTERIOR, THIS CHEVELLE HAS GONE TROUGH AN OVER THE TOP ROTISSIEIRE RESTORATION WITH NO NUT OR BOLT LEFT UNTOUCHED, LASER STRAIGHT BODY PANELS, FULLY DETAILED ENGINE BAY AND SPOTLESS UNDERCARRIAGE. THE 396 CUBIC INCH L78 MOTOR DELIVERS A FACTORY UNDERRATED 375 HORSEPOWER THROUGH AN UPGRADED LEGEND G&T 5- SPEED TRANSMISSION OUT TO A CORRECT 12-BOLT REAR-END BEEFED UP WITH RICHMOND GEARS. THE EQUIPMENT LIST ON THIS CAR INCLUDE POWER BRAKES, POWER STEERING, TILT WHEEL, BUCKET SEATS, CONSOLE WITH UPDATED FACTORY LOOK 5-SPEED PATTERN, ALUMINUM DRIVESHAFT, WOOD 3-SPOKE STEERING WHEEL AND AM/FM RADIO. THIS CAR RUN SHIFTS AND DRIVES BETTER THAN NEW, NO DISAPPOINTMENTS, ANY COLLECTOR WOULD BE PROUD TO ADD THIS TO THEIR COLLECTION.
PLEASE CONTACT: HENRY FERNANDEZ.
MOBILE: (305) 815-1290.
OFFICE: (305) 594-2223.
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