This genuine 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 is the original bad boy of all the 60s muscle cars. In performing it's restoration this beast was taken down to bare metal and reworked to be as straight and solid as a new one. The 396 cu. in. V-8, originally rated at 325 horsepower, is dressed up with chrome valve covers, air cleaner cover, oil dipstick and near chrome coated headers. Because it has no air conditioning or power steering, full power is transferred to the rear wheels by way of its 4-speed manual transmission. Modern touches to the chassis include a Hotchkis front sway bar, springs and rear trailing arms. Drilled and slotted front brake rotors help provide stopping power. Beefy low profile 225/45-18 and 255/45-18 front and rear tires ride on 5 spoke Boss wheels for the popular resto-mod look. The completely restored black vinyl interior features front bucket seats modified with larger side bolsters, a center console and an AM/FM stereo with an MP3 player hookup. The 1969 Chevelle is considered by many to be the standard benchmark by which muscle cars are judged. If you are showing, cruising or just collecting, this car leaves nothing to be desired. The excellent condition shown by its bottom to top and inside out restoration of this vehicle and its lower than market price, for a vehicle in this condition, makes it a perfect choice for getting into the classic car market either as an investment opportunity or as a weekend or daily driver. If you've wanted a beautifully restored and sporty super stylish car with all the muscle and guts it was born with and at an affordable price this is the one! Don't wait. Mileage stated in listing is the odometer reading only not to be interpreted as certified miles. Contact Grant our sales manager for further assistance, phone 712-332-8029 or email email@example.com
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