In Restoration :For Sale 1969 chevelle SS 396, 4 speed, factory air conditioning. orig. Dark blue. This is a Solid body Chevelle being restored. All original body panels. $10,000. worth of New parts go with car which include: windshield and rear window, steering wheel, wheel trim rings and center caps, complete black interior, all weatherstripping and all rubber bumpers and bushings, all new brakes and stainless brake lines, aluminum radiator, master cylinder and booster, chrome valve covers, chrome headlight and taillight bezels, parking and taillight lenses, all SS 396 Chevelle Chevrolet chrome emblems, power steering and radiator hoses, plastic vent grills for cowl and door jambs, body bushing kit with bolts, hose clamps, hood insulation, parking brake cables, brake hoses, fuel and brake line clamps, gas tank, tank straps, and cap, door sill plates, dome light, trunk divider board, plastic seat back and sides for bucket seats, dash pad, bucket seat foam and chrome release buttons, trim screw kits, mirrors, wiring harnesses, window molding clips, wheel well moldings, roof drip rail moldings, chrome hood louvers, antenna, chrome bumpers and bumper brackets, bumper bolts. We can schedule to do the restoration for the purchaser to finish the way you want it. www.ABclassics.com 855-483-8025 or 518-483-8025 not on site please schedule to view ....
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