1969 Chevelle SS You are looking at a stunning 69 Chevelle SS dressed in black. The color combo on this car is just gorgeous, with the black paint against the beautiful red interior. The interior also features bucket seats, chrome SS steering wheel, Auto Meter gauge cluster, center console and a Hurst shifter. All of the chrome and trim shine bright and look great. This Chevelle also has a brand new black vinyl top. Tying the look together is a nice staggered set of chrome Ridler wheels, 17' up front and 18' in the rear wearing Nitto tires. This car was built for drivability, including power steering, 4 wheel power disc brakes, QA1 coil overs, and tubular upper control arms for better handling. The engine bay has been detailed nicely to feature the 454 big block with Edelbrock aluminum heads backed by a 4 speed manual trans and Ford 9 Inch rear. Other features include: Weiand intake Aluminum radiator Electric fans Hooker headers Demon 4 bbl carb Questions about our vehicles Contact Our Staff at Brown's Performance Motor Cars 410-553-6211 Only Tax, Tags and Processing not included. 410-553-6211 Only Tags, Taxes and Processing Fee additional to Brown's Price
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