800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle is a mixture of style and substance. You've got a great color combo inside and out that proves you know how to arrive on the scene. And those who don't see you will certainly take note when you let the big block growl on this proper SS 396 tribute.
You've got to love the sleek pillarless coupe body. The 1969-correct white SS side stripe emphasizes the gentle arc of the Chevelle's sheetmetal. And the door fit nicely to make sure this full-length streak continues like an almost unbroken line. It's these kinds of details that let you know someone invested nicely in this Chevy. So this has an attention-grabbing presence. The factory-correct LeMans Blue is always a desirable color, and this one was given a professional respray later in life to make sure it continues to shine nicely. This bright blue does a great job of contrasting some of the darker Super Sport trim pieces, like the blacked-out grille, blacked-out tail panel, and the Mag-style SS wheels. Plus, attention was paid to all the details - everything from the dual power bulges in the hood to the shining chrome bumpers - so the result is both stylish and aggressive.
The white exterior stipe look great against the exterior blue, and it's a similar story with the bright parchment interior. Also, just like the exterior, this has a detailed look right down to the button-top seatbacks and SS396 badging in the door. It really has the full classic style and feel, right down to the dash. That's why you have the functioning heat/defrost sliders and even the Delco AM radio still works. It also gets the Super Sport feeling right with a wood-rimmed three-spoke sports wheel, and beyond that is the round gauge setup that even includes a tach.
These Chevelles are known for their big block power, and so it's great to lift the hood and see one with such a tidy display. The bold orange block, clean hoses, bright valve covers, clean air grabber, and correct decals are all part of a package that we know you'll love to show off. In fact, year-correct 396 cubic-inch block was said to have been recently rebuilt by a previous owner. And the way this one runs strong reaffirms its quality care. The V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority out of an X-pipe dual exhaust with Pypes mufflers. So you get some serious power and an irresistible growl when you mash the accelerator. The stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission feeds a 12-bolt rear end. And the boxed trailing arms and rear sway bar firmly keep this power to the ground. The power steering, power brakes, and front discs mean cruising is also easy in this coupe.
This is an iconic Chevelle restored to be the ideal tribute SS. So if you like power, poise, and distinction, you need to call today!
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