4610 Pet Lane
This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 has a sleek and awesome color package, and there's plenty of big block V8 power under the hood. Plus, you're going to love the paperwork that shows this car's Super Sport pedigree.
You're going to love looking at items like the dealer invoice. It tells you this started life as a California car, and it even shows the SS396 in the accessories. That makes for something quite special, and so we know why they would invest in a high-quality respray. The factory-correct Cortez Silver has an excellent gloss and shine. It's laid over well-fitting body panels, and so you get a crisp look on one of the most iconic Chevys of all time. Bright bumpers, complete trim, and SS mag wheels give this an overall look of quality. What's particularly attractive is that this also has a well-coordinated dark side with the premium vinyl roof, SS grille, tail panel, and full-length SS stripe all finished in black.
We love it when the vinyl roof is also a preview of the interior color. This has a sharp look that still loves to keep its vintage style. So there's a correct and clean presentation on the door panels, headliner, carpeting, and button-top seating. Even the Delco AM radio is there for display. And because this is a Super Sport, it's built for driving. You get high-back front bucket seats, a center console in-between, and the iconic horseshoe shifter. The dual-spoke steering wheel is on a tilt column, and so it gives you a clear view to the full gauge panel with tach in the center.
The engine bay has a nice style because the dark and tidy inner fender walls really funnel your attention to the bright big block in the middle. This SS396 has an era-correct 396 cubic-inch V8, and it was built for performance. That means inhaling deeper with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock Performer RPM high rise intake. And the dual exhaust has a nice set of Flowmasters on them for a sweet big block tune. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is a stout but smooth unit, and it feeds a 12-bolt rear end. There's also power steering, power brakes, and front discs to keep this a good all-around driving package.
The sale comes complete with some rare paperwork, like the (protecto-o-plate) warranty card. And remember, both the bill of sale and dealer invoice list this as a 396. It gives us confidence in calling this a real-deal SS396, and that makes for a terrific-looking muscle car that also has a pedigree. Call today!!!
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