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This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle takes the time to give you everything you want. It's an SS tribute that has a mean dark style and that's backed up by serious big block muscle. And above all, it delivers on the satisfaction of driving an icon.
The black paint is as dark as midnight. It also has a great shine thanks to a solid investment in a professional hand applying it. There's less than 2k miles on the full build. So the fresh luster adds definition to the clean lines of the straight body. The purple racing stripes are painted on and have a hint of metallic sparkle. So when the light hits them just right, it reveals a whole new dimension to this car. There's plenty of extra shine coming off the chrome bumpers and those American Racing Torq Thrust alloys. And those wheels have an 18/20-inch front/rear stagger to give you an awesome stance. The intimidation is further turned up with all the right Super Sport upgrades, like the twin power domes in the hood, SS badges, and blackout grille and rear panel.
The interior continues the midnight style, and it clearly shows off all the best features. It starts with the high-back bucket seats and a center console which gives it the true muscle car aggression. The smooth dash pad, taut headliner, and clean carpeting are more signs of a low mileage build. This is a detail-oriented package, and so you'll appreciate little things like textured inserts in the door panels and the button top seatbacks. Plus, the retro-style AM/FM stereo with upgraded speakers mean you have ideal driving tunes. You'll slip behind the three-spoke Chevy steering wheel, and everything from the classic horseshoe shifter to the clear gauges w/tach means this is a driver's hardtop.
Under the hood, the smooth black inner walls funnel your attention to the bold motor in the middle. Not only does this have a show-ready shine, but also while the exterior callouts say 396, this is actually a LARGER 454 cubic-inch unit. Plus, this has been upgraded further with a Quick Fuel Brawler four-barrel carburetor, a Holley intake, and Hedman headers. And the rather straight pies feeding the dual exhaust give you the right muscle car rumble. There are also the right supporting components, like the steel braided lines and a Champion aluminum radiator. The full package is built correctly with stout components that also help with the everyday drive. For example, you have an upgraded tubular A-arm front suspension. And the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is the ideal balance of stout and smooth. You've also got power steering, power brakes, front discs, and the grip of performance Ironman sport tires.
This is the iconic coupe with a dark/sleek style and a seriously strong heart. So you know you can't let this distinctively aggressive SS tribute slip away. Call today!!!
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