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This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle 454 has enhanced big block V8 power, a comfy interior, and the iconic hardtop style you love. And the way the vibrant custom paint extends even to the engine bay makes this muscle car that kind that will have you driving around looking for shows and popping the hood everywhere you park.
Chevy had green shades in this era, but none ever came close to how vivid this neon-like shade that's on this Chevelle. It instantly identifies this as a custom coupe. The modern color has a good gloss and a hint of metallic that gives you radiance every time the sunshine finds the sheet metal. The upgraded headlights even have mean green LED rings. Of course, this eye-catching appeal is heightened further by a well-coordinated blackout. Those dual black racing stripes were painted on top to look stylish against the green while also adding some speedy flair. The same goes for the grille and the 17-inch American Racing wheels. And the premium black vinyl roof is a terrific touch. The sporty style continues on worthwhile upgrades, like the dual power bulge hood and wide dual exhaust tips. And as you look at this one up-close, you can even appreciate the quality in fundamentals. The body panels are well fitted to make sure that the doors shut with confidence and the hood lines up nicely. Plus, the chrome bumpers shine beautifully, the weather-stripping feels fresh, the window glass is clean, and you have the overall feeling of a solid classic.
The full black interior looks great with all the black accents on the outside. The seats, carpeting, headliner, and other fundamentals show quite well. Even the dome light is working. So you'll happily leave the windows rolled down on this pillarless hardtop just so people can get a better look inside. And this is the kind of coupe that was really made to be driven. You have factory-style driver-oriented features like the front bucket seats, a center console, and the horseshoe shifter. Plus, there are great upgrades with the three spoke sports steering wheel on a tilt column and auxiliary gauges under the dash.
The motor looks awesome. It takes a lot of time and effort to get an engine block to color-coordinate in green. It's also joined by the valve covers, pulleys, air grabber, hood hinges, and plenty of accessory details. And it's all set against a tidy black for an award-worthy style. More than just a terrific appearance, you'll love this motor for its substance. This is a 454 cubic-inch V8 upgraded with aluminum heads, a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor, and an Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake. The Hooker headers add muscle while also contributing to the wicked rumble of the dual exhaust. You'll even spot the right supporting components like the Champion aluminum radiator with dual electric fans, the MSD ignition system, Holley electric fuel pump, braided hoses, and the battery in the trunk for better weight distribution. The rear end has also been upgraded to an SS-style machine with a 12-bolt differential, boxed suspension arms, and a sway bar. And the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and new tires make for a true all-around driver.
Complete with maintenance records, this Chevelle has the right attitude for both show and go. So if you love to drive a distinct icon, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!
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