800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Here's something a lot of us dream about: a 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS tribute that has a major upgrade in big block power, overdrive transmission, upgraded suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes. It's even finished in one of the best colors ever!
Let's start with the paint that's instantly grabbing your attention. Hugger Orange is an iconic Chevy color that we always love to see. But the boldness gets even bolder on a high-quality modern clearcoat application. It gives this the kind of luster that absolutely commands attention upon arrival. And you'll love how the light rolls evenly across the smooth panels for a terrific presentation. Adding to the shine are the mirror-like bumpers and complete trim. Plus, the orange also makes for a nice contrast to the correct SS-style dark pieces like the grille, blackout rear panel, and full-length SS396 stripe. And the theme of power and shine seems to come together nicely on the 17-inch Billet Specialties polished alloys.
The black accenting on the outside gets you ready for the full black interior. You can tell there was a solid investment here by the condition on the upholstery, door panels, carpeting, headliner, and trim to make this feel like a well-respected machine. It all really looks fresh, right down to the knobs on the dash. So they really made this a nice place to spend some time. There's even an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo, and the heater controls show this was a factory A/C car (the components will need to be added and serviced to return functionality.) Of course, this also has the unmistakable look of a driver's machine. You have factory-style SS pieces, like the front bucket seats, center console, and horseshoe shifter. This is joined by modern upgrades like the Billet Specialties sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauge package, and AutoMeter Carbon Fiber Monster tach w/shift light.
The motor looks show-ready with all the shining components radiating from within the dark engine bay. While the exterior badging is a 396, that's a bit of a fib, because you really have a LARGER 427 cubic-inch big block under the hood. Plus, this is a fully-built performance setup. This has all the right power upgrades, like an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, a four-barrel carburetor, and Hedman headers (electric cutouts let you really bring the thunder on-demand.) And this is built with the best supporting components like FabTech valve covers, March serpentine pulley system, MSD ignition, steel braided lines, an Edelbrock water pump, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. So it's a powerful machine that was also built for confident cruising. That's why you also have a 700R4 four-speed automatic from Monster transmission. It gives you both a stout construction and highway-friendly overdrive. This feeds a 12-bolt rear end with Positraction and strong Eaton axles. There's also power steering, an upgraded rear suspension w/sway bar, and the superior stopping power of Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes.
This is a powerful, crisp, and unique machine made from one of the best icons of the muscle car era. So you know you don't want to miss this deal. Call now!
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