1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
True Super Sport - Fully Restored in 2012 - LeMans Blue Paint - 454 bored out to a 468 V8 - Fi-Tech Fuel Injection - 3.73 12 Bolt Rear End - Rebuilt and Upgraded Transmission Bucket Seats with Center Console - Power Brakes and Power Steering - Headers and Aluminum Radiator - Tubular Upper and Lower Control Arms - All New Interior and New Gas Tank - Over $80k Invested - Clean and Fast Classic Chevelle
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Fans of the classic Chevy muscle car the Chevelle invariably have a favorite model year. Whether it's the '66 with the simpler lines that were very similar to the GTO, or the '72 that was very muscular looking and had a natural forward rake, this Chevelle may have you questioning what year your favorite is. If the 1969 is your favorite year anyway, pick that phone up and give us a call! This is a gorgeous car that's been properly restored, very tastefully modified, and finished in the factory correct LeMans Blue over a black interior. This is an awesome car that is worthy of any Chevelle fan's consideration.
Despite the way the car is badged, this Chevelle has a 454 engine that was bored out to a displacement of 468ci. There's no replacement for displacement right? This car makes all the right noises, and pumps out a lot of power. An FI Tech fuel injection system was installed, and sits neatly under the '396 V8' badged air cleaner. Even at a quick glance, it is obvious that the engine is more than a 396 - the big aluminum valve covers give that away pretty quickly. Other engine highlights include an Edelbrock intake manifold, headers, and a 12 bolt 3.73 rear end. The underside of the car is clean and solid and from that vantage point the tubular control arms, headers, TCI Automotive transmission pan, and exhaust with turned down tips that end just before the new fuel tank.
Properly restored, this car's body panels are solid and line up as they should. As we mentioned earlier, the car is finished in the color it left the Baltimore production plant wearing, LeMans Blue. Horizontal Yenko-style white stripes add a little hint that there's more than meets the eye in this Chevelle. All the details are there and are in great condition from the trim, to the bumpers, to the factory correct SS 396 badging. (Even if there isn't a 396 under the hood.) A forward rake that looks to be just a little more extreme than stock, and a Moroso kill switch are the only outwardly noticeable modifications to the exterior.
Going along with the factory look with tasteful modifications build style, the interior offers a few mods mixed in with the factory styling. The first noticeable items that are not stock are the AutoMeter gauges and shift light which are carefully mounted on a brand new dashboard. The rest of the interior retains factory styling although according to the trim tag, the car left the factory with cloth bucket seats rather than vinyl. A Custom AutoSound radio with AUX port provides tunes, although you may go quite a long time without even touching the radio as the sound of the engine is better than hearing classic bands like Foghat on the radio. There may not be much of a 'SlowRide' in this Chevelle.
Now that we've got that classic rock song in your head, and you may even be thinking of your younger days, take some time to consider this classic muscle car for your garage. Whether your favorite Chevelle body style is a 1969 or not, this car could quickly change your mind, and we guarantee that one drive in this car will put a smile on your face. Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.