1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Concours Wagon
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Garage Kept Motors is pleased to offer one of the cleanest, and baddest Wagons on the block. This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Concours Wagon is proudly owned by TorqStorm, a local Supercharger manufacturer, and was used as their promo vehicle to display what their products are capable of. If you haven't heard of TorqStorm, do yourself a favor and Google them. They are a cutting-edge company and build the best Superchargers in the industry, in our opinion. We love them so much, we've even outfitted our own vehicles with their superchargers.
The “TorqWagon” offered here is originally from North Carolina, remains rust free, and has two TorqStrom Superchargers. It is powered by a 350 SBC with a 700R4 transmission that was rebuilt for up to 800hp. It has the Twin TorqStorm Supercharger Kit ($7,000 value) that gives 417 horsepower to the rear-wheels, 600 at the crank. Other upgrades include a Holley Terminator EFI professionally tuned by Steve Morris, Holley Fuel Pump and Filters, MSD Ignition, 12-Bolt Rear End with Moser Axels, Dakota Digital Gauges, Retrosound Radio, TMI Bucket Seats, New Frostbite Radiator, New Old Air Products AC, Redline Lumtronix Headlights, Dual Exhaust, and American Racing Wheels. You simply cannot build this car, with this type of performance, for the price offered here. Just 3,700 miles recorded since built.
The car was resprayed a couple years ago in factory original Glacier Blue paint. Black Yenko-style TorqStorm graphics were then added to give it some awesome curb appeal. The rear tailgate window rolls down and the door swings open or folds down for plenty of storage when needed. Wagons are rare commodities and ones this nice are few and far between. The car has been completely dialed in by the best gear heads we know. Starts, runs, and drives exceptionally well, and being a southern wagon, has zero rust. Turn-key ready and ready for new home. You'll be the only one at the local drive in or car show with one like this, we guarantee it. 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.
1 - GM Division: Chevrolet
36 - Series: Malibu and Concours Station Wagon 8-Cylinder
36 - Body Style: 4-Door Station Wagon, 2 Seat, Dual Tailgate
9 - Model Year: 1969
K - Assembly Plant: Kansas City, MO
421507 - Production Sequence Number
Trim Tag Decoder:
69 13636 - Style: 1969 Chevrolet Concours Station Wagon 4-Door, 2 Seat, Dual Tailgate
KAN281883 - Body: Kansas City Assembly Plant/Fisher Body Number
764 - Trim: Dark Blue Vinyl
53 - Paint: Glacier Blue
03C - Build Date: 3rd Week of March