1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396
The Cleanest Chevelle on the Planet
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Monet had the Mona Lisa. Michelangelo had the Sistine Chapel. Our client has this car. Garage Kept Motors is pleased to present the cleanest Chevelle we've ever had for sale. It is truly a work of art and has been professionally restored to the highest degree of perfection. You won't find a nicer one. Pictures don't do it justice. The project began ten years ago when our client purchased the car from an elderly man in Peublo, Colorado. At the time, he was using it as a daily commuter to his job at a quarry mine. The car then came to West Michigan in 2008, where a lengthy and expensive frame-off restoration commenced. We have documented photos and a binder full of receipts for the entire process. After it was finished, the car was honored as a Feature Car at the 2017 All GM by Berger show and a Gold finish at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals. It scored 996 out of 1,000 points.
The car was professionally repainted in factory original Dust Blue Metallic (code 51). The interior was refinished in factory original Aff. Parchment with Bucket Seats and Black carpet. The motor is a proper date coded 396 L35 with correct casting numbers. It has been bored .30 over, Balanced, and Blueprinted with Ported Polished Heads by Performance Engineering of Jenison, MI - one of the best in the business. It has 10.6:1 Compression, JE Forged Pistons, Comp Cam's Full Roller Motor, GM Large Oval Port Heads, Holley Terminator EFI, Doug's Headers and Eddies Motorsports S-Drive Serp System. The car was professionally Dyno'd at 430hp and 450ft. lbs. of torque. The Transmission is a 1991 Camaro 700R4 with 2nd/4th Billet Servo's/5 Pinion Planetary, Dual Transmission Coolers, GForce Trans Crossmember, Manual Valve Body, Lockup Torq Converter, 1800 Stall, and Extra Capacity Aluminum Finned Pan with Temp Sesnor. Rear axle is Original GM 12 Bolt, 3.55 Gear with Eaton Limited Slip Post, 1350 U Joints, Disc Brake Conversion, and Diff Cover Cap Braces with Custom Engraved “Chevelle” casing. The Frame/Suspension components include a Powder Coated Frame, Axel and Suspension Comp., Hotchkiss TVS System, Global West Offset Cross Shafts, Stainless Steel Brakes Lines, Powder Coated Calipers, Drilled and Slotted Rotors, and Energy Suspension Bushings and Mounts. What sets this car apart from others is all original GM sheet metal and trim (Southern Colorado Car), Classic Auto AC, Full Dynamat Interior, Custom Front Bucket Seats with Legendary Interior, Updated Seat Belts, Dakota Digital Dash, LED Tail Lights, EMS Billet Hood Hinges and Latch, AGR Quick Ratio Steering Box with Moog Comp, USA 630 Stereo with 6 Speakers/iPod and MP3 Capability, Custom Machined SS Horn Button, 3-inch Stainless Pypes Exhaust with X-Pipe System Custom Welded, Stainless EFI Gas Tank, Painted and Cleared Body Stripes.
Since completion, the car has on 217 miles recorded. Its brand new with zero corners cut nor expenses spared during the build. You won't find a cleaner Chevelle, guaranteed. Turn-key and ready for a new garage. 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 8-Cylinder
37 - Body: 2-Door Sport Coupe
9 - Year: 1969
K - Assembly Plant: Kansas City, Missouri
437656 - Production Sequence
Data Plate Decoder:
69 13637 - Style: 1969 Chevrolet Malibu V8 2-Door Sport Coupe
KAN296259 - Body: Kansas City Assembly Plant/Fisher Body Number
791 - Trim: Aff. Parchment Coated Fabric Bucket Seats (black carpet and dash)
51 51 - Paint: Dusk Blue
04D - Build Date: 4th Week of April, 1969