1969 Chevy Concours 6 passenger wagon, this has
the hidden trunk in the back instead of another seat.
Concours is the deluxe trim model for 1969.
Original Turbo fire 4 barrel 350 v8 car with factory air,
tinted glass, hidden wipers, dual tailgate with power
window, automatic, 12 bolt 2.73 rear end.
These Chevelle body wagons are a really nice size,
good looking with enough space to be useful.
Runs great, very reliable and ready for a comfortable
long distance trip. Well maintained drivetrain &
suspension with many upgrades. Recent new carb,
distributor, radiator, tires, water pump, belts, hoses
etc. I have a file full of receipts and a notebook that
will go with the car.
I trust the car to drive any distance without trouble. It
has never stranded us. In 2017 we drove this in its
current state from Southern California to Yosemite and
on to Hetch Hetchy and back. We had a great trip with
the wagon only needing to stop for gas. Gas mileage is
about 14 in town or traffic and around 20 on the open
highway at 75+. I have driven this in everything from
the desert at 118 degrees to mountains in the winter
as cold as 4 degrees and it is at home in either.
Car still looks good but with the paint being 21 years
old now I consider it a "20 footer". There is some minor
body work on the rear drivers side & some rust in the
The car has been in the family since 1971 when my
father bought it from the original owner. I have had it
since the early 90s. Odometer has turned over twice,
actual mileage is 236,323.
Car was partially restored in 1996 - 97 with body &
paint, Suspension & Interior work. It was my daily
driver for the next 10 years.
In 2002 the front bench seat was replaced with power
leather buckets from a Chrysler 300m and the rear
seat redone in matching vinyl. The front seats have
some wear. Carpet was done at the same time and has
some fading. Headliner is good. Stereo is Alpine with
Has only been painted the one time in 1997 with PPG
polyurethane enamel. Paint shows it's age with chips,
small dings and some rust spots in the usual places on
the lower panels. Some rust at bottom of rear windows
but it is not rotted out. Chrome and trim are original.
Grill is original but the plastic is deteriorating.Dash
pad is original and has some cracks.
A new windshield was installed less than 5000 miles
ago so it is very clear. The car runs strong and handles
well for a wagon. Everything works. The AC
compressor has been rewired with a toggle switch to
allow the defrost to be used without running the
The current engine is a GM performance Vortec head
350 HO crate motor. 330 horsepower / 380 ft lbs with
Edelbrock performer intake, Thunder series
carburetor, Pertronix HEI III distributor (multi spark
w/rev limiter), Hi flow water pump, 120 amp CS 144
alternator, HD aluminum radiator, RV clutch with
original fan and shroud, 2 & 4 gauge battery and
alternator cables, small permanent magnet Delco style
starter & Doug Thorley tri-y headers. Engine has less
than 40,000 miles on it. Carburetor, distributer, water
pump, radiator, belts, hoses etc. have less that 2,500
Transmission is TH 350 built with ATI 2.75 low gear
set, HD roller clutch race, HD rear sprag, machined
pistons with the max number of clutches in all packs,
wide direct drum bushing, HD band, Transgo HD Valve
body kit and complete rebuild with all rings, bushings,
washers, Alto clutches and steels. Torque converter is
a Hughes GM 11-tow, more stall at take off but tighter
at cruise. Large external cooler and filter. Trans has
53,173 miles on it.
Wheels are 70s 14" x 7" 6 slot chevy rally's using the
car's original hub caps & 225-70 all season GT tires by
Cooper with less than 2500 miles. Spare is same size
tire on matching rally wheel.
Front suspension has factory disk brakes, AGR quick
ratio power steering box & pump, tubular lower arms,
Global west 500 in lb springs, Moog
bushings, balljoints etc.1 & 1/8" factory sway bar.
Rear suspension has HD Moog springs & bushings,
Airlift 100 Air bags, KYB gas adjust shocks & 1" sway
bar. Complete rear end bearing job 72,000 miles ago.
New Superior Axles & bearings were installed 24,000
This is a good car to keep and drive as is or for
someone who would want to re-do the exterior &
interior and not have to worry about the drivetrain.
Please ask any and all questions. I've done all the work
myself so know the car inside and out. I have tried to
be complete and accurate in the description.
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