69 real SS non#matching Chevelle.
Here are some of the details:
Engine: 454 - 550HP 10:1 compression, 4 bolt
Edelbrock RPM power package- aluminum heads,
hydraulic cam, intake, roller rockers
Carter HP mechanical fuel pump
K&N filter lid
Hooker super comp headers 2 1/2" exhaust with
2 chamber Flowmaster mufflers
Twin electric cooling fans
GM 4 core radiator
Duel oil filters
Power brakes - front disc, rear drums
Transmission: Turbo 400
GM High Performance Stall (2500)
12 bolt posi rear end 3:55 gears
Strange 31 spline axles
Lakewood ladder bars (upper brackets are off,
Suspension is stock with polyurethane
bushings, SKB shocks, all front suspension
parts are powder coated including the
radiator support, inner fender wells. Very
clean engine compartment.
Centerline rims: 15x3 1/2" front, 15x8 rear
Chrome hood hinges
Body: straight, no dents, it was painted back
in '90 by previous owner. The paint is in
good shape but not a show car but still looks
great for the local cruise. There are some
rust spots in the usual spots on these cars
(lower fenders). I treated the rust with
neutralizer and encapsulated it. The car
stays in the garage and doesn't see rain. I
bought the car in '93, built the motor and
transmission and detailed the front end in
'95. Has roughly 3,000 miles on it since
Chrome trim is in very good shape. Front
bumper chrome is still very good but has a
stress crack in the center top. Back bumper
is in decent shape but showing signs of age.
Interior: needs one. LOL!
The headliner is in good shape.
No carpet.( I have a brand new carpet kit in
The rear seat is in good condition.
Front seats are from a 70's Camaro, nothing
Door panels are in ok condition. No rear
Dash pad is dry with one crack.
Tilt steering column with Grant wheel.
Stock SS gauge cluster with tach.
Center console. I have the top and other
parts for that. But needs some work.
Windows: Very good condition. Sides and back
Weather stripping on doors and windows need
Trunk: very good condition, floors,sides have
been treated with rust prevention and
The car is a real SS, originally it was Olive
Green with a 4 speed. Previous owner changed
it to an automatic. I've kept the car in the
garage the whole time I've owned the car
Just don't drive the car that much so it's
time to sell it to someone who will.
|Listed Price||$25,000|| |
Excluding price changes of less than $100.