1969 Chevelle SS factory bucket seats console tach dash 12 bolt "L" trim tag!

1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Chevelle
Trim: Super Sport
Year: 1969
Mileage: 111,111
VIN: 136379K
Color: Green
Engine: 396 missing
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Green
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Marion, Indiana, United States
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1969 Chevelle Super Sport
This is the real deal, It has the factory Tach, bucket seats, console 12 bolt rear end (I will check to see if its posi), big block steering column and A/C. Can't be to many real SS projects with a/c left around. The car will need the following- they are rusted to where I would not attempt to repair- trunk pan (one piece),frame horn rusted bad, core support rusted bad, floors I would do a one piece with inner rockers. The outside rockers look real good. Also the package tray has rust, but the crazy thing is its not that bad around the windows or around the wheel lips and wheel houses.
Car has two fuel lines and the tach reds at 5500 so I am pretty sure that it was a hyd lifter car and because it had air. Wheels and tires are nice. Plenty of tread left I would say 85% left.
If no one hits the buy it now button in 5 days I will entertain offers. Please call 765 206 0350 steve. I live one hour north of Indy. Delivery maybe available but you must call first.
3-30-18 rear end is a posi- by spinning the rear end and watching the yoke looks like low 3's gear wise.thanks for all the questions and I can respond quicker to phone calls now that the continual rain has stopped I will roll the car outside for some better photos. I have also been asked what's missing - engine trans of course -I don't have front bumper brackets, and a/c compressor. I am sure some other small stuff. I have the stainless window moldings ect. thanks


If a real Super Sport is worth an extra 5K over a clone of the same quality when done, and we all know it is. Then when it's done you kinda getting the car for peanuts.

4-1-18 I have accepted a tentative offer at $5600, so I am going to lower the buy it now button to 5600. I have made no promises other than when the potential buyer leaves heading my way to see the car, I will hold it at that time. Until then it is for sale at our agreed upon price. 6100-500=$5600