1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Clone 396/402 Lemans Blue Black Interior

1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Chevelle
Type: Coupe
Trim: SS
Year: 1969
Mileage: 696,969
VIN: 133379B410841
Color: Blue
Engine: 396
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, United States

Description for Chevrolet Chevelle 1969

Purchased this car in November of 2002 from a gentleman in Ohio who was racing it. My intention was to convert it back to a more reliable, yet fast, street car. Motor was rebuilt in 2003 to be approximately 450 horsepower. You'll see in the pictures that the car has a 250 horsepower NOS kit on it, but the current engine has not been tuned to use it. I was planning to take it off, but kept it on mainly because it looked cool. The rebuilt motor has about 12 hours of running time on it. I rebuilt it and then moved and had the car stored in a friends multi car garage until I could come and get it. Drove it to my garage in 2006. I would drive it 20 minutes to work on an occasional sunny day Friday. In 2008, I was working on the belt alignment for thepower steering. The power steering serpentine belt would walk off under any load. Unfortunately, I experienced a job change that had me on the road more than at the house for a few years and the car has just been sitting in my garage with the power steering disassembled ever since. I'm selling the car as-is. Here is what you need to know about the car. As most others don't give full disclosure for a classic weekend project muscle car... here is mine:
Mechanical needs:
  • Belt alignmentkit (they make this now, but not back then)
  • Reseal water pump (from loosening power steering bolts brackets)
  • Transmissionpan gasket (I have a case of trick shift and a gasket/filter that will come with the car)
  • Oil change (just from sitting so long)
  • Recommend rebuilding the electric fuel pump and replacing fuel filter (again from the sitting)
  • Windshield wipers (I have the wipers, but the cowl hood needs to be trimmed a bit so they clear it)
  • Left rear drum break caliper was leaking when I last drove it in 2008
  • Rewire fuel level gauge
  • Rear window; drivers side has a slow drip when I washed the car
  • Speedo mph is off due to rear gear ratio; mileage isn't accurate
  • 396 bored to a 402; line honed in 2003
  • Ported cast iron heads
  • ATI Super Damper Harmonic Balancer
  • Holley 750 CFM Double Pumper
  • MSD 6A Ignition and Blaster 2 Coil
  • Roller rockers with Crane Cams stud girdles
  • K&N AirFilter
  • March serpentine pulley kit
  • Polyurethaneengine mounts
  • 4 core radiator
  • I've provided a pic of cam spec sheet
  • Late model mini starter; cranks over the big block without as much battery strain
  • 3 inch exhaust form the headers; dumps after the rear axle (sounds amazing when running)
  • Full manual valve body TH350 automatic transmission; 3500 rpm stall converter
  • B&M Pro Stick Shifter w/ Reverse Lockout
  • 12 Bolt Chevy rear with 4:56 gearratio
  • Front disc brakes; rear drum
  • 250 HP NOS Kit with spare bottle and 2 bottle blankets
  • Trunk mounted battery
  • Emergency battery cut-off switch
  • Holley Electric Fuel Pump and in line filter; rear mounted w/ metal safety splash guard
  • GM Lemans Blue
  • Fiberglass 4" Cowl Induction hood
  • Body has some small blemishes (shown in pics) that I inherited when I purchased the car; ding on front passenger fender, scrape on rear taillightbezeland bumper, small paint chips on hood
  • Chevy Rally Wheels
  • Black Headlight "eyelids"
  • Water resistant car cover that has only been used indoors
  • Black with buckets
  • Front race lap belts
  • Aftermarket steering wheel
  • Racing tachometer
  • Radio and speakers are not hooked up and no antennaon the car ( believe this is becausethe prior owner was buildingit for racing and didn'tcare about these things; I just never got to it)
If I think of anything else, I will make updates and add pictures. Please don't hesitate to ask any additional questions!