Follow up to those asking for more info and pix on '69!
I posted last week about a 69 (Standard) Chevelle that my father-in-law purchased with no rust in about 2004, and he spent the last 15 years updating and renewing all of the cars' systems and components, as well as a gorgeous re-paint in the original color. Several people here asked for more information before helping me know what to ask for it (I've been tasked with selling it as he's now in a more structured living arrangement and no longer drives.) I took some photos that are attached of everything that I could, but happy to take and post additional when I can as I don't live close to where the car is currently being stored.
The basics: 1969 Chevelle Malibu, originally had the 350 engine and automatic transmission, maroon metallic with black vinyl top. The car now has 81,500 original miles.
Engine: GM 383 crate engine w/throttle body, 425hp @5500 rpm. MSD Atomic EFI Ignition, Less than 1,000 miles on this engine.
Transmission: HD 2004R Automatic with lockup control, locally built and installed.
Diff: 12-bolt, 4:10 ratio, posi-trac. Brakes: all converted to discs. Suspension: all new control arms and springs, Global West brand.
Also new: power rack and pinion; HD starter, variable speed fan motor, ac system, aeromotive fuel system, Rally wheels w/ trim rings, Firehawk Indy 500 tires--235/70/15 fronts and 275/60/15 backs.
Interior: All new seats, door panels, carpets, dash pad, package shelf, headliner. New vinyl roof, rear window area sealed to prevent common rust problem under back window.
Paint: Multiple color coats and clearcoats in original maroon metallic to match original paint under hood, trunk, door jambs, etc. Paint is like new, don't believe that there is a chip, ding or bad spot to be seen.
I know that there are many more things that I just don't know enough to ask about, but hopefully there's enough here so that you folks who are experts can give me some direction on what it's worth!
Thanks again for your time and input, I appreciate it! (Sorry about the photos that are on their sides or upside down, I couldn't figure out how to use the editor) --Don (New2Chevelles)