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  1. Grandma's 1969 Chevelle

    Grandma's 1969 Chevelle

  2. New Member Introductions
    I'm new to this group but I've owned my Chevelle for 30 years. It was the first car I bought in 1983 after enlisting in the Navy and being stationed in Oakland, CA. I bought the 1969 Chevelle Malibu 2 door hard top in Napa, CA. from the original owner. The car has gone through some changes over...
  3. Electrical & Wiring
    As per Coppertops suggestion I have started a new thread instead of unintentionally hijacking another. Where I am at on this: I have referenced Hanes 24020, Chevelle SS Restoration Guide, Wiring diagrams and a couple other books and posts. I have put the car in Neutral, Brakes on (Both the...
  4. Body Shop
    Hi Everyone, So I've had my 1969 Malibu for many years now. When I first got the car she some rust in the usual spots but nothing major. I planned to fix her up when I was in a better place financially but that took longer than I had planned or hoped (doesn't it always). Now the rust has...
  5. Finally Found

    Finally Found

    Her she is the day I found her sitting on the side of a car lot. Some guy traded it in on a mini van because he had a baby on the way. His loss and my gain. I was at the dealer the next day trading in my hot rod Dakota R/T for the car. Straight up trade and I was happy. Although the car looks pretty
  6. American Auto Wire
    The 1969 Mustang Classic Update Series wiring kit will release on Monday, November 8, 2010. The kit is listed under part# 510177 and retails for $699. For more details: http://www.americanautowire.com/comingsoon.html
  7. Chevelle Tech
    I recently purchased a restorable 69 SS that needs transporting from Florida to NJ - any fellow members making a similar trip in the near future that would be willing to help? Any suggestions on a trustworthy transport company to use? Thank you for your advice!
  8. American Auto Wire
    Do you have a 1968-1972 Chevelle station wagon or El Camino? Wondering why we don’t make a Classic Update series kit for you? Well, fear not, because we do. You can use our 1968-1969 Chevelle (part# 510158) and 1970-1972 Chevelle (part# 510105) Classic Update kits with this El Camino and...
  9. American Auto Wire
    American Autowire is proud to release the 1968-1969 Chevelle Classic Update Kit (part number 510158) which retails for $569.00. Classic Update Kits are one of the most complete kits on the market to “Make Wiring THAT Easy”. Designed for specific year, make, and model configurations the...
  10. New Member Introductions
    I just wanted to stop in and say hey. My name's Brian and I live in Greenville, SC, but i'm one of those transplanted yankees (Danbury, CT). I have a 1969 Chevelle project in the works right now, and I'm looking forward to finishing it sometime within the next few years. Right now we're...
  11. 1969 SS 396 - Rochester, MN

    1969 SS 396 - Rochester, MN

    This is my 1969 SS 396 el Camino that I have owned for 30 years
  12. Restoration Corner
    I am looking for a 1969 Chevelle frame for a 2 door hardtop. Preferably for a big block, if that makes a difference. I had someone call, and say they had a frame out of a 1968 4 door that is the same. Now from what I understand, the 4 door is not the same. Can anyone verify this to make sure. I...
  13. Convertibles
    I'm trying to pull the top, frame and vinyl together out of my 69. All six bolts are out but it seems that the last bow, the one that has the top and well liner attached, is too wide to come out. Should this be sliding out as i've read in other posts, or do I have to remove that last bar? It is...
  14. COPO in Black

    COPO in Black

    We had the Chevelle painted black in the summer of 1972.
  15. Our COPO 427 Engine

    Our COPO 427 Engine

    L72 427, 425 hp engine. MQ code.
  16. Our New COPO Chevelle

    Our New COPO Chevelle

    The car was new at the time of this photo.
  17. New COPO Chevelle

    New COPO Chevelle

    The car was new at the time of this photo.
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