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I'm not a big fan of this color but I do love the dark blue interior...the combo just works IMO.

Couple of odd things here:

1) Pre-delivery checklist states the engine code is T0313JQ, which is a 265hp 396 code unique to full-size Chevys in '69
2) Kick panel speakers are missing - I believe these were required with the stereo tape system that this car seems to have (it's even on the window sticker)

Pretty car, and seems fairly priced...but I do wonder about these inconsistencies....

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I must say that is the 1st car of that color that I have ever seen that looked ok. Not a fan either and would probably my last choice in factory colors, but I've seen many worse.
 

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:cool: The color looks really good in the photos, I'd love to see it in person. The restoration does not justify the 32K they're asking (Master Cylinder, Vacuum Booster, Air Cleaner, Intake, Carb, Exhaust Manifolds, AIR Equipment, PCV System, Fuel Pump, Heater Hose Nipples, Spark Plug Wires, Battery Cables, etc.)...

The undercarriage is rough looking. The Parking Brake Cables look dangerous, they are not even close to restored...

I have to question that Pre-delivery Inspection Sheet (dated April 22 on a car built during the third week of April -- does that seems like pretty quick shipping?). Usually, the POP was used to "fill-in" the vehicle details...

The seller claims it's "nicely detailed," it's not. But it does have a great deal of potential, just not at 32K.
 

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Legendary Motor Car in Milton ON had one a few years back. I can't remember the year, but it was a fine looking car. I only saw it indoors, but fell in love with the car. Very unique color, that you don't see everyday.

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I see quite a few signs of a very well cared for '69 here.
There was a mono version of the tape player available for '69 and coupled with the AM radio the car was ordered with, that's what you got....no kick panel speakers. Door panels, firewall mat, and many more items typically replaced during restoration due to deterioration, are present on this car. These are what makes this car pretty special IMO.
 

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Missing a very important item. The rear A/C compressor support that bolts to the intake. ( Alum. intake interference ???? :surprise: )
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Legendary Motor Car in Milton ON had one a few years back. I can't remember the year, but it was a fine looking car. I only saw it indoors, but fell in love with the car. Very unique color, that you don't see everyday.

Daren
I was in that area on business, and the guy I was traveling with (from Whitby) took me to their showroom in Milton. They've got some neat stuff in there!
 

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Legendary Motor Car in Milton ON had one a few years back. I can't remember the year, but it was a fine looking car. I only saw it indoors, but fell in love with the car. Very unique color, that you don't see everyday.

Daren
I see the sellers name is LegendaryMotorllc. Could it be the same car?
 

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I was in that area on business, and the guy I was traveling with (from Whitby) took me to their showroom in Milton. They've got some neat stuff in there!
I haven't been there in a few years. Maybe it's time to go back this winter, with a drool bucket of course. 👍
 
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