From what you said, I think you would be happiest with an assembly manual. They show how the factory intended the car to be put together. They do not show exploded views of the assemblies (rear,tranny,etc)
All the restoration dealers carry them for individual years. Also there are always several listed on ebay at any one time. Go to ebay.com and do a search for chevelle. Cost on ebay is about $16.00.
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