Get some sun in this slick convertible muscle car.
The Chevy Chevelle is one of our all-time favorite cars, especially from the era. Even when it wasn’t technically equipped with what it takes the check the muscle car boxes for everyone, even when it has a convertible top and small black Chevy 350 engine, it still passes as the epitome of old-school muscle. Examples like this stunning 1969 Chevy Chevelle Convertible from Clasiq are great collectible cars you can actually drive.
GM made the mid-size Chevelle for a brief 12-year run, but it will always stick out in our minds for the earlier years of the design. In 1969, GM was billing the Chevy Chevelle as “America's most popular mid-size car." The model was redesigned for 1969, and in 1970, it would get the appearance change that would be the most recognizable, leaving the 1969 as a somewhat underappreciated car, that had a beautiful face and plenty of brute.
This very well-cared-for Chevelle was originally painted in Cortez Silver and now sported a Snow White paint. It comes with a new convertible top, and all the chrome and brightwork are excellent on this classic Chevy. Inside, you’ll find black vinyl seats, and pieces that have been refreshed over the years, while keeping the OEM essence.
Powering the Chevy Chevelle is a numbers matching Chevy Small Block 350 with a RV cam and HEI ignition. The engine sends power to the 12 bolt rearend. See it here.