1969 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door Sedan on 2040-cars
Assonet, Massachusetts, United States
1969 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2 DOOR SEDAN
Owned for 15 years, frame
has been removed, sandblasted, painted, new body mounts, front end rebuilt,
brakes rebuilt. Powered by a low mileage, stock 454 cu.in. big block, rebuilt
TH400 automatic transmission and 12 bolt rear. This is a no-rust body, mint
original floors and trunk. Odometer shows 73,600 actual miles! Last inspection
sticker is 1991. Has new C.A.R.S. original seat covers and carpets. Also has
original 4 core Harrison radiator and stock exhaust manifolds, Flowmaster
mufflers. Rare options include:
- Power Disc brakes
- Quick ratio power
- Factory A-C (not working)
- Cruise control (not working)
- Walnut wood wheel (original)
- AM-FM radio (original)
- F-41 sway
- Car has recent paint in original Le Mans Blue.
- Drives excellent
and runs like a bear.
- Also have original broadcast sheet.
- Non- titled car
being from R.I. originally. I have recent transferable registration for title
Terms of Sale:
The vehicle is sold AS IS with no warranty or guarantee of any kind. I have described the car to the best of my ability. Please call with any questions that you may have. 508-644-2438 Shipping is the responsibility of the winning bidder. Car is being sold locally as well. I reserve the right to end this listing at any time. I will accept PayPal for deposit. Remainder of payment will be accepted in cash, check or money order, and must be cleared by bank before being picked up. $1,000 deposit due within 48 hours and full payment due within 7 days of purchase.
Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 for Sale
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