This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu loves to show off some of its premium hardtop style in its little details. But what the big picture here is all about a performance-minded big block muscle car that has the right upgrades, including four-on-the-floor and four-wheel disc brakes. So take a deeper look at classic style that has been built for upgraded fun.
The lines of the '69 Chevelle coupe are some of the most iconic of the era. And not only does this one get noticed for a bold red and good body panels, but also for the way the full package brings together some terrific pieces. It's a true Malibu with the sweeping trim down the rockers giving it a premium look. The dual power dome hood gives it some SS flair. And upgraded details like the crystal clear headlights and 17-inch Torq Thrust wheels let you know this is an upgraded machine. Overall, we like the current presentation of this car. It has a style that makes for a car that you're unafraid to really drive, and as you dig deeper, you can see it was made to enjoy out on the streets. But when a car is clean and complete, it also means you're just a full professional detail away from unleashing shine in case you're looking for an extra-bold red muscle car.
The black interior has a clean and inviting look that also shows off plenty of the right upgrades. While you'll instantly recognize the high-back racing bucket seats as a modern addition, you should also take a moment to see how well integrated this is. Red trim on the floor mats and rear seatbelts go with the new front seats for a thoughtful touch. It's also nice to have upgrades like a cup holder center console, modern USB charging, an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth, and a full speaker system w/subwoofers. But what you'll really notice most about this interior is how it's built to focus on the driver. After all, you not only have the racing seats, but also a three-spoke sports steering wheel, racing pedals, under-dash auxiliary gauges, a large AutoMeter Autogage tach, and a Muncie floor shifter.
The engine bay has the best upgrades of them all. It starts with a 454 cubic-inch V8. This big block was the largest displacement of the series, and we're told (but unconfirmed) that it has been bored .030 over. This V8 also has been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock 2.0 intake, and a nice set of long tube headers. And the upgraded cam makes better use of the power band while also enhancing the tune of the dual exhaust. There's even an upgraded aluminum radiator w/electric fans to help keep this full package running cool. You have complete control over the big power and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. The rear end has high gears to give you quick take-offs, and grippy ZR-rated tires make sure the power gets to the pavement. Braking is even well in hand thanks to four-wheel power discs with drilled and slotted rotors.
This is the iconic coupe that revels in its Malibu style and serious power. So if you're a driver, you know you need to get your hands on this hardtop. Call today!!!