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1969
Chevrolet
Chevelle Malibu Restomod
Stock # 5884-DFW
Engine 402 V8
Transmission 6 Speed Manual
Color Huggar Orange
Interior Black
Mileage 1,669 (Since Built)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Tubular Control Arms with Coilovers
Rear Suspension Type 4 Link with QA1 Adjustable Coilovers
Axle Specification 12 Bolt
Front Wheel Specification 18" American Racing
Rear Wheel Specification 18" American Racing
Front Tire Specification 245/45/ZR18
Rear Tire Specification 275/45ZR18
Options
Seatbelts Power Windows Power Steering Power Locks Power Brakes Fuel Injection Front Disc Brakes Coil-Over Suspension Tilt Wheel Leather Seats Heat Air Conditioning Defrost iPod Compatible Bluetooth Radio AM/FM Radio
Advertised Price
$117,995
OR
$1,081.48
per month
WOW! 402 V8 W/ EFI, TREMEC 6 SPD, A/C, PERFORMANCE SUSPENSION! GREAT BUILD!

You might see muscle cars similar to this 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Restomod rumble into major car shows and win trophies on a regular basis, but not many have the horsepower and modern hardware to back up the looks. Packing a thumping, fuel-injected 402 big-block V8 that's been matched to a Tremec 6-speed manual gearbox, riding on a Power-Tour ready performance suspension, and featuring a spectacular Hugger Orange paint job wrapped around a bespoke TMI black leather interior, this vintage alpha predator is ready to dominate the game in a BIG WAY.

What they say about bright, vivid paint is true – you better have great bodywork or every imperfection will show. It's clear that someone took their time before the slick Hugger Orange paint went down. The '69 Chevelles always look best in attention-grabbing colors, and with nothing more than a black stripe down the profile, this one has a simple yet deliciously brutal look that's extremely appealing. They didn't add an obnoxious hood, but instead chose to go with a moderate dual-cowl unit that only previews the violent snarl underneath, without fully advertising it. Gaps are great all around, which shouldn't be surprising, since virtually ... Please ask for the full description.

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Fort Worth, TX, 76137
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Stock #:
5884-DFW
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Restomod
$117,995

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Stock
5884-DFW
Engine Size
402 V8
Transmission
6 Speed Manual
Miles
1,669 (Since Built)
Location
Fort Worth
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WOW! 402 V8 W/ EFI, TREMEC 6 SPD, A/C, PERFORMANCE SUSPENSION! GREAT BUILD!

You might see muscle cars similar to this 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Restomod rumble into major car shows and win trophies on a regular basis, but not many have the horsepower and modern hardware to back up the looks. Packing a thumping, fuel-injected 402 big-block V8 that's been matched to a Tremec 6-speed manual gearbox, riding on a Power-Tour ready performance suspension, and featuring a spectacular Hugger Orange paint job wrapped around a bespoke TMI black leather interior, this vintage alpha predator is ready to dominate the game in a BIG WAY.

What they say about bright, vivid paint is true – you better have great bodywork or every imperfection will show. It's clear that someone took their time before the slick Hugger Orange paint went down. The '69 Chevelles always look best in attention-grabbing colors, and with nothing more than a black stripe down the profile, this one has a simple yet deliciously brutal look that's extremely appealing. They didn't add an obnoxious hood, but instead chose to go with a moderate dual-cowl unit that only previews the violent snarl underneath, without fully advertising it. Gaps are great all around, which shouldn't be surprising, since virtually every inch of sheetmetal on this car was labored over to get dialed-in, and the result is a car that fits together very well, with doors and a deck lid that shut fairly effortlessly for a car this size. The two-stage urethane paint is in top driver-quality condition with an incredible shine and depth, which is what you need with bright colors to get maximum effect, and the deep finish really makes the stainless trim and chrome pop. It's not a perfect show car, and an imperfection or two in the paint and body might be found upon closer examination, but we're talking about minor imperfections that do nothing to take away the drop-dead gorgeous curb appeal of this Chevelle. Bright bumpers fore and aft, a blacked-out grille with chrome horizontal bars, a blacked-out SS tail panel out back, and clear emblems all around make this car look perfectly put together, and everyone can instantly tell this one is something special with just a quick glance.

From behind the wheel, it's pretty easy to tell that this Chevelle is heavily fortified with modern performance goodies under the hood. The cabin got the full TMI treatment (which is pretty much the best in the business), with black leather-and-suede upholstery held together with Hugger Orange stitches that match the exterior paint finish. Sculpted bucket seats up front are split with a custom center console, bespoke door panels show off awesome designs, and the rear bench seat was stitched to match the buckets, The taut black headliner, plush black carpets, and thick, black dash pad all give the interior a completed look, and even the rear package tray is a bespoke piece filled with speakers, a subwoofer, and an amplifier – further proof that nothing was overlooked inside. It's all incredibly fresh, in fact is still smells new, and because TMI makes really great, really high-end stuff, this Chevelle feels every bit like an exotic inside. A Billet Specialties steering wheel atop an Ididit tilt column anchors the cockpit, and beyond it the SS-spec gauge bezel looks stock at first, until the key strikes and it's revealed that those are in fact Dakota Digital RTX gauges – beautifully illuminated with LED backlighting and Hugger Orange needles. Now that's what we call 'six-figure details'. The custom center console houses switches for the power windows and locks, a set of cup holders, extra storage space, and a tall Hurst shifter topped with a cue-ball knob that manages the 6-speed gearbox below. The black dash features a seamlessly integrated retro-style AM/FM/AUX/BT head unit that powers upgraded speakers in the kick panels and package tray and a full Vintage Air A/C unit that blows ice cold. The back seat barely looks used, color-keyed floormats protect the carpets, seatbelts were added fore and aft, and the entire cabin was lined with sound-deadening materials, suggesting that the guys in charge of the interior really knew what they were doing.

The high-powered, period-correct 402 V8 under the hood wasn't factory-issue, but it's a neat fit in the Chevelle's engine bay and has been built and upgraded into a very impressive runner. Topped with a Holley Sniper EFI Fuel-injected and packing huge horsepower and plenty of torque, the entire drivetrain was professionally installed and wired using a modern American Auto Wire wiring harness, and it runs superbly with the accessories managed by a front-runner serpentine system. Performance goodies include an Offenhauser Port-O-Sonic intake, Sanderson headers, a Holley Hyper-Spark ignition, and a full Flex-O-Lite cooling system that includes an aluminum radiator and dual electric fans. The Tremec T56 6-speed gearbox is a perfect dance partner and spins a heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end that's more than capable of handling all that added power. Underneath, an X-pipe dual exhaust system with Magnaflow mufflers exits under the rear bumper and sounds spectacular, but it's not so overpowering that your neighbors will want to move. It handles superbly thanks to an upgraded suspension that features QA1 tubular control arms, coilovers, and a sway bar up front, along with QA1 coilovers, a sway bar, and 4-link set-up in the rear, while power steering and Wilwood power front disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors make the car very manageable on modern roads. They nailed the stance, too, with a predatory crouch atop American Racing alloys wrapped in staggered Nitto performance radials.

They don't get much better than this, and with only 1669 miles on this killer build, this '69 is barely broken in and ready to dominate for years to come. Call today!

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Features

  • Seatbelts
  • Power Windows
  • Power Steering
  • Power Locks
  • Power Brakes
  • Fuel Injection
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Coil-Over Suspension
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Leather Seats
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Defrost
  • iPod Compatible
  • Bluetooth Radio
  • AM/FM Radio
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Huggar Orange
Interior Color
Black
Transmission Spec
Tremec T56
Rear End
12 Bolt
Front Suspension
Tubular Control Arms with Coilovers
Rear Suspension
4 Link with QA1 Adjustable Coilovers
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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