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1969
Chevrolet
Corvette
Stock # 7696-CHA
Engine 468 V8
Transmission 4 Speed Manual
Color Silver
Interior Black
Mileage 9,333 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Coil Spring
Rear Suspension Type Transverse leaf spring
Axle Specification Corvette Rear End
Front Wheel Specification 15"
Rear Wheel Specification 15"
Front Tire Specification 225/70R15
Rear Tire Specification 225/70R15
Options
Cassette Player Seatbelts Power Steering Power Brakes Four Wheel Disc Brakes Vinyl Interior Tilt Wheel Heat T-Tops Defrost AM/FM Radio
Documentation
Build Receipts Dyno Sheet Service Manuals
Advertised Price
$49,995
OR
$458.23
per month
MONSTER 468 V8, SOUNDS AWESOME, 4SPD TRANS, RUNS/DRIVES STRONG, GR8 COLOR COMBO!

This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette hits all the high notes: a powerful big block V8 built for battle, a quick-shifting 4-speed gearbox that can handle all those horses, and a gorgeous Silver-on-Black color combination. While the early 'Vettes get a lot of attention, chrome bumpers like this '69 are gaining a foothold in the Corvette market – with a timeless 'Coke Bottle' design and off-the-charts good looks that excite fans from every generation.

Originally born with Code 983 Fathom Green paint, at some point in the not-too-distant past, this '69 coupe was comprehensively repainted in the electric Silver shade you see today. Although green certainly has its virtues, vibrant color like silver is the perfect dance partner for the early C3 design, and this particular 1969 Corvette makes quite an entrance everywhere it goes. Few cars will attract more attention than a vintage Corvette with a sculpted big block hood, especially when it's badged with custom 'stingrays' on either side that can scare children away. 1969 was the second year of the brand new Zora Duntov-designed C3, which was engineered to improve the aerodynamics of the C2 (which Zora himself decried as having “the aerodynamics of a bad ... Please ask for the full description.

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800 Derita Road
Concord, NC, 28027
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Stock #:
7696-CHA
1969 Chevrolet Corvette
$49,995

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Stock
7696-CHA
Engine Size
468 V8
Transmission
4 Speed Manual
Miles
9,333 (Unknown)
Location
Charlotte
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MONSTER 468 V8, SOUNDS AWESOME, 4SPD TRANS, RUNS/DRIVES STRONG, GR8 COLOR COMBO!

This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette hits all the high notes: a powerful big block V8 built for battle, a quick-shifting 4-speed gearbox that can handle all those horses, and a gorgeous Silver-on-Black color combination. While the early 'Vettes get a lot of attention, chrome bumpers like this '69 are gaining a foothold in the Corvette market – with a timeless 'Coke Bottle' design and off-the-charts good looks that excite fans from every generation.

Originally born with Code 983 Fathom Green paint, at some point in the not-too-distant past, this '69 coupe was comprehensively repainted in the electric Silver shade you see today. Although green certainly has its virtues, vibrant color like silver is the perfect dance partner for the early C3 design, and this particular 1969 Corvette makes quite an entrance everywhere it goes. Few cars will attract more attention than a vintage Corvette with a sculpted big block hood, especially when it's badged with custom 'stingrays' on either side that can scare children away. 1969 was the second year of the brand new Zora Duntov-designed C3, which was engineered to improve the aerodynamics of the C2 (which Zora himself decried as having "the aerodynamics of a bad airplane") via its 'Coke Bottle' shape and upward arched fenders that all work together to create one of the most dynamic cars ever made in America. Of course, it doesn't hurt that the panels are very straight, with good prep over well-preserved original fiberglass with no signs of past damage or abuse. Thanks to that conscientious preservation and great prep work, the silver paint laid down very nicely when applied a few years back. Although it's not a perfect showroom finish, it looks relatively fresh, very bright and shiny, and impresses everyone who passes by. Sure, there are some minor imperfections here and there, but nothing would scare anyone away, and the majority could be easily remedied with a comprehensive buff-and-wax. Gaps are about par for the course on a C3, although these ornate aftermarket hoods can always be slightly inconsistent. The rest of the panels line up very straight, and almost everyone prefers the chrome bumper end caps found on the early C3 models. Paint-matched T-Tops are highly desirable options that quickly transform this coupe into an open-air cruiser, and they fit nicely and snug whenever you need shelter from the storm. When removed, you can elevate the wind-in-your-hair experience by popping out that rear window. Yup, that window comes out in this model! 1969 was the first year the 'Stingray' moniker became one word on the Corvette. The fender badges accurately reflect that compound change, and they shine brightly with the door hardware, side mirrors, trim around the lower front grilles, and brightwork encircling the taillights.

The interior is just as dialed-in as the exterior, starting with the beautiful, factory-optioned black standard vinyl bucket seats that were faithfully reupholstered and are every bit as comfortable as they look. Crisp, black door panels, a matching crack-free dash, and plush carpets give it a highly polished look that's been lightly broken in, and the 3-spoke steering wheel, dash, center console accents, and bright chrome shifter add just a touch of contrast to the otherwise all-black driver's compartment. Like many big block muscle cars, options are sparse, but you get seatbelts, a center console, a tilt wheel, and an AM/FM/Cassette radio installed in the factory slot. Clear gauges show crisp markings and bright needles, both ahead of the driver and in the center stack, and the middle console and dash pad are matching black and show only slight wear, likely from someone holding on for dear life, while the monster under the hood terrorized the neighborhood.

This C3 will also eat lesser machines on the road for breakfast, thanks to the powerful 454 V8 big block under the hood that's been built up and punched out to 468 cubes. With a stout horsepower registering on the dyno at 383, and torque topping out at 437 lb-ft, it's the smart choice for the guy or gal who likes to drive his Corvette. Built with Brodix aluminum heads, a big 4-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, long-tube headers, and a giant aluminum radiator, it's an extremely powerful engine with plenty of pop-up-and-down throttle. It's also very reliable – with continued regular maintenance – and can easily be serviced just about anywhere GM vehicles are accepted, with decent service access thanks to a wide engine bay. Beautifully presented with Chevy Orange paint on the block, chrome valve covers, and a chrome air cleaner up top, the engine bay is not overly detailed but certainly nice enough to show off with great pride. Those headers, as mentioned earlier, feed into a throaty X-pipe dual exhaust system that sounds downright erotic when at full bore. However, it's not so overbearing that you're deafened inside the cabin at idle. The numbers-matching Muncie M22 4-speed manual transmission is still in place as the big block's perfect dance partner, and it spins what is likely the original rear end filled with street-friendly gears that can easily handle the big block's mountainous torque curve to make acceleration entertaining at any speed. Factory Rallye wheels give the 'Vette a traditional performance look, and they're wrapped in beefy 225/70/15 BFGoodrich Silvertown redlines with plenty of tread left.

Offered with loads of build receipts and maintenance records, an original service manual, and a Dyno sheet, this dialed-in big block C3 has the looks and performance to satiate any car lover. Looking good and ready to rock, this beauty won't last long. Call today!

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Features

  • Cassette Player
  • Seatbelts
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Heat
  • T-Tops
  • Defrost
  • AM/FM Radio
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Documentation

  • Service Manuals
  • Dyno Sheet
  • Build Receipts
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Silver
Interior Color
Black
Transmission Spec
Muncie M22
Rear End
Corvette Rear End
Front Suspension
Coil Spring
Rear Suspension
Transverse leaf spring
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Disc
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