1969 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS 396
This is a Monaco Orange SS 396 convertible with correctly detailed numbers matching 396/325 HP engine and correct GM hoses, clamps and markings, a Muncie M22 “Rock
Crusher” 4-speed manual transmission and a 12-bolt 3.31:1 Positraction rear end. Air conditioning leads the list of comfort and convenience features in the black bench-seat
interior that includes Soft Ray-tinted glass, power steering and brakes, wood-rimmed steering wheel with tilt column,
AM/FM radio with 8-track tape player and deluxe seat belts. It is correctly finished right down to its T3 headlights,
engine detailing, trunk mat, spare tire and jack assembly. This show-quality SS396 convertible rides on F41 suspension
and Goodyear Polyglas F70-15 tires on restored SS wheels with NOS trim rings. Also included with purchase is NCRS
shipping data report and 3” binder of receipts and restoration process.
GENERAL MOTORS SET THE STANDARD IN THE ‘60s AND ‘70s
1970 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SX CONVERTIBLE
Oldsmobile produced only 890 W-32 models with an unknown number of them being convertibles making it among the rarest Oldsmobile muscle cars of the period.
This 1970 Cutlass SX W-32 convertible was a 2-owner car that was cared for by the previous owner for 35 years and has been part of the same collection for the last 4 years.
The car features a 455/365 HP engine, Turbo 400 automatic transmission, Dual Gate shifter, air conditioning, Tic-Toc-Tach, power bucket seats, power locks, power windows,
power trunk release, AM/FM radio with 8-track player, factory cruise control, tilt steering column, W25 fiberglass hood and W27 rear end aluminum cover. Don’t miss this
opportunity to own a rare piece of Oldsmobile history!