This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 is a real-deal Super Sport with its attractive factory-correct color combo, four-on-the-floor, and an era-correct big block V8 under the hood. And as you look over the full package, youll see that they also gave it the right upgrades to make this a classic you were meant to really drive. This has a well-coordinated sporty style. The factory-correct Butternut Yellow is a clean and classic color that makes for a nice backdrop for the black details. This includes the Sport Coupe black lower section, tinted glass, blackout SS grille, backout rear panel, and the side stripes that are exclusive to the 1969 Chevelle Super Sport. Its all about muscle car fun more than being a showpiece, and so the fit and finish is driver-quality and driver-ready. And this one loves to turn the power car style up a few notches. Thats why you have a sporty red stripe separating the lower black section and four tailpipes instead of the standard two. The wheels are an especially nice upgrade where the Torq Thrust units have a 17/18 front rear aggressive stance that all can fit better modern tires. The black interior goes with the overall color theme, and the clean and comfortable feeling continues the driver-ready impression. That also means its easy to hop in and enjoy on a whim. You have the right details for a good cruiser, like front bucket seats with a center console in between, a newer three-spoke sports steering wheel, power steering, Sunpro tach on the column, and Sunpro readouts under the dash. Plus, the bright white cue ball topper of the Hurst shifter just seems to be calling out to your right hand from within the full dark interior. Under the hood is what youre going to love most about this Chevelle. The era-correct (but non-matching) 396 cubic-inch V8 looks great with the bold block, finned valve covers, and matching air grabber. It inhales deeply with a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor, and long tube headers let this exhale with power and authority into the dual exhaust. And because this likes to be a proper driver, there are nice extras, like a newer Champion aluminum radiator with dual electric fans to help keep this running cool. It fires up eagerly, idles smoothly, and loves to hit the road. Best of all, you have complete control over the big block power package thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. It feeds into a stout 12-bolt rear end with 4.10 gears and Positraction for quick and confident take-offs from the stoplights. The power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern sport tires mean cruising is also easy in this coupe. The sale comes with a partial buildsheet that confirms it as a true Super Sport, and that makes for a fun muscle car that also has a true pedigree. Call today!!!