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Old 20th July 2008, 07:20   #1
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'72 Corvette and '68 Chevelle for sale cheap!!

selling a 1972 corvette and a 1968 chevelle. i figured i'd post them here to see if anyone's interested.

both cars are in very nice shape. the corvette is a #'s matching car. 350/270hp, auto, leather, power windows, tilt/telescopic. fresh paint. 78k miles. clean inside and out.

the chevelle is an original panel car. never rusted. better shape than a southern car. 396ci big block, auto, 12 bolt rear, true SS car.

both cars run/ drive great. the corvette is a great driver. the chevelle will take very little to be show quality. i'm selling both very cheap, $12,000 for the vette and $21,000 for the chevelle. i'm attaching 2 pics of cars. if anyone would like more pics, or more info, please let me know. PM me for my phone number. thanks, jay
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Old 21st July 2008, 23:19   #2
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matching #'s on Chevelle ??
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matching #'s on Chevelle ??
Doesn't sound like it... Would be a screaming deal if they are.
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""Genuine '68 SS-396 Chevelles had chrome trim pieces on the lower body sides both in front of, and BEHIND the rear wheels. The non-SS versions had the same trim in front of the rear wheels, but not behind them. None of the '68 Chevelle or El Camino models came with wheel well trim.
Genuine '68 SS-396s could come with standard Chevy rally wheels, or even with plain "dog-dish" hub caps. In '68, disk brakes and tachs/gauges were NOT standard equipment on the SS - you would have to pay extra for those. In fact, the MAJORITY of '68 SS-396s have all drum brakes. In '68, the disk brake option utilized 4-piston front brake calipers. Parts for these brakes can be difficult to locate today.The "F41" suspension option (rear anti-sway bar) was not available at all in '68.
The only available engine in the '68 SS was the 396. It came as either the 325 HP "L35", the 350 HP "L34", or the 375 HP "L78". At least one '68 SS-396 Chevelle with the "L89" aluminum head option has been reported.
The '68 SS models had "SS/396" emblems on the front and back, on the door panels, above the glove box, and on the steering wheel. On early '68 SSs, the front side marker light bezels had a foil insert that said "SS/396". On later '68 SS production, The bezels simply said "396". The steering wheel emblem also said "SS/396" on early production, and simply "SS" on later production vehicles. The '68-'69 SS hoods had twin bulges, while the non-SS hoods were "flat". The two raised bulges each had a chrome grille on the top, near the rear edge of the hood.
The '68 SS stripe option was either a black, white, or red stripe which ran across the front header panel above the grille, angled downwards towards the bottom of the front fenders, and then along the lower body sides to the back. ""

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""Genuine '68 SS-396 Chevelles had chrome trim pieces on the lower body sides both in front of, and BEHIND the rear wheels. The non-SS versions had the same trim in front of the rear wheels, but not behind them. None of the '68 Chevelle or El Camino models came with wheel well trim.
Genuine '68 SS-396s could come with standard Chevy rally wheels, or even with plain "dog-dish" hub caps. In '68, disk brakes and tachs/gauges were NOT standard equipment on the SS - you would have to pay extra for those. In fact, the MAJORITY of '68 SS-396s have all drum brakes. In '68, the disk brake option utilized 4-piston front brake calipers. Parts for these brakes can be difficult to locate today.The "F41" suspension option (rear anti-sway bar) was not available at all in '68.
The only available engine in the '68 SS was the 396. It came as either the 325 HP "L35", the 350 HP "L34", or the 375 HP "L78". At least one '68 SS-396 Chevelle with the "L89" aluminum head option has been reported.
The '68 SS models had "SS/396" emblems on the front and back, on the door panels, above the glove box, and on the steering wheel. On early '68 SSs, the front side marker light bezels had a foil insert that said "SS/396". On later '68 SS production, The bezels simply said "396". The steering wheel emblem also said "SS/396" on early production, and simply "SS" on later production vehicles. The '68-'69 SS hoods had twin bulges, while the non-SS hoods were "flat". The two raised bulges each had a chrome grille on the top, near the rear edge of the hood.
The '68 SS stripe option was either a black, white, or red stripe which ran across the front header panel above the grille, angled downwards towards the bottom of the front fenders, and then along the lower body sides to the back. ""

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Nice cars, good luck with the sales...



my car is a non-numbers matching car. but more importantly, this car has the original sheet metal. this car has never been patched. my car is a disc brake car. and a true 138 SS car.

thanks for the info. i have the car posted on ebay. if you get a chance to take a look at it i'd like to hear your opinion on the car.

thanks......


http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=011&sspagename=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&viewitem=&item=320277164242&rd=1
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NICE CAR - Of course my wife wouldn't mind... IF I got rid of the M - ha, not happening, until I go back to the US in a few years...

Then this is exactly what I'm lookin for, tub it, lower it, blown rat, 6 point roll, custom leather and comfortable seating for four 0-120 in 9...

- timing is wrong or I'd buy it...

price is tooo low.... good luck with the sale
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