This 1969 Chevrolet Malibu knows how to deliver style and performance in equal measures. And because people will marvel at the paint AND the powerful 350 V8, they'll suspect you paid a lot more for this classic.
The color that's instantly grabbing your attention is a terrific shade of light lavender. Chevrolet never offered this color in '69, but one look at the way it stands out on the Chevelle Malibu's iconic curves, and we bet they wished they had. But it's more than just the unique hue that has you attracted. You can see from the metallic luster that this is professional application, and it was applied over some seriously straight sheetmetal. Plus, this one received all the right attention with mirror-like bumpers, custom grille, bright fender flares, and iconic Cragar SS wheels. So while the unique paint gives this coupe a premium first impression, the details make sure that the high class feeling endures.
Parchment/white seats are what you get with this factory code 790 interior. This coupe feels exceptionally original inside with the carpets, door panels, and headliner still looking vivid. And we know you love the way the white looks against the exterior paint. Plus, with dark carpets and dash, there isn't a worry about dirty shoes and fingers before enjoying the white interior. Just like the exterior, you're going to love the details inside. All the gauges, heat/defrost controls, dual-spoke steering wheel, and even the factory AM/FM radio have that great classic GM look and feel. It even still has the Astro Ventilation tag next to the glovebox, which really tells you the level of detail this one retains. But the addition of the auxiliary gauge trio is a clear indication of something special under the hood, even before you twist the key and here it rumble.
When you look in the engine bay, the purple block, intake, and master cylinder have the same kind of cool distinction that the exterior paint has. Plus, the polished components like the air topper, radiator hose, alternator, and Chevrolet valve cover add plenty of flair. But more than just looking great, this is a 350 cubic-inch crate V8 that was installed only about 10,000 miles ago (according to the consignor.) Plus, it has go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and Accel HEI Super Coil. So not only does this coupe make a terrific sound out of the dual exhaust, but also it accelerates strong, like a good '60s muscle machine should. But keeping true to the more premium Malibu image this one has easy driving features like power steering and a three-speed automatic transmission.
Beautifully presented and powerful on the streets, this is a great standout classic offered for an unbeatable price. So don't miss this deal, call today!