i have a 69 sedan tat came with a V8. is it worth restoring? i have been told that there were not many of these cars built.

Asked by Dec 14, 2006 at 09:34 AM about the 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it is a 2 door post chevelle, 300 sedan i believe. it has a framed door with a vent window on it, a post pillar, and it seems to be shorter and weighs a lot less than the sports coupe. it had a v8 in it with posi rear end, no a/c, no carpet, and has a bench seat with a 4 speed on the floor. i cat find anything on this car and door panels don't exist. please tell me something good!

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I think it is definitely worth restoring. According to the Manheim Gold Book, a four door sedan in excellent condition is worth $9600 ($14,000) in show condition! Not to mention that these are gorgeous cars. Sounds like it could be a great project. Enjoy!

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