Just listen to that healthy 396 rumble! Sweet Cherry Pie, this is good lookin' big block '69 Chevrolet C-10 Texas pickup truck optioned with the 396 and warmed-over with a mild custom interior & show quality paint & trim. They don't make classic trucks like this anymore. 1969 was a GREAT year for classic cars and trucks.
Dodge Coronet "Super-Bee" for 1969 is on the Chrysler B-body platform, along with the Charger, and both models also share the same rear fascia and the Rallye instrument cluster. The A12 package was introduced mid-year 1969 which gives the Coronet a 440 engine mounted with the six pack-three two barrel Holly carburetors on an aluminium in-take manifold with a lift off fiberglass hood and secured with metal pins. Heavy duty suspension, 15 inch wheels and a host of other performance goodies are included, but for this one year only.
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The 1971 Buick GS will run on regular unleaded gasoline to accommodate the catalytic converter, with lower toxic exhaust emissions the goal. The standard factory equipment 350 is now a lower compression engine producing 55 less HP than last year. There were 89,1070 of the GS produced in '71 and 902 of them were convertibles. The balance and majority of the GS manufactured in '71 were 2 door hard tops-at 88,000 plus units.
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