This low-mileage wagon rides on air.
There's just something about a classic wagon that will stop someone dead in their tracks, especially one as clean as this 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Nomad Wagon. Clear some garage space because Garage Kept Motors is offering the opportunity to take this fine example home for yourself.
Rest assured that this slammed beauty has been well maintained. Over the course of 51 years, the car has racked up just 65,000 miles on the clock. To break it down, that averages out to be less than 1,300 miles a year and approximately 25 miles a week.
Finished in its original color of Champagne, the body of this '69 wagon shows in immaculate shape. The exterior features a 'dual tailgate' function that allows it to fold down or swing out to the side, and a step notched into the bumper makes getting in and out a piece of cake. The car sits on a RideTech Air Ride system that can be adjusted to the perfect height and with just the touch of a button. Further complementing its exterior aesthetic is a set of American Racing 'Salt Flat' wheels (17-inch up front, 18-inch out back).
Of course, upping the power ante is never a bad idea. Now tucked inside the engine bay is a stout 350cui V8 engine, an upgraded replacement to the 307cui V8 that once resided there.
Open the doors to a clean interior that still retains its factory color combination. Integrated nicely into the dashboard is a Vintage Air system to keep the cabin nice and comfortable and three auxiliary gauges that monitor all important vital signs. Everything is in fantastic shape including the door panels, trim, bench seats, and gauge cluster.
If you're in the market for a clean '69 Chevrolet Chevelle Nomad Wagon to take the family on fun weekend adventures, this would certainly fit the bill. Mostly original with simple changes, this wagon is sure to turn some heads no matter where it goes. The price is listed at $34,500, but feel free to contact Garage Kept Motors and make an offer.
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