1969 Chevrolet Gallery
Send us some photos of your 1969 full size Chevy and we'll be happy to post them here! Click on the photo to expand the image.
Another international Chev with right hand drive, this one from Malaysia and sent to us from Dominic Kumen of Hotrod Engineering International Pte Ltd. This is one of two right-hand drive Impalas that Dominic has. Check out the flame work and custom interior! Dominic, please send us photos of your other Chev too!
We didn't get any info about this car, we simply received pics via email. But have a look! Thanks for the photos.
Mick Turner from the UK sent us something we don't see that often, a right-hand drive '69 Impala Sport Sedan! It has an L48 350 with a turbo-hydro 400 tranny. It's only got 38,000 miles on it, has been in the UK since new and it's been in storage since 1980. Check out the factory right-hand set up, and the '68 Chev steering wheel which we have seen on other right-hand drives. Mick is currently taking it through a full restoration...send us pics when it's done, Mick!
Aaron Olson sent us these pics of his '69 Impala. It has a 383, 475hp. He was lucky enough to find an 010 block to match the year. Its bored .40 over, KB Pistons, Scat crank, .510 lift cam. 4.10 gears and an Eaton Posi in the rear. Though not a true SS, Aaron's Impala sports SS badging just for fun.
Jakub from Poland wrote to tell us about his '69 Impala. It's had lots of work, mostly on the inside because it's very hard to get the restoration sheet metal needed in Europe, and very expensive to get it from America.
The entire suspension, most of the brake system as well as the rear end have been rebuilt and it's got a 327 crate engine installed. He recently took it on a 6,000 mile trip to Scotland with a short stay in Paris on the way back with no mechanical problems, and thought we'd enjoy these photos.
This fine 1969 Caprice belongs to Gary Tillesan. It features a Factory 427 with a TH400 tranny. Sold new in Texas, this was a one owner car form 1969 until 1997. It's been featured in Chevy High Performance magazine. Factory options include, Vigilite fiber optics, rear window defogger, remote mirror, tilt wheel, AM/FM, 8-track, speedminder,
Comfortron A/C, hide-a-way headlights, fender skirts, deluxe belts and more. Gary has the original window sticker and Protect-o-plate.
Well here's another overseas 1969 Chev, this one belongs to Oğuz Şener from Eskişehir, in Turkey. It's a '69 Bel Air. Thanks for the photo Oğuz.
Gary Aubrey sent us these shots of his 1969 impala convertible with an L48 350/300hp and a 350 turbo hydramatic tranny. It has 400 series flowmasters which make it sound great. He just got the new top for it
and is in the process of detailing the trunk. Thanks Gary!
Three very nice '69 Chevys recently spotted at Autofest in Oshawa, Ontario. From left are 1969 SS427 Convertible clone, 1969 Caprice and 1969 Biscayne
Anton Bongers from The Netherlands sent us these pics of his '69 Impala Custom Coupe. It has a 327, edelbrock intake, headers and 4 barrel holley carb. The car needs some restoration and that will happen next winter. Anton plans to strip it down completely and restore from the ground up. The color will be dusk blue. We look forward to seeing it after the restoration!
Yet another Kingswood, this one from Japan! Thanks for the great pics! This could be one of the youngest '69 Chev owners we've ever met...
Another kingswood from The Netherlands! Rene is restoring this one as we speak. It will be black with the wood grain. Nice to see these cars are loved aroud the world.
This is Pierre Suranto's 1969 lowrider convertible. This car well represents the growing lowrider culture that is spreading interest in these big old Chevy's...and this car has been very tastefully done. It's evident Pierre's spent hours of time and effort...good job Pierre!
Steve Zarlenga from Ohio owns 7 1969 full size Chevys! We've never met anyone with their own fleet of these cars before, so we were happy when Steve sent along some shots of a few of his favorite cars in his collection. Thanks Steve! (Pictured are his '69 Impala Sport Coupe, '69 Impala Custom Coupe, and '69 Caprice.
Dan Smith sent us these shots of his '69 427 Caprice. This one's a little less "stock" then the other cars featured on here! Looks like a lot of time and effort has been spent shaving the door handles, trim and side marker lights, and the low profile tires and rims give it an aggressive look. Thanks Dan! Wonder what the 1/4 mile time is...
Keith Baylor sent us some shots of his collection - a '69 Impala posing with a '68 and '70 also! Keith says the '69 Impala was raced on occasion and would pull off 15.90's with a 350 V-8, turbo-hydro 350 tranny, and a 2:73 rear end. Thanks for the pics!
While at a show in Bothwell, Ontario Canada we came accross this very clean numbers-matching Impala SS Convertible. Still owned by the original owner, it underwent a detailed restoration to bring it to the pristine condition you see here.
Here's a '69 Townsman wagon - from The Netherlands!! Thanks for sending us your pictures, Tycho! Could this have originally been a police vehicle?
Pictured here is a very nice Kingswood Estate wagon - thanks to Dave at InternetSalesPartner.com for the pictures!
Here's Will's completely stock 1969 Impala with a 327 and 75,000 original miles. Thanks for the pic!
Here we have yet another Chevy from The Netherlands!!! Thanks for the picks, Pim! Notice the fully-illuminating middle tail lights instead of the usual reverse light/reflector assembly.
Here's a rare find - a very nice, very low mileage 1969 Bel Air. It's got a 327 with a 2-speed powerglide. It looks in great shape!
Take a look at this fine example of a 1969 Impala, which has to be one of the most original cars I've seen. All the details look very good!