It certainly green!
got a few of the normal selling 'cliches'... vette motor, very rare, none around
looks pretty tame for 'pushing over 350hp', stock intake/exhaust manifolds
The seller is a dreamer ...
Prince Edward Island'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.
STOCK is where it's "NOT" !!!!!!!! BLACKSTOCK Ont.
1969 300 Deluxe Post Sedan Frost Green.1972 Chevelle Mohave Gold owned since 1978.1970 Buick Skylark Post Sedan Gulfstream Blue
Owner of: The 1969 SS396 300 Deluxe Post Sedan Chevelle Registry
The front seat upholstery shows it to be a Laurentian. That is the only indication of the series since they discarded all the moldings for that subtle paint job. No tail light shots to show if it has the narrow Strato Chief / Laurentian style or the wider Parisienne style.
67 Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe, Oshawa-built stocker 250 Powerglide 40,000 mile
Also in garage waiting: stroker 296 cid inline six & built TH350
Cameron Milne, Toronto.No matter how much you push the envelope, it will still be stationery.
Postsedan wrote:I like it!Dan
I like it!Dan
Me too sweet car awesome color and very rare He right its a very rare car great deal
......big block, 4 speed, bucket seat, it doesn't get much better
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1969 Pontiac Laurentian 2 door hardtop **SOLD**1975 Firebird Esprit 350/4speed **SOLD**Canadian Poncho World Headquarters - Prince Edward Island
All the stupid things aside, it would run pretty nice with that little 327 in it, would it not?
Love this part of the ad............."Because of overwhelming responses I'm going to sell.Not in a hurry to sell or trade.There are not none!!! OF THESE AROUND!!!,"
I think everyone was telling him about his colour choice and telling him to get rid of it,because they didn't want to see it anymore..........then again it's an eco-friendly colour.
It's a never ending battle of making your cars better and also trying to be better yourself - Dale Earnhardt