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How many miles per gallon does a 1970 Chevelle SS get?

How many miles per gallon does a 1970 Chevelle SS get?

l/100km: 18.9-22.7 / 27.4-32.9 / 22.2-26.6 / 24.2
mpg (imp.): 12.5-14.9 / 8.6-10.3 / 10.6-12.7 / 11.7
mpg (U.S.): 10.4-12.4 / 7.1-8.6 / 8.8-10.6 / 9.7
km/l: 4.4-5.3 / 3-3.6 / 3.8-4.5 / 4.1

How fast can a 69 Chevelle SS go?

Just how fast was a stock 1969 L78 Chevelle right out of the box? Hot Cars magazine tested one in their February 1969 issue, recording a 14.07/101 mph. Popular Hot Rodding magazine tested a 1968 L78 SS Chevelle and found they could get the car down to the high 13s with just a set of Casler slicks.

How much gas can a Chevelle hold?

It has a 20 gallon (76 liters) capacity tank. It comes with a filler neck, the fuel tank sending unit lock ring and O-ring. The lock ring has a 1-3/4 inch gauge hole diameter.

Is there a 1969 Chevy Chevelle SS for sale?

This Blue/Grey 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 427 Turbo Jet TH400 is no longer in our inventory. Thrilling Green/Black 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS For Sale classic boasts a 4 Speed Manual and 454 CID V8 ~ This head-turner is available today for only $63,000 ~ Read More…

What was the top speed of a 1969 Chevy Chevelle?

A stock 1969 SS 396 with a 325hp 396 tested by C and D ran an underwhelming [email protected] 97.35 MPH–a full second and 8 MPH slower than the Hemi Road Runner it was pitted against. It’s true you won’t be breaking any new ground by owning a Chevelle.

How to identify a 1969 Chevelle Super Sport?

If you are looking for a genuine 1969 Chevelle SS and don’t want to be fooled by SS details installed on a regular Chevelle, identify it by matching different ID numbers. The SS (Super Sport) option package consisted of special trim options and a specific engine set-up.

What was the VIN number on a 1969 Chevelle?

According to Team Chevelle, the VIN number in 1969 is useless as an identification tool because there are no specifics designating a 1969 SS. It is used here to match with the trim tag VIN in a process of elimination.

A stock 1969 SS 396 with a 325hp 396 tested by C and D ran an underwhelming [email protected] 97.35 MPH–a full second and 8 MPH slower than the Hemi Road Runner it was pitted against. It’s true you won’t be breaking any new ground by owning a Chevelle.

This Blue/Grey 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 427 Turbo Jet TH400 is no longer in our inventory. Thrilling Green/Black 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS For Sale classic boasts a 4 Speed Manual and 454 CID V8 ~ This head-turner is available today for only $63,000 ~ Read More…

What kind of engine did the Chevelle SS have?

The Chevelle SS was the fastest mid-size Chevrolet available each year, and it was a formula that evolved as time went on. For 1968, the Super Sport (SS 396) line delivered one of three possible 396-cu-in engines: the 325-hp L35, the 350-hp L34, and the 375-hp L78.

What kind of engine was in 1969 Chevelle Malibu?

The 1969 SS 396 option was available with the V8 300 Deluxe 2-door coupe (13427), 2-door sport coupe (13437), V8 Malibu sport coupe (13637), convertible (13667), or pickup (13680) models and the 396 cid Mark-IV engine was the base engine.

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