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#18 of 24 Re: 1968 Chevelle Concours Sport Coupe...mystery Chevy [ghulet]
Nov 08, 2012 (7:05 pm)
I just saw a 68 Chevelle at a Des Moines dealer that looked just like a 69....at least he said it was a 68 Concours. His explanation said that late in 68 Chevy started to equip their 136 cars Concours with 69 badging, grille and tail lights.
VIN said it was a 68.
I'm confused here....any help please.
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#19 of 24 Re: 1968 Chevelle Concours Sport Coupe...mystery Chevy [bubba61]
Nov 09, 2012 (4:14 am)
I'm not an expert on those cars, but I don't believe one syllable of that guy's story.
I never knew the Concours interior to be available on an SS.
Although that car looks great, I think it's a 'mutt'--a bunch of miscellaneous parts the owner/restorer liked and threw on one car.
#20 of 24 Re: 1968 Chevelle Concours Sport Coupe...mystery Chevy [bubba61]
Nov 09, 2012 (6:50 am)
I agree, a mutt, a nice mutt, but a mutt. With all the resto mod changes, the wierd history doesn't matter, anyway.
#21 of 24 Re: 1968 Chevelle Concours Sport Coupe...mystery Chevy [bubba61]
Nov 09, 2012 (3:31 pm)
This rare Raven Black 1968 Chevelle Concours Hardtop was ahead of its time and had several 69 options installed in 1968.
If buyer remorse and litigation set in after the sale, might the seller have to prove that statement above? Or would the overall description of the car having been rebuilt with "upgrades" provide a defense that the buyer had no reasonable expectation that the vehicle equipment/options were restored as new?
If I were a resto-mod buyer I'd want it appraised as-is and decide if I liked it enough to make an offer. And if I were shopping for a bone stock trailer queen with correct chalk marks and stickers, I'd just pass because it obviously isn't that.
#22 of 24 Re: 1968 Chevelle Concours Sport Coupe...mystery Chevy [omarman]
Nov 09, 2012 (5:17 pm)
I don't know, but just when I think I've heard a seller 'say it all', someone raises the bar. I'd ask him what documentation he has to prove any of that. He won't have any.
#23 of 24 Re: 1968 Chevelle Concours Sport Coupe...mystery Chevy [uplanderguy]
Nov 10, 2012 (9:27 am)
I agree with that. Even when a seller has a nice car which should attract buyers on its own merit they sometimes cannot resist posting a "shovel ready" advert. Someone on another topic pointed out CL car ads for sale "by owner" which clearly showed dealer tags in the pics. D'oh!
#24 of 24 Re: 1968 Chevelle Concours Sport Coupe...mystery Chevy [bubba61]
Feb 01, 2013 (9:40 am)
The dealer is full of crp. No late 68 Chevelles came with 69 body parts or badging - and no early 69 Chevelles came with 'left-over' 1968 parts. Someone could have simply put a 69 front end on a 68 Chevelle.