What colors were available on a 1969 Chevelle SS?

The most popular were Black, Dark Blue, Light Green, Dark Metallic Green, Parchment, Red, or Saddle.

What body style is a 68 Chevelle?

Second generation (1968–1972)

Body style 2-door hardtop 2-door coupe 2-door convertible 2-door sedan 4-door sedan 4-door hardtop 4-door station wagon 2-door coupé utility

What colors did 67 Chevelle come in?

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Car Paint Colors

Code Name
A Tuxedo Black
C Ermine White
D Nantucket Blue
E Deepwater Blue

What size engine was in 68 Chevelle?

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.

How do you tell if a Chevelle is an SS?

Look at the placement of emblems on the car, which is one of the most obvious markers for the SS package. The SS had an “SS” logo and the engine size on the fenders, a white “SS” emblem on a black rubber pad on the rear bumper and a large “SS” grille emblem. The grille should be painted black on a true SS.

What colors did the 1967 Camaro come in?

Chevrolet Camaro’s had 15 Colors for the 1st year of production in 1967. They were Tuxedo Black, Ermine White, Nantucket Blue, Deepwater Blue, Marina Blue, Granada Gold, Mountain Green, Emerald Turquoise, Tahoe Turquoise, Royal Plum, Madera Maroon, Bolera Red, Sierra Fawn, Capri Creme, and Butternut Yellow.

How rare is a 1968 Chevelle?

Only 201 were built and came with a 375 horsepower engine. Today, only 74 are known to exist. Here’s the 1968 Chevelle SS396, one of the popular muscle cars of the 1960s. Three 396 engines were available, a 325 horse base engine, 350 horse L34 option or the powerful 375 L78 option.