1969 Chevrolet Kingswood.

June 18, 2012

9 comments
1969 Chevrolet Kingswood Wagon.
1969 Chevrolet Kingswood Wagon.
1969 Chevrolet Kingswood Wagon.

9 comments:

Justin said...

Wow, a real survivor barebones Kingswood. Absolutely awesome find.

SeattleO said...

Never seen a Chevy with rear lights like that before. Cool! No matter what the trim, these 60s american station wagons always look like a muscle wagon. Love that big loop bumper in the front. Great find!

cam.man67 said...

Sweet ride! I would totally drive that. There's a guy near me with a '70 Kingswood loaded up with a 396. Yum!

Anonymous said...

Virgin Suicides?

Anonymous said...

Best friend had a 1969 Chevy Townsend wagon, which is one step removed from the Kingswood, equipped with an unstoppable 327 under the hood. The thing was a tank but was a very classic ride. Those over-arched wheel wells are a great design.

Ben Piff said...

What a bold choice. This type of vehicle would be king of the road rage game, no way you're getting messed with here.

Anonymous said...

You should see the Aussie kings wood....looks like a Monte Carlo wagon.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the nice words guys! I saved this car from being hacked up for parts. Only had 35k on it! It's a 53k now. It was bought by a pastor, so it was really just driven to church on Sundays! It'd been sitting for years after he stopped driving it. My wife bought it for me as a birthday present, I had one in the 90's and it got stolen. This wagon is pretty sweet, L78 motor, posi rear, A/C, power disc breaks, 3rd row seat. I've done some work to it, think it looks much better now. Body and paint are next. I love this car! You'll probably see it parked in that same spot soon. I shop there all the time.
Keep up the awesome work Tony and Ben, this blog is my favorite!

Timbre said...

This is actually the car from my childhood. I can give you more of the history on it if you want. It was purchased brand new by my parents a couple of years before I was born. Would love to see it and talk about it's history.

I know it becasue I was the one who cut out the rust spots on the quarters when I was in high school.