This one is a beast. A light yellow 1969 Chevelle Malibu 350 coupe ready to rip! One fine looking muscle car.
The slightly tinted windows look great, and the triangular shape to the side windows is really cool. Nice looking front end. Love all that chrome. Very cool quad headlights too, I like the idea of doubling them up.
In an earlier post we saw a 4-door first generation 1966 Chevelle 300 Deluxe, a completely different look compared to this second generation 2-door Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu.
The sharp edges of the front end looks very cool. This one is a bit pointier and tougher looking than the first generation that was boxier. The 1969 Chevelles was considered to be America’s most popular mid-sized car.
Sharp looking wheels and hub caps
Get a load of this gigantic trunk!
Lets turn it around and look at it from the front. I love how solid bumpers used to look. Today they don’t even look like bumpers, just weird plastic bubble shapes.
On the back and side you can see the Chevelle and Malibu chrome branding. Also, a good look at that curved rear bumper, rock solid. A bumper like that would just tear a new car to pieces if engaged in a parking lot tangle.
Here is a closer look at that branding on the trunk.
Fantastic lines…and curves to the design. You can tell that the designs were hand drawn back then…more free flowing. I believe that today’s car designs are so predictable due to the use of computers.
I love how the sides of this car are curved outwards, you can see this around the wheel wells.
Here is a close up of that awesome triangle window. Check out the side view mirror. All metal, no plastic. It looks fantastic. So does all that chrome trim around the windows.
So, there you have it a great looking fast muscle car, a 1969 Chevelle Malibu 350 coupe!