Video Description

Today we look closer at a low-production 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 300 Post. When the NHRA went to classify these cars for use at dragstrips, they were rejected from racing against the no-post coupes and instead were forced to compete with sedans and station wagons. With a focus on the dragstrip, they were without many options to help save weight.


Our car is an outstanding restored L78 Post car in a one-of-one Hugger Orange. It has been featured in magazines and has less than 8,600 original miles. Check out the video for more on the 300 Post SS COPO cars and the history of our car.