Building upon a legend

A great car can only get greater. But when the car in question is a 1969 Chevelle, and you put a Chevrolet Performance LT376/535 V-8 under the hood, raising the bar means the sky is the limit.


Built for the 2016 SEMA Show on the LT engine family’s race-ready cred, the LT376/535 in the Chevelle Slammer combines 535 horsepower with a host of performance advancements, including CNC-ported cylinder heads and a high-lift LT1 Hot Cam. From Direct Injection to an advanced combustion system, the LT376/535 is one of the most technologically advanced engines offered by Chevrolet Performance.


In the Chevelle Slammer, that technologically advanced engine is managed by the SuperMatic 4L75-E 4-speed automatic transmission. The 4L75-E supports the LT376/535 Connect & Cruise system, which also includes necessary controllers and harnesses to conveniently bring every hot rod dream to life.  

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