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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: Restomod
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 10,102
  • VIN: 124379N537784
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 383 Stroker V8
  • Power options: Air conditioning
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Safety options: Anti-lock brakes
  • Options: Leather seats, CD player
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Chevrolet Camaro 1969 Description

If you want a Camaro that pretty much does it all and does it well, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS hardtop deserves closer examination. Built pretty much the way we'd all like our F-bodies to be built, it offers big horsepower, a bunch of upgrades, and a slick look that really doesn't get any better. In short, it delivers the OEM experience, just one that's turned up to 11.Tuxedo Black is this car's original color, and if you're going to build a slick resto-mod that takes no prisoners, you really don't need to advertise with a flashy paint job. The body is awesome in just about every way imaginable and the dark paint only emphasizes the many wonderful details that make the 1969 Camaros perhaps the most popular muscle cars of all time. A cowl-induction hood always looks right on these cars, along with the duck tail spoiler out back, and the white stripes were applied to complete the look. At this point, we're not really worrying about whether it's a real SS or RS model, but those features have been incorporated into the build to make it just what you wanted. You'll note that the grille is blacked out and with RS headlights it has a very intimidating look when it charges up in your rear-view mirror. Nice chrome bumpers, brightly polished stainless trim, and factory-style '383' badges on the front fenders make it look stock enough to almost hide its performance side.The black bucket seat interior is gorgeous, although there are a number of upgrades that make it a 21st century street fighter. High-back Recaro buckets are wrapped in comfortable leather and hold you in place far better than the slippery original chairs and you'll note the back seat was upholstered to match. A center console is always a welcome addition, particularly when it's equipped with a Hurst shifter stirring six gears instead of four. The door panels, and carpets are in good condition, the dash looks stock save for a set of white-faced Auto Meter gauges in place of the original dials. Other upgrades include a leather-wrapped Momo steering wheel, modern A/C, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with JL Audio speakers, along with stylistic details like the drilled aluminum pedals. In back, the trunk is outfitted with a full carpet set that gives it a very finished look.A 383 cubic inch stroker motor fills the engine bay and delivers the kind of effortless performance that proves there's no replacement for displacement. It's a 460 horsepower Edelbrock Signature Series engine (#16 out of 250), and it doesn't mess around. A custom FAST fuel injection system handles the induction duties, and it sports a highly-detailed look that cost a fortune to achieve. Lots of chrome and polished aluminum means you'll be opening the hood every chance you get and hardware upgrades include the aluminum radiator with electric fans, MSD ignition, and a new chrome alternator. A heavy-duty 6-speed manual transmission doesn't mind the torque churning through it and custom Ford 9-inch rear hangs on a 4-link setup with coil-over shocks. Up front, it's A-arms with a rack-and-pinion setup and there's a vented and cross-drilled disc brake at each corner courtesy of Wilwood. Gorgeous Bonspeed aluminum wheels look spectacular and carry staggered 235/40/18 front and 285/35/19 rear BFGoodrich G-Force radials.Documented with receipts and build photos, this super slick Camaro has upgrades where it matters and a fantastic OEM look that simply doesn't get any better. Call today!

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