1969 Chevrolet Camaro Non X-code PROJECT new parts Garage find not barn 327

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Garysburg, North Carolina, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: Base
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Base
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 999,999
  • VIN: 124379n544821
  • Engine size: 327
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 2wd
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Chevrolet Camaro 1969 Description

1969 Chevy Camaro Base 327 Automatic Non X-code car

Link to many more better quality PICTURES HERE

Clear Virginia title.

Perfect project for someone looking to build a 69 Camaro and have everything new.

You are bidding on a huge 69 Camaro project. This car is completely disassembled and sheet metal removal already started. Included with the sale of the car is a huge lot of new parts and over $9,000 (probably closer to $10k) in receipts for the new parts and rebuild of the 327 engine and th350 trans. I also have the receipt from where the previous owner bought the car in 2011.

Everything I have that was removed from the car will also go with it:

Original subframe, stripped bare and painted black

Original suspension and steering parts, some cleaned and some still dirty

Original bucket seats, rear seat and console.

Original seat belts and interior trim.

Original front fenders and doors still assemebled just not on car. They have rust, new door shells included but front fenders are not.

327 engine, rebuilt with receipts for parts and labor. Never fired. Supposed to be orginal numbers matching to the car.

Th350 trans and the receipts for the new parts that were put into it, also supposed to be original to the car.

Original 10 bolt open rear with mono leaf springs, just as it was pulled from the car.

Front and rear bumpers and brackets, wiring, tail lights,steering column, power steering box, power steering pump, etc all removed from the car. Totes of original parts go with car.

New parts included, nothing installed: (I may miss a few things but this will be the bulk of it)

Trunk Lid

1 pc complete floor pan

cowl hood

Dash repair panel W/ vin hole

Upper cowl vent panel

Full quarter panel, factory type with door jamb and sail panel RH

Full quarter panel, factory type with door jamb and sail panel LH

Rear deck filler panel

LH complete door shell

RH complete door shell

Rear spoiler

LH outer and inner cowl panels

RH outer and inner cowl panels

Roof skin

LH outer wheelhouse panel

RH outer wheelhouse panel

Inner Roof panel braces

Full trunk pan

Trunk gutter set

Rear speaker shelf panel

Firewall panel w/ heater holes

Rear mono leaf springs-pair

Mono leaf install kit

15x8 Rally Wheel Kit with trim rings and center caps

Fuel tank

327 emblem kit

Idler Arm assembly

Tie rod adjusters

Tie Rod ends

Ball Joints

Control arm bushings

Control Arm shaft assemblies

Front coil springs

Sway bar bushings

Lots of new brake parts and pieces including new drums

I will include pictures of some of the bigger receipts in the link posted above.Please click the "Pictures Here" link at the top of the page.

The rockers and tail panel are actually in good shape.

The car was originally a vinyl top car which was its major downfall. The car wasn't terrible but the previous owner decided to do an all out original rebuild on it. Life got in the way and the car only got this far. I've got too many projects and the parts and pieces are taking up too much room. As much as I'd like to build it and have everything new and a super nice car, I just can't do it at this time. Selling this car will help fund future storage space so that I can build a car from the ground up later.

This car does not roll, steer, etc and there is a truck load of parts. I'm doubting a shipping company would tackle something like this. You will most likely need to come get this project yourself, I will assist in loading. An enclosed trailer would be perfect but a truck and an open trailer could probably pull it off with some careful placement and stacking.

Please ask any questions and have transportation figured out before buying. $250 deposit due within 48 hours of auction end. Remainder due in cash at time of pick up. Car would need to be picked up within 14 days of auction end unless we have arranged otherwise before auction ends.

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