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For Sale: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
in Muncie, Indiana

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Description
 
I bought the Camaro to restore but I don't seem to have any time to do the work. It has been sitting all winter and it drives me crazy that I can't get started on restoring it. I'm listing this to see if anyone is interested in it. I wanting to sell it because my son is interested in an old Challenger and would like to sell so we can start working on a Challenger. I will consider a reasonable offer as trade WITH CASH otherwise I am firm on $15,000.00. I don't want to do a straight up trade.

This is a nice good running and drivable 1969 Camaro. It isn't just a shell or a car without a drivetrain. It has the Z28 emblems on it but is not a true Z.

It is an A/C car. I have the compressor, brackets and some of the hoses. You will need to get an evaporator and condenser. The housing for the evaporator is only half there because it needs a part of the housing for a big block (it was a small block car).

It has drum brakes all around. I replaced all of the front brakes, along with the wheel bearings. Rear brakes are good an parking brake works.

It has a 454 big block engine with headers, Elderbrock intake, Holly carb. The engine doesn't have any leaks and runs great.

It has a "Be Cool" aluminum radiator. It has twin electric fans, along with the mechanical fan. It has no problem keeping cool.

It has a Turbo 400 transmission. I replaced all the seals recently. It shifts great and has no problem handling the big block power.

It has a 10 bolt rear end with the multi-leaf springs. I know it is a high geared rear end but I forgot to check it. I replaced seals, gasket and fluid, so I know I looked like high gears but didn't count the teeth.

The interior is in good shape. The driver's seat has some small tears. The carpet is a little loose but not bad. The door panels are peeling at the bottoms of both doors. The dash pad is in good condition and the dash looks like the paint is pretty new. The center console could use some paint. Over all it's not too bad.

The floor pans are in great shape, no rust. However, the trunk pan isn't good. I put a bracket in to hold the gas tank in place. I know the replacement trunk pan is about $120 but again just can't get time to get it replaced.

I took pictures of the issues on the body that I was concerned with. However, every time I take it out for a drive, I get complements on how good it looks. There is rust on both rocker panels and the front passenger fender. There has been some body work on the driver's rear quarter panel, but doesn't look bad. The trunk lid has some rust spots around the edge under the rear spoiler.

Thanks for looking. If you have any questions call or text 765-808-0567. Again, I will consider any reasonable and sensible offers
Pricing Information
 
Asking Price
$15,000
Vehicle Location


Country
United States
 
City, State
Muncie, IN
Zip
47302
Vehicle Basics

Year
1969

Vehicle Category/Style
Muscle/Pony/Performance

Convertible
No

Exterior Details

Vehicle Color(s)
Black

Interior Details

Color(s)
Black

Engine Details

Engine Configuration
V-8

Transmission Details

Transmission Type
Automatic

 
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