Very original and very rare 1969 Chevrolet SS350 Camaro Convertible. This beautiful Camaro is powered by the correct SS350 engine. The exterior is finished in LaMans Blue one of the most popular colors ever offered on Camaros in 1969. The White power top works as it should and is complemented by the white SS Hockey Stripe. The front Endura bumper is a rare option in 1969 even on the Super Sport Mode and adds a modern monochromatic look to the classic 1969 Camaro. The SS 350 Trim includes bright mounding as well as the cool Super Sport hood. Front and Rear spoilers add the finishing touch . Powered by the 300 HP SS350 4 barrel engine a great balance of power and handling . Backing that power plant is GM'S infamous Muncie 4 speed transmission with HD clutch. Shifting is handled by the one and only Hurst Compatition Plus Shifter. The Camaros sought after Black Bucket Seat Deluxe interior is fitted with the optional 4 speed console, factory tachometer and console gauge package. The HD suspension is complemented by Power Steering and Power Disc Brakes. Rounding out the rolling stock consists of the classic and period correct 15x7 American Torque Trust Mags.
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GM admits the sleigh’s dynamic capabilities are unmatched
Ever since I wrote about the 1969 Chevy Camaro ZL1 COPO coupe at Mecum’s upcoming Denver auction, I’ve been thinking about ’69 Camaros with big-block engines.
Mecum expects 1,000 collector cars to cross the block July 20-22 during its third annual Denver auction at the Colorado Convention Center.
Pick of the Day is a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro modified for racing by Dick Guldstrand and later restored to racing spec by Guldstrand’s mechanic.
With the introduction of the Chevrolet Camaro in 1966, followed one year later by its mechanical twin cousin, the Pontiac Firebird.