The 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Remains One Of Americas Most Desirable
Muscle Cars Of All.
It Featured Entirely New, More Aggressive Looking Sheet Metal And Revised Grille. Going Away Was The Coke Bottle Shape, Making Room For A Flatter, Wider Looking Stance.
Current Owner Has The Engine And Drive Train All Set In This Camaro. Car Is In Primer To Finish Off In Your Own Choice Of Color.
Features According To Owner, Include:
Healthy Chevrolet 427 ci V8 Engine
Holley Dual Feed Carburetor With Stainless Steel Braided Lines
Edelbrock High Rise Aluminum Intake
MSD Ignition System
Headers With Flowmaster Mufflers
Electric Fuel Pump With Regulator
Moroso Chrome Valve Covers
350 Automatic Transmission With Floor Shift
B & M Shifter
3000 Stall Converter
AutoMeter Gauges (Tach, Oil & Water)
4.11 Posi Gear
Body In Primer (Car Was Originally Fathom Green - (Paint Code 57)
Original Stainless Steel Trim Around Glass Is Included
Dark Green Bucket Seat Interior (Trim Code 723)
Fuel Cell And Battery In Trunk
Blackwall Tires On Weld Racing Wheels
PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO VIEW THIS CAR AS IT IS LISTED OFF SITE
This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective . .
Worldwide Enclosed Door To Door Transportation / Financing Available
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