Built at the Norwood plant, this 1969 X66 SS 396 Camaro has been documented by Jerry MacNeish to be a true X66 car. It is powered by a non-original 396ci 8-cylinder engine and Muncie 4-speed manual transmission with new Hurst linkage. The motor is fresh with around 300 miles on it (the title reads mileage exempt) and has Canfield aluminum heads and a Winters aluminum intake manifold. The rear end is original to the car with 12-bolt posi-traction and a 3.31 gear ratio. Its exterior is finished in Hugger Orange with the black trim option.
Pick of the Day driven less than 80,000 miles since new
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