For sale in our Dallas Showroom is a stunning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. This is no ordinary 69 Camaro, this unbelievable build has an LS7 hiding under the hood. That's right you did read that correctly, a big honkin 427 cubic inch monster 69 Camaro. This car built with driving in mind as it looks and feels like a new car. Bringing a whole new meaning to the term pro touring, you won't be disappointed when you add this Camaro to your collection. The builder really thought of everything when designing this Camaro, the black stripes are a perfect compliment to the beautiful silver paint. The interior of this Camaro feels like new with it's black leather and ice cold air conditioning, you will be arriving to your local car shows in comfort and style. Leave the trailer at home for this Camaro, it was built to be driven! To view this vehicle in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and videos, visit our website at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, email us at email@example.com or call 817-310-9400.
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