Blue exterior, Black interior. 307ci V8 engine, manual transmission, Matching numbers, All original survivor, Great driver. This Camaro has been owned by the same family almost its entire life. Having lived in Alabama and Georgia its whole life, it is very solid and in great original condition. The power plant is a numbers matching 307ci V8 backed by a three speed manual transmission. Both function as they should and help get this Camaro get down the road. The paint has a nice vintage patina look with no major dents or dings. The interior is all there and looks to be just like how the factory produced it in 1969. If you are looking for an all original survivor car or a LS swap project this Camaro fits the bill perfectly. 1969 Camaro's are by far the most popular and expensive Camaro's ever built. This one is priced to sell and would make a great investment. It's not every day you find an all original, untouched Camaro like this. Come out to see it in person today!
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