You are looking at a beautiful REAL X-66 code big block 1969 Camaro This Camaro is sure to turn heads everywhere you go. This Camaro has been recently refinished in its original Garnet Red color. This Camaro has recently went through a no expense spared restoration and during the restoration a lot of new parts were added. Just to name a few all of the chrome trim, bumpers are all new. The glass is new in the car which is often overlooked during the restoration process. The 'Hockey puck' stripe has been painted and cleared over so their is no paint edge. The interior is finished in red and it is in great condition! Your trips around town and to local car shows are sure to be a blast thanks to Power steering as well as power front disc brakes. The engine bay is highly detailed. Powering this beautiful 69' Camaro is a 396C.i 375HP. The trans is a smooth TH400. Putting the power of the big block to the ground is a 12 bolt rear. Don's miss your chance to own this one of a kind beautiful 69' Camaro REAL X-66 code big block car for a fraction of what it would of cost to build! If you want to pay more for your classic car, That's your business. If you want to pay less for your classic car, That's our business. With Browns Performance Motorcars shipping is included in our advertised prices. Buy happy with Browns Performance Motorcars!! Questions about our vehicles Contact Our Staff at Brown's Performance Motor Cars 410-553-6211 Only Tax, Tags and Processing not included. 410-553-6211 Only Tags, Taxes and Processing Fee additional to Brown's Price
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