Here is your chance to buy a 1969 Camaro SS tribute for under $30K with no crazy auction fees to pay. If you have been searching for a first generation Camaro you know how crazy the prices have gotten especially 69's. This is a lot of car for the money. This is a very correct looking SS tribute. The body is clean and straight and was recently painted Cortez Silver with a new vinyl top and sharp looking hockey stick stripe. The paint is smooth and shiny. The car also has new bumpers front and back and a correct set of SS wheels with BFG TA radials. This Camaro is a solid car with good floors, Trunk and rock solid frame. The interior is a black standard which is mostly original and very clean. The engine is it's born with, Matching numbers 350 that runs real strong. Behind this is a smooth shifting Muncie 4 speed with a new clutch. This Camaro also sounds great with its new Flowmaster exhaust that exit the car correctly. This Camaro drives nice down the road. The power drum brakes stop very well and the manual steering gives a nice road feel while not being too hard to turn. The suspension is stock and rides very nice and tight. This is a well sorted out Camaro that is ready to turn heads at the next cruise night. You couldn't build this car for the asking price. I have learned over the years it is much cheaper in the long run to buy a car that is clean and complete and then you can add your own touches and make it your own. Don't wait, This Camaro wont last at this price. Please contact with any questions. Thanks for looking.
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