This "Absolutely Gorgeous" 69 Camaro RS/SS, which came out of a personal collection, Certification of Authenticity #'s matching car with a lot of options, has had a complete nut and bolt restoration, done in its factory "Show Quality" Hugger Orange base coat clear coat with painted on white hockey strip and parchment vinyl top, factory SS hood with ice cube scoops, factory front and rear spoilers, RS hideaway headlights with option headlight squirter, new weather stripping and window felts, new tinted windshield - all other glass is factory soft ray tinted in excellent condition, new door handles, re-chromed front and rear bumpers with optional bumper guards, new emblems, new side gills, new wheel well and rocker moldings - all other chrome and stainless is original in excellent condition.
Black deluxe bucket seat console interior - also has Houndstooth option, original dash with optional wood grain in excellent condition, original dash pad in excellent condition, optional grab handle, factory tach and gauge package, factory working radio, tilt steering wheel, new headliner, new package tray, new deluxe Houndstooth front and rear seat covers, deluxe seat belts with should straps, original deluxe door panels in excellent condition, new carpet with floor mats, original center console with factory gauges that all work correctly, correct staple shifter, new sill plates.
Under the hood we have the original 300 horse 350 which has been all rebuilt, factory aluminum valve covers, factory 4 barrel intake, factory 4 barrel quadrajet carb with correct air cleaner, factory ignition, factory exhaust manifolds into correct dual chambered exhaust out the back in stock location, heavy duty radiator with correct shroud and fan, this strong running 350 is back up with its original 350 turbo trans, power steering, front power disc brakes, new OEM fuel and brake lines, all new front suspension - bushings, ball joints, tie rods, shock, ect., has its factory original 12 bolt posi rear end with new multi-leaf springs, new fuel tank and sending unit.
Rides on at set of SS 5 spoke Magnum wheels all around with 205/70/14 front and 225/70/14 rear.
Factory jack and spare, also have original protecto plate, owners manual and certification papers.
This "Collector Quality" car is ready to show and go.
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