All original 1969 Camaro Convertible. This is a true survivor car. 83,300 Original Miles. Original Box A (original mileage) Arizona Title.
Original Hugger Orange Paint (code 72B).
Original body panels.
Original Black interior with the exception of the convertible top which was just replaced.
Original 307 V-8 with rare special order 4 speed manual trans. Bas V8 Model, no power options.
Factory Delear optioned “Ziebart” tripple undercoating since new.
Van Nuys, California assembly/production plant car, sold new in California.
Still has the original Smog Pump as was required in California in 1969. Original sales invoice from the California Dealer, protect-0 plate, and other original documentation. Runs and drives great. Recently replaced the alternator, did the front upper and lower control arms, alignment, tune-up, and replaced the rear mono leaf springs which were sagging due to age and the top always being stored down position. You would be hard pressed to find another truly original/unrestored Hugger Orange 1969 Camaro Convertible in this condition. A true Hugger Orange-72 B paint code car. Paint is original and shows age and wear appropriate with the age of the car and being all original and never restored, presents well. Great patina that is found only on a truly original/unrestored car. This is not a trailer queen or a show car but a very well preserved original survivor. I get more attention and positive feedback on this car as an unrestored survivor than I have gotten on any other classic I have owned including a rotisserie restored 68 Chevelle. People love the time capsule aspect.
This is a rare car that is sure to be a solid long term investment.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY Please !!!! $39,500 or best reasonable offer.
May consider trades or part trades plus cash for another classic car or truck.
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