Stroker V8 power and four-on-the-floor are wrapped around a
distinctive color package. So while all 1969 Chevrolet Camaros are
desirable, this one has the look, sound, and power to make it
Chevrolet didn't have a green like this to offer in 1969. So not
only does this fresh application give the coupe a terrific luster,
but also there's an instant distinction. The shiny paint works with
super straight bodywork, to offer a combination that truly stands
out on arguably the most iconic body style for the Camaro. This
distinction is only heightened by the iconic dual stripe package
that has been rendered in a cool black and clear coated in with the
rest of the paintwork. The result is a coupe that makes a stellar
first impression. Plus, all of your favorite first-gen Camaro
elements are in place, like the front air dam, SS badging, and D80
rear spoiler. Of course, it wouldn't be a true 60s machine without
plenty of brightwork. The bumpers, velocity stack-style hood,
window trim, dual exhaust tips, and Rally wheel trim all have the
shine of quality.
The black interior has the right look you want in a powerful
classic. There are some inviting features like nice carpeting and
an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo, but really, what you're going to
be focused on is the driver-oriented environment. There are good
stock items like bucket seats with headrests and a dual-spoke
steering wheel that gives you a clear view to the gauges. These are
joined by handy upgrades, like the auxiliary gauge trio, a tach
mounted on the steering column, and a Hurst shifter.
This upgraded motor looks right at home in this upgraded Camaro.
The 383 stroker V8 has a nice presence with the polished support
bars, ribbed Edelbrock air cleaner, and matching valve covers. But
more than just looking good, this block was built to be a seriously
mean machine. A stroker motor gives you a big block displacement in
a small block weight, and this also has go-fast goodies like a
Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, and
Headman long tube headers that add even more power as they
contribute to the rumble of the dual exhaust. The four-speed manual
transmission gives you full control as it feeds the stout 12-bolt
rear end. And there are also traction bars and a meaty set of rear
tires to keep the rubber on the road.
Complete with service manual, this is the shining Camaro with
serious power. So if you're looking to make the scene just by
arriving, call today!