1969 Camaro SS 350. Was able to buy it cheap because I knew the
engine was wrong. Looked it up. It's a 1968 396 325 horse stuffed
in there. Super strong super fast.Put ceramic coated
headers,MSD,new carb. Now runs perfect. New brakes. Some brake
lines. Badged it 396 and painted rear trunk panel black. Was going
to build a pro street out of this car because the engine was not
original. But before I did I did extensive research on this car.
Transmission is a Muncie M-20 #matching original to this car. Rear
end 12 bolt 3:73 original #mathing to this car. checked all four
wheels stamped YJ original to this car. Heavy duty leaf
springs,Drum rear disc front. X11 trim, SS steering wheel original
to this car. Ok it's an SS with wrong engine.Paint code was Daytona
yellow.Interior code was hounds tooth yellow.Had black interior. So
I took to quality interior shop to get original yellow hounds tooth
installed cuz it looked cool. Took 4 months. Shop said do you know
how rare this color is. Ahh. So I tried to find out how many
Daytona yellow and yellow hounds tooth 69 Camaro's were made.
Results not found to rare.Go to car shows down town Chicago asking
Camaro people. they say records were not so well kept back then.
Best guess would be 150 only with that combo. Huh. My opinion this
car should be saved and put back to original as possible for best
value. Even if engine is not. The value is in the rarity of yellow
on yellow. Super rare. Interior needs nothing. Car looks great.
Needs paint to be perfect. Underneath see some small patch work.
Took pictures. Just does not show. Do not want to deceive. Drives
great. Handles great.Fast. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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