This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro was built to be a Z/28 tribute, but you
can also see it has a ton of its own distinction added into the
mix. With a cool matte finish, a fully upgraded suspension, and a
big block with extra go-fast goodies, it's a unique and powerful
Matte red is absolutely mean... like the devil wants to be a street
brawler. But the well-done satin finish also lets the sun show off
straight body panels with even gaps. The chrome bumpers, stainless
trim, and Rally wheels make for a cool contrast with their bright
flair. A '69 Camaro is such an icon because we know these can be
speedy machines, and the Z/28 style only upgrades its attitude.
It's in the cowl hood, blackout grille, front air dam, full
badging, and D80 rear spoiler. And you'll love details that add a
touch more attitude, like the hood pins and tinted taillights.
The black interior looks good against the red, especially with the
nice look of the headliner, upholstery, and carpeting. There are
some premium details like the headrests, deluxe door panels, and
wood-like trim on the dash. But what this one is really all about
is a powerful performance machine. That's why you have desirable
factory-style pieces like bucket seats, a center console, a
horseshoe shifter, and a large speedo and tach directly in front of
you. These are joined by the right upgrades, like a grippy sports
steering wheel and a quad auxiliary gauge package now with crisp
The engine bay is filled with big block power. The 396 cubic-inch
V8 was larger than what the racing rules allowed in the Z/28, and
in fact, it's the largest powerhouse you could get in this Chevy.
And that's just the base for a motor that's upgraded with a Holley
four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and a cam
that allows for a true muscle car idle and a terrific growl out of
the H-pipe dual exhaust. There are also right investments in
supporting components, like MSD 6A ignition, Blaster coil, HEI
distributor, billet fender braces, and a Be Cool aluminum radiator
with electric fan. Not only is the motor well-supported for this
big power, but also so is the suspension. You now have a tubular
A-arm front end, subframe connectors, Hotchkis rear traction bars,
and Hotchkis sway bars front & rear. Plus, there's power steering,
power brakes, front discs up front, and a TH400 three-speed
automatic transmission that's stout and smooth.
This Z/28 tribute has a mean look and an even meaner motor. So if
you love a powerful Camaro, then you know you need to get your
hands on this red devil. Call today!!!