Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is excited to present this 1969
Chevrolet Camaro SS. The Camaro has been an iconic brand for
General Motors since 1967. Manufactured to be a direct competitor
to the Ford Mustang. After six generations and over five million
sold the Chevrolet Camaro will always be one of the most popular
models ever sold. Production ran from 19687-2002 resulting in an
astonishing five million plus cars sold. The Camaro has evolved in
many trim variations and has become one of the most popular cars to
restore and modify into the classic Camaros that we enjoy today.
Olympic Gold paint adorns this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS. Accented
by a factory correct black vinyl interior. Five spoke Cragar wheels
are mounted on a set of B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires. Giving this
Camaro SS a mean looking stance. Under the hood is a numbers
matching 396ci V-8 attached to a Muncie 20 four-speed transmission.
All the power is sent to a 3:07 posi rear end. Headers, high rise
manifold, electronic ignition and three -inch pipes are a great
addition to this build. Options include air conditioning, power
steering, power front disk brakes, and a AM/FM/cassette radio. This
1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS is as American as apple pie. A car that
has carved out its own legacy in automotive history.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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