Hugger Orange exterior with Black stripes, Black interior. 427ci
big block V8, 5 speed manual transmission. This Camaro is ready to
hit the road. The 427ci big block engine sounds great and features
a mild aftermarket camshaft, aluminum intake, Hooker long tube
headers, and 850cfm Holley carburetor to really move this Camaro
down the road. The 5 speed Tremec transmission shifts great and
makes this Camaro a blast to drive, and the overdrive 5th gear
makes highway cruising easy. Outside, the Hugger Orange paint with
black stripes has a great shine and very straight body underneath.
Inside, the interior has been restored to original specs with new
carpet, door panels, and seats. A Vintage Air HVAC system has been
installed for comfortable driving all year around. Underneath this
car is just as nice as on top with excellent floors and frame
rails. Some features include; power brakes, power steering, A/C,
512 block casting, cowl hood, new exhaust, 12 bolt rear end, 3.73
gears, and much more... A set of brand new American Racing wheels
and BFG Tires have been installed for that classic muscle car look.
This '69 Camaro is show quality that is ready to drive. It is
priced to sell and will not last long! FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL
MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY
REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!!
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Exterior Color:Hugger Orange
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