THIS CAR IS IN OUR DETAIL SHOP BEING PREPPED FOR SALE. PHOTOS/VIDEO
COMING SOON - CALL FOR DETAILS 410-636-0511 1969 CHEVROLET
Just in is a very nice 1969 Camaro. Restored as a C.O.P.O
look-a-like it has a solid and clean body including the floors,
trunk and frame. Painted in its original color "Code 57 Fathom
Green" in base/clear which is absolutely gorgeous with a deep
luster and show car shine. All the chrome, trim and weather
stripping are in like new condition too. It has green standard
bucket seat with factory console interior, which is also correct
for this car. It is in excellent condition including the seats,
headliner, door panels and carpets and everything works as it
should like the lights, signals, wipers etc.. Power comes from what
we were told is a rebuilt aluminum head 383 c.i. small block
engine, all we know for sure is that it runs super strong and
sounds really awesome. It is backed up by a tight shifting Muncie 4
speed transmission with Hurst Competition Plus shifter and a 12
bolt posi rear with 3:73 gears.
Other Features Include: Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes (front
only) New Ceramic Coated Headers with Flow Master Dual Exhaust,15"
Steel wheels with poverty hub caps, CD Stereo and lots more!
This Camaro is the perfect "WEEKEND WARRIOR" It has that awesome
C.O.P.O. sleeper look but best of all it runs, rides, drives really
nice and it sounds just plain nasty. THIS IS A REALLY COOL CAR !!
NO DISSAPOINTMENTS !!
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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