If your next car needs to be a bright shiny red, orange or blue
muscle car then this one probably isn't for you, but if having a
car that no one else on planet earth has then keep reading. For
starters, how many 69 Super Sport Camaros have survived with 39,188
miles? This truly unique Camaro SS was ordered in Olympic gold
paint (code 65), brown vinyl top (code F) and Midnight green
standard interior (code 723). The SS side stripping ties in nicely
with the black grill and tires. If you describe this color
combination to most people they would have a hard time imagining it
looking good, photos help but when you walk up on this car in
person it all starts to make sense ending with a whole range of
awesome complements! You can see where GM was going with this
combination in person when you realize the gold has a tiny touch of
green and the brown top with a slight green hue tying in the
The interior on this car is completely original (never removed)
including carpeting and original floor mats. All gauges and
electrical components perfect working order including key buzzer
warning and reverse/ neutral safety switch.
As far as the paint... great lengths with many spray outs to
achieve the exact and correct Olympic gold color with ultra fine
metallic. Most code 65 cars are some random version of gold with
heavy metallic and although might look nice on their own just
wouldn't work with this top/ interior, it had to be correct.
As far as options, this X55 car was ordered with a factory ZL2
functional "Super Scoop" hood. It's estimated that less than 200
super sports were originally ordered with one. Front/rear bumper
overriders and D80 option also were chosen as part of the
As far as the mechanicals, there are no surprises here. Starting
with the numbers matching drive train it fires right up with
perfect working choke (no warm-up necessary to drive). The engine
has never been completely apart, only to replace the camshaft and
lifters with new GM spec parts otherwise only cleaned/ detailed
during it's one professional respray.
This car spent the majority of his life in a garage in
Pennsylvania. It was last registered in 78 until resent years. As
the new owner will discover... this is an extremely well cared for
example of a completely rust free (original sheet metal) unmolested
There's a lot more that can be said about this vehicle (feel free
to ask any questions) but the best way to understand it is to come
see it, inspect it and drive it... that's when it'll all make
sense. It's a one of one and extremely hard to find in this
condition. If you can make it yours, you'll honestly be the only
one with one like it! Thank you for your interest.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Costa Mesa, California
Exterior Color:Olympic Gold Poly Metallic
Interior Color:Green Vinyl
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