This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible is one of those classics
with the kind of awesome appearance and stance that it even looks
great with the top in place. And its cool red and white color theme
has such an all-American classic appeal that you may just feel like
wearing blue jeans when driving just to complete its patriotic
Bright red is always a favorite on convertibles, and this one is a
product of modern professional application. So you have a modern
clearcoat gloss that has a slick look. And because they took their
time to get the body panels right, you're going to love taking this
drop-top out in the sunshine just so you can see the sunlight roll
evenly across the body. You can also tell they restored this with
an SS kind of vibe with the cowl hood, chin spoiler, and rear
spoiler. But the bright chrome bumpers also tell you this one likes
to feel a bit more like an upper classic cruiser than a Super
Sport. The full theme comes together nicely with the 18-inch
American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. They have a classic look and
plenty of polish, and they also let you fit modern sports
The convertible top has a quality fit, and bright white against the
radiating red has the all-American appeal of a Coca-Cola bottle.
And if you like the way this looks, then you'll love powering it
down to reveal the white interior. The crisp look of the seats,
door panels, and even the convertible boot are more reminders of
the quality investments that have gone into this Camaro. So this
looks quite nice, right down to the details, like the working
courtesy lights and the headrests on the front bucket seats.
There's even a brand new spare tire in the trunk. There's a nice
cruiser feeling everything from the plush carpet to the way the
dual-spoke steering wheel feels in your hands. And the
AM/FM/cassette stereo subtly fits in the factory housing to give
you a modern digital tuner and upgraded driving music.
Under the hood is a year correct 327 cubic-inch V8. It has a tidy
presentation where you can see all the correct-style pieces, like
the bold orange block, color-matched valve covers, and black air
grabber with callout. This kind of well-present look also means the
care you get for a strong-running car. So while we all know these
hardy small block love plenty of upgrades to unleash serious power,
we already appreciate the smooth cruising nature of a well-built
factory-style motor. And it really has an easy any-time driving
style thanks to power steering, a Powerglide transmission, power
brakes, and front discs.
This is a bright drop-top icon that has the kind of investments
where you'll proudly cruise everywhere just so they can all see the
smile on your face. Call today!!!
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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