Almost all muscle car collectors love the first-generation Camaro.
The 1969 Camaros are very desirable and continue to be highly
sought-after collectibles. Add to that a custom resto-mod build,
and you have a unique collector car that you can have fun driving,
showing off on the road and at shows, and one that will gather
crowds not only at cruise ins, but also just cruising around
town.This custom Camaro has an all-steel body that is straight as
an arrow. It is an X11 car built at the Norwood plant. The Pearl
Orange paint is flawless and Pearl white Rally stripes with subtle
ghost flames accent the hood for a touch of class. The Rally
stripes are also featured on the trunk. Paint was professionally
done, and the colors are stunning! Wheels are 17 Budnik and rims
are reversed for a very cool look!Interior is a full custom
ultra-leather interior with beige seats and door panels. Front and
rear seat belts are orange and add a nice contrast. Dash is painted
orange and has the beige padding on top. Gauges are Pro-Comp and
are brand new. The new steering wheel is a Chevrolet Rally steering
wheel.Engine is a crate ZZ4 and is packed with full 355 horsepower
and has only 5,000 miles since the build was completed. Headers are
Hedman, carburetor is a Demon. Transmission is a manual TREMEC
5-speed. Car starts, runs, and drives with excellent performance
and sound!This Camaro was built on the stock chassis and has
extended bars front to rear. Gear ratio is 3:73.Options include
power steering, power disc brakes all the way around, and a
stereo.For serious buyers only, you are welcome to view this great
custom Camaro by appointment. Car is in Kentucky.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Pearl Orange/White Rally Stripes
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