1969 Chevrolet Camaro One of the most popular things in classic cars of the modern time is pro touring cars. These vehicles combine a classic look with new age luxuries to reach the highest level of performance available. You have seen these vehicles out at shows where they are frequently blowing others away on the road coarse and on the long nation wide runs where they are usually the only ones with the reliability to complete the trip with no need to stop for repairs. Well this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is one of these pro touring cars but combines a since of style that is all attitude. Wide rims, a fully blacked out body, and a sound you just can't beat all work together to give this car its badass personality. Before being entirely gone through and restored to a state that would have your new 2013 daily driver trembling, the car was a solid rust free Texas automobile. The only needed body repairs include small quarter size areas behind the rear tires which are notorious for rust. All of the components used in the restoration are top of the line and all name brand from the top manufacturers in the business. You really aren't going to find anything higher quality than this. The following tables break down the car ENTIRELY so you can see where every dollar was spent on its build: BODY: -Jet Black base coat clear coat PPG. -DSE Mini tub rear -DSE sub frame connectors -DSE lowering solid body bushings -Complete dynamat extreme insulation -Marquez billet tail lights -SS Badging -2" cowl hood -Front and rear spoilers -New glass -New bumpers DRIVETRAIN: - High Performance Small Block chevy 396 C.I. w/ aluminum heads -ZZ4 4 bolt main block -MSD ignition and distributor -Competition Cams 2 piece aluminum timing cover -Callies Dragon Slayer 3.875 Steel Crank -Callies Pro 1 H beam 5.850 rods -SRP Forged Pistions -JE rings -Callies 4 bolt center main caps -Clevite rod and main bearings -Hooker super competition long tube headers -Edlebrock -Holley 750 double pumper -K&N 3" Air Cleaner -Street dampr -Competion Cam 520 lift hydrolic roller cam shaft -Jesel shaft mounted rockers -Chevrolet cast aluminum valve covers -Exhaust is 2.5" mandrel bent with 2 chamber Flow Masters -March aluminum pulleys with serpentine belts -Be cool radiator -Dual 11" Spal fan and shroud -T-56 6 Speed trans from a 2001 LS1 camaro -Mc Cleod 11" clutch -Mc Cleod 11" 2850LB Pressure Plate -Mc Cleod powder coated scatter shield SUSPENSION: -DSE Front Coil Over Conversion Kit -DSE Tubular control arms upper and lower -1" front sway bar -DSE front coil overs with 450 LB spring -DSE tubular tie rod connectors -AGR quick ratio power steering box -Baer Track 13" Cross Drilled brake rotors with polished 4 pistion calipers in front -Baer Touring 12" cross drilled brake rotors with polished 4 pistion calipers in back -Bonspeed 17X8 Delta front wheels with 245/40/R17 BF Goodrich G force tires -Bonspeed 17 X 11 Delta rear wheels with 315/35/R17 BF Goodrich G force tires -Moser Ford narrowed 9 inch rear end with strange axles / nodular iron center section with Detroit True Track with 3.55 gears -Heavy duty 3" driveshaft with heavy duty U-joints -DSE Quadra link 4 link rear suspension w/adjustable coil overs 350LB springs INTERIOR: -Redone in black to appear stock -factory 6000 RPM redline tach -factory 4 speed manuel transmission console with gauges -Pioneer in dash CD/MP3 w/ipod connection -Windows tinted -Vintage air Gen IV all electronic A/C and Heater As you can see this car was extremely well done and the level of craftsmanship is unmatched in a lot of cars out there. You don't want to miss the chance at adding this car to your collection. Look around at other Camaros and you will keep finding yourself coming back to this one. You cannot even come close to replicating the car for the asking price of $74,750.00!
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