This 1969 Camaro is a true X22 big block SS dressed in Lemans Blue and backed by a Muncie 4-speed. 1: Chevrolet Motor Division 2: Camaro 4: 8-cylinder engine 37: Coupe 9: 1969 model year N: Assembled at GM Norwood, Ohio manufacturing facility 706269: Sequence number and the trim tag: 69: 1969 model year 12437: 1: Chevrolet 2: Camaro 4: 8-cylinder 37: Hardtop NOR: Assembled at GM Norwood, Ohio manufacturing facility 711: Standard black bucket seat interior 71/71: Lemans Blue upper/lower paint 10E: Assembled during the 5th week of October X22: Camaro SS / 396ci V8 D80: Chin/deck lid spoiler package Once stripped of its original paint and massaged into a near perfect canvas, the body was treated to a fresh coat of code 71 Lemans Blue paint. GM instilled a lot of sharp lines in the 69 models and everyone is displayed perfectly here. A white hockey stick stripe extends from the front of the fender, terminating just before the door handles for a signature Camaro look. The beyond-factory-perfect idea continues into virtually every detail on the cars exterior. At the front, a pair of round headlights framing a pointed black grille rounded out by a centered SS badge. Below, a thin chrome bumper hugs the body while a pair of driving lights sit just about a D80 chin spoiler. A ZL2-style hood gradually rises, feeding air into the engine compartment below. Even the paintwork behind the drip rails is remarkably smooth. The side profile is accented by a wide variety of details including new badges, fresh wheel well moldings, clean rocker trim, chrome door handles, chrome trim for the simulated vents and corner markers at both ends. Despite the long list, the design presents and fresh and clean, rounded out by a D80 deck lid spoiler, rectangular taillights, a satin black taillight panel, and a second chrome bumper handing below. A final SS badge hangs in the center of it all, just so onlookers know exactly what just passed them. As an X22 car, the bay of
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