This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe features a L78 396 with 375 HP
engine. It is equipped with a M21 4-Speed Manual Transmission. The
vehicle is Burnished Brown with a Other
This Burnished Brown 69 Camaro SS is a two owner car with an interesting history!� Cosmetically restored, this beautiful car shows exceptionally well!
This code 61 Burnished Brown 69 Camaro SS 396 is a two owner car with an interesting history!� According to the previous owner, the car was originally ordered by the dealer Maurice J Sopp & Son of Huntington Park, California to become a part of the dealerships drag racing team.� The car was built to be a stripped out drag racer with steel wheels, no center console, no spoiler, and a monster L78 396 CI V8 with 375 horsepower (the most powerful engine available that isn't a COPO).� Fewer than 2% of 69 Camaros were equipped with the L78 engine.� The JH suffix on the engine's stamp pad reveals the car to be a 396 special high performance.� The engine is certified as original to the car by Jerry MacNeish.� As the story goes, the wife of the owner vetoed the cars drag racing plans and the car was transferred to Hal Green Chevrolet, in Monrovia California.� The first owner of the car purchased it in 1971 and began a 6-year drag racing career.�� The car was retired in 1976 and sat in the back of a garage, unregistered, until the late 90s, when it was purchased by the second owner.� The second owner put the car through a high quality cosmetic restoration that included a full respray in the original Burnished Brown as well as detailing the engine bay, under carriage, and suspension.� The interior remained mostly original.� This car is documented with the original bill of sale, an NCRS shipping data report, and registrations dating back to 1971.� The engine in the car is still the numbers matching L78 396.� This cars next owner will not only be purchasing a gorgeous Camaro, but a car with a documented history and multitude of great stories!
Miles:�30,158 miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT)
Engine:�Numbers Matching�L78�396 CI�V8�with 375 Horsepower�
Engine Block Number:�3955272
Engine Casting Date:�C 26 9 (March 26, 1969)
Engine Assembly Stamp:�T0411JH (April 11, Special High Performance)
Transmission:�Muncie M21 4-Speed
Transmission Stamp:�P9T11B 19W393964
Rear End:�4.10 Gear Ratio
Trim Tag Info:�Build date 04D (4th�week of March) Paint Code 61-61 (Burnished Brown) Trim Code 711 (Black Vinyl)
Equipment:�Power Brakes, Radio (Inoperable), M21 4-Speed Manual, L78 396, Steel Wheels (All equipment and features of this car were in working order at the time of listing, unless noted above)�
Items Included with the Car:�One Set of Keys, Registrations Dating Back to 1971, Binder with Pre-Restoration Photos and Owner History, California Black Plates (Documented with Vehicle as Far Back as 1972)
Condition Code:�(2) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5)
Warranty:�This vehicle is being sold AS-IS
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The Term "Numbers Matching"�used in our descriptions refers to an engine that has an: engine block casting number and date, engine assembly date and suffix code, and engine VIN/serial number that are present in a manner that is consistent with build sequence of the described vehicle.�
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*Condition Code Chart: Excellent:�Show car, freshly restored to like-new or better condition, also could be a very low-mileage excellent condition survivor or late-model vehicle Great:�Older frame-off or very nice frame-on restoration, could be a low-mileage great condition survivor or late-model vehicle, the nicest condition car most people would feel comfortable driving to shows or for special occasions Good:�Driver quality, at first glance a car that appears to be in great condition, a closer inspection will reveal minor flaws in the paint and interior, the undercarriage and engine bay normally looks unrestored.� These cars are mechanically sound, fully functional, and are normally enjoyed on the weekends and for special occasions in good weather. Fair:�A car that starts up and runs but is in need some mechanical and cosmetic work in order to be enjoyed on a regular basis Poor:�Restoration project, a car that needs to be totally restored
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