Flash and substance... that's what you look for when buying a classic car, and this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro truly delivers. With a great shade of factory-correct blue, plenty of aggressive touches, and a thumpin 383 stroker V8 backing it up, you're looking at a highly desirable setup.
LeMans Blue is one of the best names in Chevy paints. It's borrowed from the Corvette's pallet of the same era, and its name simply suggests that you have a faster car than everyone else. This is a more recent application of the factory-correct color, and so it has a nice luster in the sunlight. And let's face it, with a Camaro SS this cool, you'll be out on plenty of sunny days. It has the attractive white hockey stick striping, which also helps prove just how straight the body is, and it really pops against the blue. The brightwork in '69 was not overly done from the factory, but you would only notice if it were not this complete and pristine on areas like the thin bumpers, rocker panels, or rear fender accents. It has an aggressive appearance thanks to the front air dam, cowl hood, and D80 spoiler. Merging these two worlds of shine and intimidation are the iconic rally wheels.
The bright white interior is the perfect combo with the exterior. After all, it's a coordinating color with the blue, and the white exterior stripe almost feels like a preview to what you'll get when opening the door. While the door panels, seats, and headliner look pristine, you don't have to worry about taking off your shoes before hopping in because the carpeting is a deep black. Slip behind the three-spoke sports steering wheel, and see the factory instrument panel including, tach. This is a cool center console car, which nicely frames the Hurst shifter and iconic quad auxiliary gauge package.
When you pop the hood, this coupe has the presence to get you excited. The tidy hoses and wires give you a clear view at a V8 that you can instantly tell is special. While it technically counts as a small block, the built 383 cubic-inch stroker motor makes big block torque without the weight. Aluminum heads help even more, making this Camaro as agile in corners as it is potent in the straights. Adding to this performance package is a Demon four-barrel carburetor, hi-rise intake, and long tube headers. With one twist of the key, the Flowmaster dual exhaust announces your power superiority. And you can easily back this up thanks to the total control provided by the four-speed manual. Plus, that feeds the stout 12-bolt rear with 4.11 gears that's perfect for power take-offs. Add in great anytime driving features such as power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of BF Goodrich tires, and you soon realize that this muscle car has a lot of attitude, but the right features that easily let you tame it.
When you find the right mix of colors and components on a classic, you know you have to have it...and remember you're not the only one who sees this coupe, so hurry up and call today!