1969 Chevrolet Camaro
A flawless frame-off restoration presented in a rare "Butternut Yellow" (code "40") paint with yellow Hound's-tooth interior (code "714").
The car is equipped with a 396 CID/325 HP V8, 4-speed manual transmission, tachometer and gauge package, tilt steering with optional rosewood wheel, power steering and brakes, rear spoiler, 12 bolt posi-traction axle, AM radio, rally wheels and vintage air conditioning.
This is a rare car with a total "no expense spared" restoration.
Additional Details: 396CID V8, 4-Spd. Std., 2 Door dr., Yellow on Yellow, PS, PB, Air, Tilt, Bucket Seats, Spoiler, Rally Grille, Tachometer, Stick-Shift, Seat Belts, Seat Belts Sh., AM Radio, Ralley Wheels, Honeycomb Wheels, Posi, Dual Ex., All Original, Fully Restored,
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