This is another award winning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS. Exterior is flawless LeMans blue and paint is top quality. The top is white. All exterior chrome and trim is in mint condition.Interior is Ivory Houndstooth bucket seat with console. Interior is brand new and mint. This is a show quality Camaro SS and you wont find imperfections that are even slightly noticeable.Engine is the original 396 cid with a 4 speed manual transmission. This Camaro does have power steering, power brakes, AC, and smog set up. A total restoration to showroom condition was just completed in 2014.This 1969 Camaro SS is located in Kentucky. It resides in a collection alongside 2 other spectacular 1969 Camaros. Vehicle is available for viewing by appointment.
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