Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to offer a unique 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. This is a full rotisserie restoration into a stunning Pro Touring Camaro. Every nut and bolt is new on this car. Built piece by piece with the help from very talented people, the exterior of this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro captures all the style and nostalgia of the first generation F-bodies. Underneath, the shortcomings of 45-year-old technology have been transformed into new millennium cool. There is just something about this car. Everything on the outside and inside is new. It has a slick smooth firewall with a complete detailed underbody painted base clear to match the top side. In the back, DSE mini-tubs are installed to accommodate 18 x 11 Rushforth Rated X wheels with 315/30 Hankook Tires. A Rock Valley stainless steel narrowed gas tank accommodates the new lowered suspension and narrowed rear end. DSE weld-in frame connectors make this car solid as a rock. Suspension upgrades begin with BMR tubular A-arms, QA-1 adjustable shocks and a 1 1/8 in sway bar to make those turns. In the rear, new Hotchkis lowering springs and Koni adjustable shocks to stabilize the 3:42 12 bolt rear with a 1" sway bar. A Chevrolet Performance ZZ502 crate motor was installed knowing it is big enough to fill the engine compartment and have enough to launch the Camaro like an artillery round. The rumble sound of this car is impressive. It is equipped with aluminum heads, aluminum intake, hydraulic roller cam, forged steel connecting rods and crank, and forged aluminum pistons that run 9.6:1 compression. The Six Pack set-up is an awesome addition to this car from a power standpoint and the eye catching looks. It is Cooled by a Ron Davis Racing radiator which is the best in the industry. The ignition system is full MSD to supply the spark to this bad boy. The impressive engine compartment is detailed with black chrome and painted to match exterior and the Cortez Silver stripe follows all the edges on this car. Wires showing are hard to find including the spark plug wires as well as all electrical components are hidden in this engine compartment. It is equipped with a four speed Transmission with Hurst shifter. Inside is a complete dynamated for sound and a new custom yellow and black Houndstooth interior, and a smooth finished console. A Covan Classic dash panel holds Auto Meter Phantom gauges with Ring Brothers Accents. Rounding the long list of upgrades in the new millennium cruiser is power windows, power door locks, tilt wheel, power trunk lock. Vintage Air cools you on those hot days. Also has billet door vents, DSE intermittent wipers, Marquez Billet taillights and parking lights, all LED lighting, IPod hookup, Modo Pedals, Billet Specialties Pro Touring steering wheel and an a Pioneer stereo system. The classic look of this Top notch glass finish Western Star Yellow/Tuxedo Black paint divided by a Cortez silver pin stripe along with flawless gloss black wheels wells will tell you that this is a professional build. There was nothing spared when building this Camaro. This is a great car to keep in the garage for the weekends and sunny days, or drive every day or take to the autocross. To view 1969 Chevrolet Camaro in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Orlando showroom. - See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/orlando/1969/chevrolet/camaro-S375.html#sthash.DZjVGS7s.dpuf
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