1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute, the 1969 Camaro was the final
year of the first-generation Camaro's and it received all new sheet
metal except for the trunk and hood. This provided for a flatter,
wider looking stance.
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro had previously been restoration and remains in very nice overall condition. Originally Hugger Orange by paint code it is now finished in red basecoat clear coat paint which has a brilliant shine and depth as well as painted black SS stripes with a coordinating black interior.
Although this car has many of the features offered in the factory SS option package we cannot verify if this is a true SS as it is a non-numbers matching motor.
This Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute is an awesome machine which sounds and drives as good as it looks. Please see the list of options and upgrades below.
*Cowl Induction Hood,
*Front Lower Valance with Driving lights,
*350 Cubic Inch V-8 Motor,
*Edelbrock 4-barrel Carburetor,
*Edelbrock Performer Aluminum Manifold,
*Chrome Performance Air Cleaner,
*Chrome Valve covers,
*Chrome Oil Breathers,
*Ceramic Coated Long Tube Headers,
*Power Four Wheel Disc Brakes,
*Three Speed Automatic Transmission,
*Tilt Steering Wheel,
*Floor Console with gauges,
*10 Bolt Rear End,
*Rally Wheels with Chrome Trim Rings,
*B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires,
*SS Emblems and Stripes,
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