This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is what many of you Chevy fans have been
waiting for. With a bold yellow exterior, custom interior,
overdrive transmission, and performance-built ZZ4 350 small block
under the hood, it's everything you love in one turnkey
This coupe has all the best features. The Z/28 dual stripes and badging are iconic. The hidden headlights of the RS package made these the most menacing car of the '60s. And if that didn't intimidate everyone already, the Super Scoop cowl hood and D80 rear spoiler will. Plus, this one even has a premium touch with the black vinyl roof. You can see all of this so well because the Daytona Yellow is such a bold canvas. And not only is this a correct color for 1969, but the investment in a modern application allows this sunshine-style color to really pop in the sunlight. In fact, the only thing bolder on this coupe is the brightwork. Freshly re-dipped chrome bumpers and upgraded 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels give this iconic American a proper mirror-like shine.
All those dark accents on the outside were really just a preview of the interior. You can tell a lot of thought went into this one from the first moment you lay eyes on the interior. The black bucket seats are correct for the year, but have the feeling of fresh investment. The same goes for the matching door panels, headliner, and carpeting. And while the wood paneling on the wheel and center console are a nice factory premium touch, you can instantly tell there are a lot more modern upgrades. The full bow tie gauge package, shift light, and B&M shifter get your heart racing the moment you come in contact with them. So, while this one is upgraded with an AM/FM/CD stereo, you really know your favorite soundtrack happens when you twist the key.
That might be a small-block V8 in the engine bay, but the flame-etched valve covers should be a nice indication that you're about to experience big block performance. It's a 350 cubic-inch ZZ4 crate motor from Chevrolet Performance. This juggernaut has been further upgraded further with a Procomp breather, four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock hi-rise aluminum intake, MSD ignition, and long tube headers. That last one not only adds power, but also contributes to the thunderous sound of the dual exhaust. And more than offer serious power, this Camaro is also an easy cruiser. That's why it has power steering, upgraded four-wheel disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
Complete with maintenance records and restoration photos, this is a mean muscle machine that offers the best of everything. And it's ready for the first person to get here and grab this deal. So don't wait, call today!
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