Gateway Classic Cars is extremely proud to present this beautifully CUSTOM BUILT 1969 Chevrolet Camaro convertible in our Houston showroom. 1969 marked the last year of the 1st generation Camaro and this one is a proper send off. Bathed in the classic Camaro Hugger orange with white racing stripes that have it looking like a proper road king while being a very comfortable cruising car. This 69 has been through a complete rebuild that has spared no expense & the level of this build is unparalleled. The car is built on a TCI tubular racing frame with adjustable coil-over suspension on all 4 corners. It has a custom fiberglass Tonneau cover is the back that covers the matching white top that is in like new condition. It sits on 18-inch Fir se racing wheels wrapped in Toyo tires. It has 4-wheel Wilwood braking system with drilled & slotted disc brakes on all 4 corners. You'll need every bit of that braking when you get to what is powering this sweet beast. Under the hood is a complete custom 427 CID Big Block V8 that is only 1 of the 200 of original ZL1 blocks from the GM ZL1 engines. It is a monster of an engine that makes any gearhead drool when you see OR hear it. It is matched to a 5-speed Tremec manual transmission that makes for a beautifully paired mechanical masterpiece & makes for a truly wonderful car to drive. It also has a large aluminum radiator with polished electric fans to keep this Big Block running cool in all driving conditions. The engine compartment is something of an art piece as every inch is detailed to the highest degree with plenty of custom billet accessories. The interior has been completely redone in a custom black & white leather/suede color combination that looks great and is also very comfortable for extended cruising. With a custom steering wheel, custom pro-comp gauge cluster, a high-end Alpine navigation/CD/AM/FM head unit to control the amps & speakers in the car to jam your greatest tunes with the top down! The car also features a new Vintage air condition system that blows cold and works great. If you need to snag some groceries from the store you can set them in the custom finished suede & leather trunk that matches the interior. Other notable features on the car include, AC (blows cold), custom bumpers & front grill, LED lights throughout the car, many custom billet parts, automatic convertible top, CD player with GPS, power brakes, power steering, power locks, power windows, ABS brakes, tilt steering wheel, traction control, leather & suede interior, custom wheels. This car should be headlining the SEMA it looks so good, and in fact it has won best paint & best engine at the Autorama show in Houston, TX. This is one for the books and it is a highly collectible car for any level of enthusiast. This can be yours if you call today!! For more information on this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro call the Houston Showroom at 832-243-6200 or email email@example.com
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