This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Retro-Rod is Truly One-Of-A-Kind. Less than 2,000 miles Since Comprehensive Professional Build completion of this Radical Resto-Mod '69 Camaro. Show-Quality Merlot Metallic paint with Black Leather Interior. Pro-Built Dart Tall-Deck V8 Engine, that's been stroked and massaged, with aluminum heads and a BDS 671 Blower - creating an asphalt-shredding 615-RWHP (Rear Wheel Horsepower) ... with pump gas ... in underdrive. The powerplant is paired with a 700R Overdrive Transmission and 12-Bolt Moser Rear end with 3.73 Gears. This Camaro is DIALED IN! This fine example is an extremely impressive car, with outstanding road manners - it is among the best driving/running/handling restomods out of the hundreds that we've driven. Black leather Recaro seats with French red stitching and Camaro Embroidery. 5-spoke alloy wheels. Red brake calipers. Black leather dash with red stitching. Black leather steering wheel with gloss black accents. Black leather door panels. AUX audio jack. This is an extremely high-quality build, laser straight panels with even gaps, a fantastic early-production series one car that's been built to provide modern reliability and a streetable driving attitude - with plenty of horsepower to back up the attention that this intimidating Camaro commands. It would be difficult to build any other muscle car to this level of quality for any figure close the value you can drive this one home today for. This car is ready to be driven, shown, admired and enjoyed for years to come.The first-generation Camaros are one of those timeless designs that looks good no matter how the car is built. Stock, modified, race, pro-touring, whatever; the clean lines and balanced stance on these muscle cars create a tough appearance with a classic swagger that is an excellent platform for major modifications. If you're ready to stand out with an iconic muscle car that is the perfect mix of classic muscle car attitude and first class modern performance, featuring an awesome combination of no-nonsense looks and vicious street manners, this '69 Camaro RestoMod Coupe is your kind of car.This Camaro is certainly an attention grabber and has benefited from a comprehensive professional restoration, expertly finished in Merlot Metallic with custom Ghost Grey accents. The body on this Camaro is outstanding, perfectly straight panels with the correct gaps show the high-level of craftsmanship that this car was subject to. All the exterior chrome and brightwork was replated, repolished or replaced during the restoration. Upgraded Fuel, Electrical and Ignition System with Upgraded Alternator and Wiring, Upgraded Cooling System Including Radiator and Cooling Fan, Water Pump and all New Belts and Hoses, Master Cylinder and Booster, New Exhaust System, New Weatherstripping.Inside, the cabin is also in outstanding condition throughout. The dash, fascia, gauges and controls, headliner glovebox, carpets, knobs, and lights are all in excellent order. The trunk, as well, shows excellent. Undercarriage and all running gear are in outstanding condition. This Camaro presents in a most appealing fashion that makes it difficult not to fall in love with this near 50-year-old classic.If a fully restored classic muscle car that's in outstanding condition throughout has made it to your short-list, then do yourself a favor and come check out this 1969 Camaro. Contact our friendly and knowledgeable sales team or feel free to drop by our 40,000sq ft of indoor showrooms is Bellevue, WA - Home to the Northwest's Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Sports and Collectible Cars. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!
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