1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 396

Technical specifications of Chevrolet Camaro 1969

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: RS/SS 396
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1969
Mileage: 27703
Color: Black
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

The cars you want to own are those that someone restored for themselves as keepers. Then, or reasons that are beyond their control, he cars have to be sold and you have an opportunity to pick up a car that's way beyond nice, ars like this slick 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS in nasty basic black. Finished as a "keeper" it's now on the market priced way below the cost of restoration.You can keep your Hugger Orange Camaros, like black because it makes this alpha predator look as sinister as it actually is. It's also especially cool on a fully-loaded top-of-the-line SS396 like this, hich was both fast and sophisticated, ully illustrating how a car could be custom-tailored by using the extensive options list. This is a code X22 which is evidence that it's a real-deal SS396 and by adding the RS equipment group, he car looks especially sleek thanks to the hidden headlights (which are now opened by Detroit Speed electric motors) and stock-style hood with chrome inserts. The paint quality is outstanding (remember that this one was built to be someone's special car forever), nd they chose the early style white SS hockey stick stripes just to make it stand out. It's beautifully finished with chrome bumpers, ill inserts on the quarters, ptional bright wheel arch moldings, nd correct emblems throughout. If you're looking for a great-looking machine, hey don't come much nicer than this.In the '60s, here weren't many fabrics that were more stylish than houndstooth, nd with fresh white seat covers wrapped around factory buckets, he interior is every bit as sophisticated as you'd expect. But it's an iron fist wrapped in a silk glove, ecause there's a Muncie 4-speed and full instrumentation that includes a tach, lock, nd auxiliary gauges, ll of which are fully functional. The faux woodgrain helps warm up the interior and adds an upscale flavor to this particular Camaro. There's an updated AM/FM radio in the dash and it powers a set of new speakers in the kick panels and out back on the package shelf, o entertainment is pretty darned good. It's possible that the arm rests are original because they're showing a bit of age, ut that's a pretty small nit to pick in an otherwise first-rate interior. The trunk is highly detailed, ith a new mat, ull-sized spare, nd a jack assembly.The L78 396/375 was the nastiest of the '69 Camaro engines (with the exception of the 427 COPOs, f course), ut it's the ideal blend of reasonable street manners and savage power. A willingness to rev is its real calling card, nd with a rev-happy mechanical cam, his one pulls like a freight train. Fully rebuilt and highly detailed, tarting with an aluminum intake manifold and QuickFuel 4-barrel carburetor, orrect open-element air cleaner, nd Chevy Orange paint, long with an HEI ignition system to light it up. Chrome valve covers were part of the deal and the little stuff is correct, rom the fasteners to the hose clamps. Long-tube headers feed a mellow dual exhaust system that lets the L78 speak for itself and the chassis is highly detailed with correct markings and zero evidence of past issues. 15-inch SS wheels now wear 225/60/1 BFGoodrich T/A radials that look right.This is a flat-out awesome Camaro that's nicely documented with restoration receipts and finished to an exceptional standard. If you like the dichotomous nature of this luxurious SS/RS, all today!

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