1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Technical specifications of Chevrolet Camaro 1969

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1969
Mileage: 70,263
VIN: 124379N698811
Color: Black
Engine size: 350 V8
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

We sell a lot of 1969 Camaros here at Streetside Classics, but the ones that are by far the most popular are those like this flamed out Code X77 Z/28 with a great-running small block under the hood and a 4-speed between the seats. It combines all the virtues of the stock Camaro (great driving manners, eye-grabbing paint, and a tidy interior) with enough horsepower to make it a genuine threat on the street, even in today's world of 500 horsepower factory muscle.We know a flamed Camaro isn't for everyone, but the paint job was surely expensive when it was applied about 15 years ago. The traditional yellow licks tangle back over the bodywork the way they did on hot rods of the '50s and to be honest, we really like the look. Even better is the fact that underneath you'll find some very nicely done bodywork, so the car looks sensational when you roll to a stop at a red light or into the next cruise night. A cowl-induction hood, chin spoiler, and ducktail spoiler all give it that classic Z/28 look and with options like the bright gill trim, chrome bumpers, and Camaro script emblems, it really sparkles. There's also a set of discreet '302' emblems on the hood scoop, but that's more a nod to the Z/28 image than reality, since the engine living under the hood is quite a bit bigger than that.That houndstooth interior contrasts with the attention-grabbing paint quite well, and everything is pretty much the way the original designers intended. That means a low-key place to do your driving. Reproduction seat covers replicate the factory stuff, including the mandatory-for-1969 headrests Z/28 embroidery, plus replacement carpets and door panels to complete the look. The instrument panel includes a factory tach in the dash, as well as a set of auxiliary gauges on the center console. Hurst supplied the shifter for the 4-speed, complete with white shifter knob (AKA cue ball), and there's a newer AM/FM radio in the dash. Clearly built for speed, this F-body is light on options, but the stuff you need to make the most of its performance is all there, making this car special indeed. Perhaps the woodgrained steering wheel is a touch of luxury, but it looks so good nobody will ever complain. It also sports a tidy trunk with no bad news, as it has spent its entire life in the warm, dry southern US.The engine bay is typical Camaro fare: a great-running 350 cubic inch V8, some dress-up parts, and simple, basic hardware that's easy to maintain. There's a GM intake manifold and a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, plus a set of long-tube headers to bolster the torque curve, so this car delivers the performance to match its looks. Finned Z/28-style valve covers help with the correct look and there's Chevy Orange paint clinging to the block, although it's no longer detailed for show purposes. On the other hand, you could spend some time under the hood and really take this car up a notch. Power steering and brakes are, of course, included. It's in excellent condition underneath, more evidence of a life someplace warm, and the new exhaust system with X-pipe gives it a spectacular soundtrack. A 12-bolt rear with 4.11 gears inside means that this sucker is shockingly quick off the line and the fat white-letter radials do their best to hook it up.There's a reason these cars are so popular, and this one has the right look, the right stance, and the right powerplant to make it a hot property. And although not numbers matching, this is still a real Z/28, priced to move. Don't delay, call now!

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