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Great 1st Gen! Slick LeMans Blue, 350 V8, 5 Spd Manual, A/C, Power Disc Brakes

18690 MILEAGE
Coupe BODY TYPE
350 V8 ENGINE
Manual TRANSMISSION
Gasoline FUEL

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute Description:

Camaros are easily the most popular car we sell here at Streetside Classics, and 1969 Camaros in particular are virtually impossible to keep in stock. So when this well-done 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute showed up a few days ago, we realized that it was yet another beautifully restored short-termer that's going to find a new home really quickly. The LeMans Blue on the classic Camaro shape isn't the car's factory color, but nobody's going to argue... that it doesn't look awesome. Has anybody ever complained about a blue Camaro? Never! Fortunately, the workmanship is quite good, so the shiny paint works with super straight bodywork to offer a combination that truly stands out and someone was sweating the details when it was going together. A cowl-induction hood with chrome pins certainly helps, as does the front chin spoiler, and it's been treated to white hockey-stick stripes, one of three patterns available on early Camaros, and these particular decals have been expertly applied. The finish is very good and only shows very minor imperfections, with a shine that turns heads everywhere it goes. Panel fit is quite good, with doors that close easily and a trunk lid spoiler that sits right and with those stripes stretching from nose to door, there's really no place for shoddy workmanship to hide. Nice chrome bumpers, including a set of rear bumper guards, look great against the blue paint and correct SS emblems have been installed in the usual locations. The black interior is very nicely done as well and has been lightly modified for a killer look. The high-back buckets are wrapped in fresh black vinyl upholstery, as is the rear seat, and they're very supportive and do a great job of classing up the interior. A three-spoke wood-rimmed wheel on a tilt column is a nice representation of the original and makes it a lot more comfortable. Black-faced Auto Meter gauges were stuffed into a custom instrument panel that fits snugly into the original dash, and it's joined with Vintage A/C vents that blow R134a cold air into the cabin. Look a little closer and you'll note that the shifter inside the middle console now manages five forward gears instead of the usual four, but we'll get to that in a moment. The rear seat looks untouched, the headliner is taut, the door panels are slick, and the carpets are plush and tie the entire interior together. Out back, the spacious trunk is finished with spatter paint and contains a full-sized spare tire. A 350 cubic inch V8 motor is a welcome sight under the Camaro's cowl-induction hood, and it's running great. It's clear that big money was spent here, with the engine offering plenty of real-world horsepower, Summit Racing iron heads, and stock-style snorkeled open-element air cleaner adorned with correct decals. A big Holley 4-barrel carburetor on an Edelbrock aluminum intake and HEI distributor make it go and it's been nicely detailed with orange Chevrolet valve covers and a matching painted block. There's no power steering, although it's not necessary in the nimble F-body, but power 4-wheel disc brakes are always an added plus on a car as fast as this. The 5-speed manual transmission spins a Ford 9" rear end out back, which is unusual to find in a Camaro, but it's full of highway friendly gears that allow for easy long-distance cruising. Stock-style headers feed a dual exhaust system, so it has that snarl that you've always appreciated in a muscle car. The undercarriage is sanitary with lots of satin black paint, so little things like the brake lines and newer gas tank really stand out. Classic Rallye wheels with bright beauty rings and center caps are a classic look and they carry 235/60/15 front and 255/60/15 rear Cooper Cobra white-letter radials for a performance look. The cars that sell most rapidly are just like this: beautifully finished, fun to drive, great colors, and lots of options. Like I said, I don't think this one will last long, so call today!

Features:

Item location:Fort Worth, Texas, United States
VIN:124379N607798
Year:1969
Mileage:18690
Make:Chevrolet
Model:Camaro
SubModel:SS Tribute
Type:Coupe
Trim:SS Tribute
Color:Blue
Interior color:Black
Engine:350 V8
Fuel:Gasoline
Transmission:Manual
Vehicle Title:Clear