1969 Chevrolet Camaro


STREETSIDE CLASSIC CARS DALLAS
Fort Worth, TX 76137
United States

1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Price
$26,995
Condition
Stock Number
3504-DFW
VIN Number
XX-403-3504-DFW
Category  Classic Cars

Description
If you like to drive, small block Camaros are what you want. Cars like this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro are nicely balanced, with great handling and acceleration that still intimidates other drivers on the street, all without the fuel economy penalty of a big block. This fresh-looking hardtop offers all the virtues and none of the vices of an early F-body.


Repainted with purpose, the Blue Metallic finish is a great choice today, providing a more vivid profile and attention-grabbing .....
presence that the original Garnet Red ever did. Somehow this one looks longer and sleeker, perhaps due to the stance, which is more road race than quarter mile. It's been stripped of all badges for an even sleeker look, and the cowl hood and ducktail spoiler out back set an aggressive tone. Finish quality is quite good but not perfect, and the 1969 Camaro sheetmetal doesn't tolerate sloppy workmanship with that sharp crease running along its flanks, leaving this one looking good in the flesh. Although the build sheet has been lost to the ages, this one definitely has an SS look throughout the build, although some liberties have certainly been taken. Shiny chrome bumpers, door handles and mirrors, and polished stainless window trim all add some glitter against the vivid blue paint.


A white interior in a blue car is perhaps the best possible combination if you want to attract attention, and with newer seat covers, clean door panels, bright wood appliques throughout, and black carpets that look plush, the interior is ready to rock. Even what GM called the ""standard"" setup was pretty stylish, and with a center console and that horseshoe shifter, the Camaro becomes a pretty nice place to spend some quality time. The SS gauge package is present, with the speedometer and tachometer ahead of the driver, along with proper auxiliary gauges built into the middle console. The original AM radio is gone, so it's ready for the head unit of your choice and the original ""Astro-Ventilation"" is still in place as well. The trunk is finished with spatter paint and provides plenty of room for luggage during those long-distance cruises.


The reason we like this Camaro is the 400 cubic inch V8 up front, which is hundreds of pounds lighter than a big block, improving handling and braking in a big way without a major sacrifice in acceleration. With an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb and intake up top, chrome valve covers, and bright Chevy Orange paint, it looks every bit the part of a hi-po bowtie. Factory-style headers and a newer dual exhaust system give it a great V8 rumble that few other engines can match, as well as a fat torque curve. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission snaps off shifts like rifle shots and the 10-bolt out back is built to take it. Power front discs and power steering make driving this F-body a breeze, and the 15-inch Eagle Alloy wheels and 215/65/15 front and 235/60/17 rear performance radials certainly help.


If you've been looking for a great early Camaro, try bending this '69 into a corner before making your decision. Call today!
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