An awesome color combo, solid small block power, and overdrive transmission make this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS tribute the kind of coupe that is instantly attractive for both its style and substance.
The bright yellow is an instant attention-getter. It's an upgrade later in life, and you'll appreciate how it has a nice glow to radiate on your sunny Sunday outings. On top of the yellow are sharply contrasting black racing stripes. And the classic upgrades like matching blackout grille, .....
deep chin spoiler, SS badging, D80 rear spoiler, and cowl hood give this a touch of Super Sport kind of style. It makes for the kind of appearance that's attractive no matter if you want a Transformers Bumblebee kind of color theme or you just love being extra bold everywhere you arrive. A set of 15-inch American Racing wheels with a wider rear set is the perfect addition that gives you the right muscle car stance, and at the same time, it adds to the coupe's shining attitude. And while you'll love the overall performance appearance, it also impresses in the fundamentals with fresh weather-stripping, clear glass, bright chrome, clean lights, and doors that close with confidence.
All the black accents on the outside get you ready for the entire black interior. All the fundamentals have a clean look, including the headliner, door panels, dash, and seats. But what might just impress you the most are the vintage details. The wood-like trim presents particularly well, there are headrests for the front seats, and the full lighting package greets you when the door opens. Plus, there's a terrific driver's car feeling. You get classic details like front bucket seats, a center console with horseshoe shifter, and a Chevy three-spoke sports steering wheel. They are supplemented by upgrades like a Bosch tach mounted on the steering column and Bosch auxiliary readouts under the dash.
The engine bay has the clean look of a well-built powerhouse. This is a 350 cubic inch V8 that is upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, finned valve covers, and an Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake. And a nice set of headers add power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. We have maintenance records showing $1,400 invested within the last few months - including a new starter - to help ensure this powerhouse runs as good as it looks. The transmission has been upgraded to a 700R4 four-speed unit. It's stout enough to handle the enhanced power while also delivering overdrive comfort. Add in power steering, power brakes, front discs, and adjustable front coilovers, and this is the nicely upgraded first-gen Camaro you've always wanted.
This is a powerful, distinct, and all-around desirable Camaro. So if you love driving your classic, you already know this is the icon that's done right. Call today!!!