This stunning 1969 pro touring convertible tucks a modern GM Performance Parts Ram Jet 502 into a timeless muscle car design that has been lowered and tweaked with some of the best components on the market. Recently frame off restored into a lean and mean Pro Touring dream car, this 1969 Camaro Rally Sport displays bodywork that is nothing short of immaculate. On top of the well-done body, a smooth Yellow paint job that seems just a shade brighter than GM code 40 Butternut Yellow is topped by black Super Sport fender stripes and satin black rocker panel paint that perfectly highlight the cars excellent lines. Under the steel hood, an impressive 510 horsepower GM Performance Parts Ram Jet 502 is dressed in a masculine shade of silver topped with slick aluminum valve covers. At the bottom of the car, power from the clean 502 runs through a slick shifting Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission to a GM 10 bolt rear end Holding that hardware off the ground is a factory double A-arm front and rear leaf spring suspension that retains its correct power steering and has been upfitted with two inch drop spindles which provide a great pro touring stance. Braking is provided by a four wheel Wilwood system that included drilled and slotted rotors at all four corners, and exhaust flows from the coated long tube headers into a large welded aluminized pipes that are connected to aggressive sounding dual chamber Flowmaster mufflers. Putting the power to the ground is a spectacular set of aluminum Intro Vista wheels that measure 18 inches in the front and 20 inches in the rear and wear 225/40 and 255/35 Nitto Extreme performance radials. Inside the car, youll find a fresh black houndstooth vinyl interior that features buckets and an optional Z87 deluxe interior package which adds black molded door panels, wood grain dash applique and bright pedal trim to elevate the cockpit to a whole new level.
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