Nicely done in BRIGHT RED w/ White SS hockey Stripes. Nice Driver Quality bc/cc paint, Nice Depth & Shine, was not originally red. This car is very solid. Cowl Induction Steel cowl Hood, Rear spoiler, Nice chrome front and rear Bumpers, nice stainless and chrome, The grill is painted to match the car in red with a black inset and SS 350 emblem. The trunk is solid, NICE FIT and FINISH through out. The doors hood and trunk open and close easily and align properly. The windows roll up and down easily and align properly as well. 15X7 Rally wheels. It Looks Very nice.
Nice white 727 standard Bucket Seat Interior, Nice white bucket seat covers with nice headrest. Nice Black Carpet, Nice white door panels, Nice Black dash pad. Original headliner. The interior is detailed to factory specs and Look Clean!! The dash has the original Factory 5000 RPM Red Line tach and fuel gage. Original knobs on all switches, Nice after market Auto Meter gages in the 4 speed console they work Great. 3 spoke rosewood steering Wheel. Nice kick panels. The windows roll up and down easily and doors open and shut easily also. New weather-strip on the roof rails, doors and trunk. The interior has a GRE@T L@@K !!! Very Clean and Tight!!
1969 350/2500hp small block front pad stamp T0408HC, edlebrock aluminum intake, late model bolt through heads, Billet Aluminum valve covers, radiator. Starts easy and runs great!! This car has power front Disc Brakes, Nice period correct Auto trans with OEM horseshoe shifter. 10 Bolt Rear End, 4 leaf rear springs, sweet sounding Dual Exhaust with a low rumble, Just push the gas and GOOOOOOOOOOO.
This is a consignment camaro from Texas represented to the current owner as an SS 350 Camaro. The car has many SS options including Power disc brakes, multi-leaf rear springs, SS emblems, spoilers, Rally wheels, power brake proportioning valves, 5000 RPM redline tach with center fuel gage, dual exhaust with oem brackets, rear push guards, Many signs point to this car being and SS and if it is then the original 12 bolt is missing and replaced with a 10 bolt GM rear end. It may very well be an SS Camaro. There were also many insurance beeter camaros that were called LM1s, these were regular camaros ordered with all of the SS options except the SS badges. We do not have a build sheet to prove that this was a factory SS or LM1 Camaro. What ever it was it is very Cool Now!!!
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