A real-deal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS presented in a bold red is already a winning proposition. But it becomes irresistible when it has been restored with all the right upgrades, including a performance crate V8, four-wheel disc brakes, and an A/C interior.
No other car wears racing stripes as well as a Camaro; they practically define the legend. Projecting an image of both aggressive and sophistication, the hidden headlights of the Rally Sport package are one of the most iconic features of the '69 Camaros. Cinder Red paint looks amazing in the sunlight thanks to a full restoration that occurred only 2,150 miles ago. There was an investment in a modern luster and a professional hand applying it, which now does a terrific job of showing off the exceptionally straight sheetmetal. This level of quality is essential on the '69 Camaros because of the iconic front fender line that races into the door and the Coca-Cola bottle styling. White SS stripes are almost mandatory, just like the cowl-induction hood, chin spoiler, and ducktail spoiler out back, all of which give this Camaro traditional good looks that never go out of style. Speaking of style the mirror-like presence of the bumpers and other bright trim are always a welcomed sight. And this shine and aggression merge perfectly together on the 17-inch alloy wheels that are wider in the rear to help with that aggressive stance.
We all love black interiors in American muscle like this, and the deep dark color is on the bucket seats, door panels, carpeting, headliner, and dash. It all looks fantastic thanks to the investment during restoration. And while this Camaro has all the vintage elements you love, like the center console with iconic horseshoe shifter, you quickly start to notice plenty of upgrades. For example, just ahead of the shifter are clear AutoMeter auxiliary gauges. And when you get in this coupe, you're greeted by a new three-spoke steering wheel with classic Chevy center cap. Just beyond that is a large speedo and tach package that nicely matches the auxiliary readouts. And there are also plenty of subtle upgrades, such as the AM/FM stereo that has a vintage knob-style appearance, but it's really a modern digital tuner with an aux input for your iPod. Plus, Chevy's Astro ventilation system now has modern R134a pumping through its vents to keep you feeling cool in your cool Camaro.
If you're wondering why the small-block looks so great in the engine bay, it has to do with more than just all the shiny components like the air cleaner, compressor, valve covers, brackets, and pulleys. This is a 350 cubic-inch crate motor with so few miles that it's practically still fresh out of the box. This LT4 has been treated to great sports car upgrades such as cam roller lifters, heavy valve springs, Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and a performance intake. But more than just listening to the rumble the full package it creates out of the dual exhaust, see where it comes from. The undercarriage photos help tell tale of the full restoration that includes the rebuilt front and rear suspensions. And the improvements don't stop there. The coupe has been built with reliable components such as an MSD ignition and aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans, so that means your Camaro can stay cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C running. Plus, the rebuilt TH350 three-speed automatic transmission and versatile 3.55 rear gears means this is a great anytime cruiser. Add in the upgrade to Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes and the grip of modern ZR rated tires, and you have the kind of classic that can literally run circles around the other 1960s machines.
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