Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A red 1969 Chevrolet Camaro done to be a proper-looking Z/28 tribute is already quite alluring. But as you dig deeper to see everything from a custom interior, to fuel-injected LT1 power, your dream car is already a reality... and it's up for grabs!
The '69 Camaro is the icon for most of us, and it only gets better on a crisp coupe finished in a sleek red. Plus, because this one pays proper tribute to the Z/28, it gets all the right aggressive pieces. These are the Camaros that get to wear the iconic dual racing stripe package, and the black lines are expertly painted on this red. Plus, they highlight other classic sporty features like the cowl induction hood and full-width rear spoiler. Z-cars are also the ones that wear the 15-inch wheels, so this one does it with extra flair on the upgraded full polished package.
While the red and black of the exterior are part of a nice classic package, they also get you ready for the color theme of the custom and upgraded interior. The first thing that catches you eye are the two-tone bucket seats up front. These have a premium look with diamond stitching, Chevy bow tires in the headrests, and plenty of comfy modern bolstering. The rear seat has also been done to match. The full red and lack package is well thought out, and there's even interesting red detailing on the gear selector, pedals, and around the gauge cluster. It has the right upgrades to be a good all-around driver, including a grippy sports steering wheel, an auxiliary gauge trio, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input for the best cruising tunes.
While the interior has been fully upgraded, your favorite addition is really under the hood. This is a more modern 350-cubic-inch LT1 V8. This is the kind of fuel-injected motor that gave the 3rd gen Camaro Z/28 its reputation for power. Plus, this has extra performance and wicked growl created by the long tube headers that feed the dual exhaust. The upgraded power house looks tidy in this well-done engine bay, and you'll also notice good supporting components, like the aluminum radiator w/electric fan. It tells you this is a car that's meant to be driven, and features like power steering and the 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission reinforce this.
This is the Z/28 tribute with some terrific added features. So if you like an interesting and fun icon, call today!
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