800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Premium, vintage, upgraded, and powerful...this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Tribute makes all the right first impressions. So with its sleek appearance, houndstooth interior, and big block power, this crisply restored coupe has you in love/lust at first sight.
We all love the 1969 Camaro because it's arguably one of the meanest-looking cars to ever hit the streets. That's especially true when you have an upgrade to sleek black and the hidden headlight Rally Sport front end. SS-style details like the chin spoiler, hood trim, and rear spoiler add to this power car attitude. There's even a nice set of American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. They have a modern 18-inch size and the larger rear set gives this the stance you want in a big block Camaro. The glossy black paint is a quality application that likes to show off the good body panels. This quality look is also a great way to make sure the white hockey stick stripes look crisp and clean.
The exterior has the timeless appeal of black with a hint of white, and the same goes for the interior. That's because your upholstery has been upgraded to the ultra-desirable houndstooth cloth inserts. Clean carpeting, a smooth dash pad, nice door panels, and a good headliner mean this one is inviting in its fundamentals. There are also nice driver-oriented details like the headrests for the front bucket seats, a center console, a horseshoe shifter, and a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel.
This is the kind of motor that will make you proud to lift the hood at car shows. The 396/402 cubic-inch V8 has a cool look, clean inner fenders, a bold orange block, tidy wiring, and plenty of polished components. It's also built for big muscle with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock 427x intake, and headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, there are good supporting components like a Champion aluminum radiator. This fires up with a terrific rumble, and it's ready to hit the road. The three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, front discs, and grip of modern tires are all part of this solid cruising attitude.
There are details you may want to upgrade like adding a radio or restoring the function of the RS headlight doors. But overall, you can really see the everlasting appeal in a big block '69 Camaro done in such an awesome color combo. Call now!
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