800 Derita Road, Ste. A
With is full cool blue presentation, smooth V8 power, and nice extras, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS tribute is the kind of classic for those who enjoy the drive.
This one really has the best sporty features you want on a first-gen Camaro. The tall cowl hood, deep chin spoiler, blackout SS grille, full-width rear spoiler, and sleek SS hockey stick stripes are all instant reminders that we love a Camaro for its performance look. The Rally wheels are even the Z/28-style 15-inch units. It's all against the background of a nice shade of blue. It's a bit deeper than the factory Glacier Blue, and the later respray also means a nice gloss. It really helps give this coupe a nice first impression wherever it arrives.
The full sea of blue continues inside. This was born an all-blue car, and you especially understand that with the highly original interior. There has been room for a few worthwhile upgrades. There's a Vintage Air conditioning system to keep you cool when the windows are rolled up, and the stereo gives you the best in upgraded tunes with an AM/FM/CD setup with a USB input and Bluetooth. You get a grippy sports steering wheel done in blue, and a large speedo and tach is ahead of that. The desirable center console not only houses the horseshoe shifter, but also the iconic quad gauge package.
Under the hood is the famous 327 cubic-inch small block V8. It has a tidy look of a well-maintained motor. Plus, the ribbed valve covers and air element sealing to the fresh air cowl hood will have some people making Z/28 whispers. The dual exhaust note certainly has a sweet muscle car tune. But really, this coupe's V8 is a smooth runner that's more about cruising. That's why you also have nice anytime driving features like power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a three-speed automatic transmission.
While this might be an all-blue Camaro, the only way you'll feel blue is if you miss out on this deal. Call now!
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