Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS was born an X66 Super Sport, and today it has even more big block muscle under the hood. So when you find a sleek red coupe with a 454 and four-on-the-floor, it really is you muscle car dreams come true.
A Camaro dressed in red always look good. And since there was a nice respray later in life of the factory-correct Garnet Red, this one still gives off the right kind of gloss in the sunshine. We especially appreciate the investment in the brightwork to give this a solid classic shine. But this one takes a truly intimidating stance when combined with the super scoop cowl hood, dark front spoiler, and D80 rear spoiler. The side hockey stick stripe looks particularly nice on this car. It not only goes with the blackout grille, but also it mimics the '69 car's exclusive fender stamping just below it. The 15-inch Rally wheels fill the wheel wells better and look great with raised white letter tires. In fact, there are extra meaty rear tires, and when you view this from the back, the subtle upgrades like the wide rubber and polished diff cover give this an aggressive undertone even when just standing still.
The interior has been upgraded to the deluxe houndstooth interior, and this icon is beautifully finished right down to the correct button-top pattern. While the whole interior is a fresh and tidy place for people to enjoy, the true focus is all on the driver. The center console has the proper quad auxiliary readout package, and the bright shifter is just calling out for your right hand. You left one goes on the classic-style three-spoke Chevy sports steering wheel, and beyond that is a large speedo and tach in deeply recessed individual pods.
We bet you'll love lifting the hood to showcase the engine bay. It's a show-ready presentation with extra slick fender walls, Chevy orange motor, plenty of polished components, and fresh/orderly details really make this whole motor look terrific. The X66 code on the trim tag tells us this is an SS396 Camaro. And while this was born a big block machine, there's something even meaner under the hood. Because while the callout says 396, this is a LARGER 454 cubic-inch V8. It's upgraded further with performance goodies, like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Speedmaster intake, and long tube headers. The four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the big power and high octane soundtrack. And this fees solid on the road thanks to newer suspension bushing, newer body mounts, power steering, and power brakes with front discs.
This is a desirable real-deal SS that combines a mean look and serious power behind it. It's everything you want in a muscle car, and it's ready to run right now. Call today!!!
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