800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Sleek, mean, bold, and distinct...this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 tribute arguably has the best of everything. So no matter if you love the look of the hidden headlight front end, or love the way the four-speed gives you total control of the big block, this restored classic gives you an award-worthy way to enjoy it all.
Daytona Yellow is an awesome color. The name just gets you thinking about Florida racetracks and Smokey Yunick. Of course, that kind of powerful imagery is also because you know you're looking at a mean machine. That yellow loves to showcase the dark features of the SS upgrades like the deep chin spoiler, Mag-style wheels, and hockey stick stripe. And of course, the RS hidden headlight has a terrific dark style while putting an iconic face forward. But really, this coupe belongs at the car show more than the paddock. The '69 Camaro was the only first-gen car in this color, and so they made sure to show it respect with a high-quality application during the restoration. In fact, you can tell there was a small fortune spent on getting the full package looking this good. The value is seen in the way the panels line up, the doors close with authority, and the bumpers and trim give off a mirror-like shine.
While the yellow and black look great on the outside, it's absolutely iconic inside. After all, the best Camaros got the houndstooth interior, and so they restored this one with an awesomely detailed yellow and black. It's clean and complete where there's not even a button missing from the seatbacks. The door panels are vibrant, the carpeting is plush, the dash is smooth, and the headliner is taut - so it's the kind of quality you'll proudly show off. You'll even appreciate the little details, like the working dome light, smooth wood-like trim, and a working Delco AM radio. But a car like this was made for more than just showcasing. It's a true driver's setup with a grippy wood-rimmed steering wheel, a center console with gauges, and clear speedo and tach.
The fenders advertise a big block, and all that motor under the hood proves it wasn't lying. Just like the rest of this coupe, it was made to be seen with the bold orange block, shiny air topper, matching valve covers, and all those correct decals. It fires up eagerly as the V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor. And the Flowmasters on the dual exhaust give it a terrific tune. But don't just listen to the rumble; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see how this one is clean over every inch. You take full control of this Camaro with the Muncie four-speed manual transmission. It's an all-around solid driver with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and wide BF Goodrich, T/As.
This Camaro loves to turn heads with everything from its color to its rumble. And that's a good thing because it's worthy of all the extra attention it commands. So if you're ready for all eyes on you, call today!
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