614 E. Auto Center Dr.
From the first glance you can tell this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is a mean machine. And to back up this cool and aggressive appearance is proper upgraded V8 power. So look over all the details that takes one of the best icons of the '60s and gives it an attitude all its own.
This Camaro was actually born a blue on blue coupe, but you can instantly see there's nothing stock about it. Spies Hecker paint's Blew You Away Blue is a modern matte finish that loves to highlight the curves of the first-gen Camaro, especially the special wheel arch treatment that was exclusive to 1969. And what sets this custom package apart even further is its dark side. Whatever is not blue is black. It includes the RS-style front end, chin spoiler, window trim, rear panel, and the distinct velocity stack-style hood that pays tribute to earlier Camaros. And we especially like the 17-inch dark alloys that give this a modern and intimidating stance.
The interior continues the cool blue and black color theme. And while this was born a blue interior, you can tell from the headliner, carpeting, dash pad, door panels, and much more have the look of a proper investment in keeping this one feeling fresher. This has some great vintage elements, like the button-top bucket seats, horseshoe shifter, and quad auxiliary gauge package. These are blended with terrific upgrades like the leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, carbon fiber trim on the center console, and provisions for air conditioning.
The engine bay has a fresh look. It continues plenty of the black and blue presentation, plus there are some polished components for added flair. But what you'll really love is that this is a 350 cubic-inch ZZ4 performance crate V8. It has a Holley four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, and Hooker headers feeding the rumbling H-pipe dual exhaust. Plus, you have nice supporting components, like serpentine belts, an HEI ignition, and an aluminum radiator. This is a powerful package, so you'll be glad to have a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission feeding a 12-bolt rear end. Plus, power steering, a four-wheel disc brake upgrade, and grippy modern tires make this custom classic easy to show off everywhere.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and the factory dual-spoke steering wheel. This is an icon upgraded for power and modern distinction. So if you like to go bold, call today!
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