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This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro not only has an awesome color combo inside and out, but also it truly earns its restomod status. After all, with a fuel-injected stroker V8, four-wheel disc brakes, overdrive transmission, upgraded suspension, and A/C interior, it's an ideal mix of classic style and modern performance.
This '69 Camaro is completely stunning in fresh shade of pearl white. It has an even gloss, and a clean appearance with a hint of metallic element. This distinction is only heightened by the iconic dual racing stripe package that has been rendered in a cool blue with metallic added, too. It's clear coated in with the rest of the paintwork so the light loves to roll evenly across this well-done body. The result is a coupe that makes a stellar first impression. When the paint looks this good, expect the bumpers to be upgraded to make sure they rival for the best shine. And this bright attitude is continued on the 17-inch American Racing Torque Thrust wheels. Of course, these polished alloys also add to the performance attitude. This speedy style is continued on the upgraded Super Sport details such as front air dam, blacked out SS grille, D80 rear spoiler, and obvious power bulge of the cowl hood.
While the exterior is impressive, the interior is going to grab some attention, too. This one stands out because it was born a blue machine. Nice upholstery, good carpeting, a smooth dash, and well-done door panels take care of the classic fundamentals you want. And as a true restomod, they upgraded the right places, like the cold-blowing Vintage Air air conditioning and an AM/FM/XM head unit with Bluetooth and USB input for your phone. And because this is a coupe built for driving, you get all the best classic Camaro features. The center console has the horseshoe shifter and the iconic quad gauge package. There's an upgraded sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and so that gives you a clear view to the large speedo and tach.
The callouts on the fender are an instant indicator that there's something special in the engine bay. This 383 stroker motor has the right look of a polished and fortified unit. In fact, it has been upgraded with an Edelbrock performer RPM intake, and topped with FiTech fuel injection. It has the right supporting pieces, too, like billet hood hinges, an MSD ignition, and Champion aluminum radiator with electric fan. Those long tube headers that add even more power as they contribute to the rumble of the dual exhaust. And there are electric cutouts for any time you really want to announce your power superiority with plenty of thunder. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is a stout GM unit, and it also offers highway-friendly overdrive. It feeds an upgraded 12-bolt rear end. As you look underneath the car, you'll also spot upgrades like the tubular front A-arms, subframe connectors, and a rear sway bar. There's also power steering, Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors.
So as you look over every inch of this Camaro, you can see its both stunning to look at and a blast to drive. That makes it total package that's ready to impress right now. Call today!!!
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