4610 Pet Lane
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaros is a real-deal SS 396, and so it's essential you get full control over it with a four-speed. Plus, this has a terrific sense of vintage style everywhere from the color combo to the wheels. So it makes for an awesome and powerful true classic hardtop.
The appeal of this coupe is as clear as black & white... literally. It was born a desirable Dover White coupe, and there was even a respray later in life to keep this looking nice and glossy. The good shine works with super straight bodywork to offer a combination that looks sharp on arguably the most iconic body style for the Camaro. And there's a terrific contrast to this with the blackout front end, blackout rear panel, and the unmistakable black D90 "hockey stick" stripe package that stretches from the fenders to the doors. The cowl hood and rear spoiler complete a great SS look, and the polished bumpers have a terrific style. And this one goes a bit further than most to look like a true classic street machine. After all, a Super Sport with dog dish hubcaps makes us think of the Yenko cars, and the classic Goodyear Polyglas tires are a true vintage touch.
All the black accents of the exterior get you ready for the full black interior. This has a nice feel with the seats, dash pad, carpet, and door panels all looking deep and dark. There is a true vintage spirit here, right down to the wood-like trim. But it's also meant for true cruising, and so you have an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner with cassette, amp, and stereo speakers. Bucket seats, a grippy dual-spoke sports steering wheel, and a center console w/aux gauges make an instant connection that reminds you this is a very sporty machine. And of course, the stick shift is like a bright beacon calling out to your right hand.
Under the hood is a great classic look with the big block radiating in orange and chrome. This is a code-X66, and so it's a real-deal SS 396. That's why it's great to see a year-correct replacement motor. It's even got correct pieces like the Rochester four-barrel carburetor and a Winters intake. It fires up easily and has the unmistakable low rumble of a beastly big block as it comes to life. You truly have total control over the monster motor thanks to the four-speed manual transmission, and everything reliably gets to the ground via a stout 12-bolt rear end. Plus, it's built for real driving with features like power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
This Camaro turns heads wherever it goes with its vintage style and proud growl. And it has the right features to make sure you enjoy driving it, too. That's why we know it's a hot deal that will be leaving us soon. Call today!!!
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