800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro maximizes what you really love about these. It has a Super Sport style done with a quality application of an iconic color combo. And when you lift the hood, the bright small block shows off all the best go-fast goodies.
Hugger Orange paint sets the tone correctly for this car. It's a year-correct color that's one of the most vibrant Chevy ever offered. While it's an obvious fit in a muscle car, there's also an added flair with good gloss in sunshine. So it shows off the straightness of the body lines and gives well with the bright chrome bumpers. This is an X11-code coupe, so it potentially could be a true SS, and this one also shows it off in all the best ways. That's why you have the velocity stack hood trim, SS badges, and D80 rear spoiler. Plus, the Z/28-style dual white racing stripes are painted on, not decals. It's a stylish total package, and the upgrade to 18-inch Foose wheels with extra-wide rear rubber gives this the right sporty stance.
Those bright white stripes of the exterior go great with the bright white upholstery inside. It's all part of this car's thoughtful-looking setup. They were even mindful to do the higher traffic areas in black, including the door panels and carpeting. You may find some areas to improve or add a stereo of your choosing, but overall, this has a nice presentation that's quite inviting. While this is stylish, the point of a classic Camaro is to have a real driver's car. So you have stock pieces like the front bucket seats with headrest, a center console, and a horseshoe shifter. This is joined by upgrades like the under-dash auxiliary gauges and a smaller diameter sports steering wheel.
Under the hood, the smooth and dark inner fenders funnel your attention to the tidy and shining heart. This is the 350 cubic-inch motor that's built right with Brawler four-barrel carburetor, and Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, and long tube headers feeding into the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. It's a powerful package that's part of an overall easy cruiser. That's why there's also a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and grippy Nitto NT555 sport tires.
This is the right mix of style and power that you want for arguably the most iconic year for the Camaro ever. So don't miss this bold coupe. Call now!
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