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When you want an iconic 1969 Chevrolet Camaro with a mean look and an even meaner 502 big block under the hood, then you'll love to really take a look at this coupe. In fact, with nice upgrades everywhere from the Rally Sport front end to the houndstooth interior, this one knows how to deliver both a ton of style and a ton of power.
A big block Camaro finished in black has an instant appeal. And this upgrade is a glossy application that loves to show off the good fit of the sheet metal. And the contrasting white racing stripes are painted on top. So it not only adds to the crisp look, but it reminds you that this one will always be a speedy machine. Plus, it has all the best pieces you love on a first-gen Camaro, like the velocity stack trim hood, full-width rear spoiler, and large dual exhaust tips. And of course, the hidden headlights of the upgraded Rally Sport front end are such a big part of this car's iconic style. When it comes to brightwork, not only will you love the chrome bumpers and trim, but also the 17-inch Rocket Racing wheels really set the tone nicely for a bold and powerful coupe.
Another great iconic touch awaits when you open the door. The black and white houndstooth cloth inserts on the upholstery does a terrific job of uniting the exterior color theme. And it's an upgrade later in life where there's not even a button missing from the seatbacks. So it gives you a great reason to keep the windows rolled down on this hardtop and let everyone get a good look inside. Pieces like the dual-spoke RS steering wheel, center console, wood-like trim, and horseshoe shifter make for a great classic driver. And you even have handy upgrades like the engine temp and oil pressure readouts.
The 502 badges on the fender were not lying. The engine bay is stuffed with a crate motor that's larger than anything Chevrolet ever offered in the Camaro. This monster motor even has a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and a set of full headers that feed into the rumbling dual exhaust. You'll also spot good supporting components, like an Optima red top battery, electric fans, and a Champion aluminum radiator. It's a powerful car, and so it's nice to have added control of upgraded front disc brakes and modern sport tires. Plus, power steering and the three-speed automatic transmission are great for easy in-town cruising.
An enhanced power package like this wrapped around iconic sheet metal is a rarity, so don't let it slip away. Call today!!!
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