213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro has a well-done color package, nice upgrades (like an A/C interior,) and plenty of big block power under the hood. So take a closer look at a coupe that sits at the intersection of power, distinction, and all the right features.
A deep blue with a bright metallic element sets the tone for a classic that has both a premium and flashy feel. The finish has the right look where the sunshine love to show off some of the sharper edge styling that was exclusive to the '69 Camaro. And if this wasn't already memorable enough, the racing stripes are done in a tastefully contrasting bright white to really get noticed. The whole package is impressive, but it's also not done to be a trailer queen. So it's that ideal look where you'll happily take it out for a drive, and when you do, you'll notice traffic slows down a bit around you. And there are the right speedy details, too, like the front chin spoiler, rear spoiler, upgraded 15-inch Rally wheels, and a proper power bulge to the cowl induction hood.
For the same reason why we love the white stripes against the blue body, you're going to love the ivory interior. It gives this a bright and premium feel from the seats, door panels, and headliner. Plus, for added distinction, a deep blue returns on the carpeting, center console, and dash. Not only is it a more upper-class look, but also they took time to keep it quite vintage. That's why you have plenty of wood-like trim and even the AM radio is still there for display. In fact, most noticeable upgrade is not one you'll see, but you'll definitely feel the comfort of modern R134a air conditioning. This is also a terrific driver's setup. You have Chevy's classic three-spoke sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and beyond that is a large speedo and tach. There's a horseshoe shifter on the center console, and ahead of that, you've got a full auxiliary gauge package.
The engine bay is filled with big block power. Just like the rest of the car, it goes for a very clean and classic look, right down to the vintage-style Delco battery. But there's a bit more going on there. While the callouts say 396, you actually have a bigger big block: a 454 cubic-inch V8. The gasket around the air filter means it helps get cool air from the cowl hood and feeds it to the four-barrel carburetor. This big V8 also exhales with authority though a dual exhaust. Getting all of this power to the ground is a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission that feeds a sturdy 12-inch rear end. Power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and wide Cooper Cobra radial GT performance tires are all part of a solid driving package.
This Camaro offers extra power, extra shine, and extra comfort. So you need to be extra quick to catch this deal. Call today!!!
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