4610 Pet Lane
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 396 tribute has been done with sleek paint, a terrific color combo, four-on-the-floor, and an even bigger big block under the hood. So it's a sharp, powerful, and absolutely awesome build.
This is a mean machine, and so it looks terrific in a dark color. The dark blue is the product of professional application in 2016. It's deep enough to look like black at night, but in the daylight, there's a nice metallic element that really pops to bring you added attention. As you look over the whole car, you'll see there's a deeper attraction. It has been with the same owner for about 35 years. So when it came time for the restoration, there was added attention, love, and investment in this coupe. The clean glass, clear lenses, pliable weather-stripping, and the way the panels fit all remind you of the difference that comes from long-term care. Even brightwork elements like trim, chrome bumpers, and emblems shine beautifully. As a tribute to the meanest Camaros around, this one has the right performance style. This includes the cowl hood, chin spoiler, full-width rear spoiler, and Rally Sport hidden headlight front end (currently not working, need to be manually opened). And the dark paint means you can distinctly see the dual white stripes painted on top.
The parchment white interior looks like it almost radiates from within the dark exterior, and on this one, it even coordinates with the white exterior stripes. There was a nice investment here getting it looking correct and bright on the seats, door panels, and headliner. This has a classic look everywhere with nice details, including the wood-like trim and headrests. And the AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette means better driving music. There are all the best pieces in place for a driver's classic. This means bucket seats up front, a center console in-between, a classic grippy SS steering wheel, and a Hurst shifter. The Chevy SS steering wheel gives you that classic grippy feel. Plus, those AutoMeter auxiliary readouts and Sport-Comp II tach w/shift light on the steering column are clear indicators that you're going to love what's under the hood.
The engine bay has a fresh and tidy look that tells this coupe has been given a solid investment everywhere. While the badges on the fenders say 396, this is actually a LARGER 454 cubic-inch V8 big block motor. Plus, this has the right performance components, like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake, and long tube headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. You even have good supporting components like the Griffin aluminum radiator and an Optima red top battery in the trunk for better weight distribution. The four-speed manual transmission gives you firm control over this powerhouse as it feeds the 12-bolt rear end. This is the kind of car that wants you to really feel the road, but it also wants to feel solid with the right features like subframe connectors, traction bars, a coil spring rear, and a 3.73 Positraction rear end.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the distinctive and powerful restored Camaro coming off of long-term care. It's the icon that's done right. Call today!!!
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