AWESOME RESTO, BIG BLOCK 396, FACTORY CORRECT MARKINGS, TONS OF BUILD RECEIPTS!
Imagine it's the summer of '69, and you walk into your Chevy dealer to pick up your dream car. That's exactly how it's going to feel if you drive out of our showroom in this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396. This car has been expertly restored only around 1,000 miles ago to be as close to the factory as possible. From all-new panels to the big block L78 V8 under the hood, this is you dream machine time capsule.
The factory-correct Garnet Red is the color we all love on the '69 Camaro because it's the best hue to express the coupe's aggressiveness. But if you're out to attract attention in red, you better make sure it's on a car with bodywork as straight as this one. The striking appearance is thanks to a full restoration that replaced every major body panel so that its clock could be turned back to day one. On top of that is an investment in modern clearcoat paint and a professional hand applying it. The result is a coupe with a shine that's miles deep, excellent gaps, and a final polish that makes this sports car look like it was made out of liquid. Add in the black hockey stick stripe and a matching black vinyl top, and you get a car that balances intimidation with class. To complete the SS package you get all the correct items like the cowl induction hood, front air dam, and rear ducktail spoiler. Even the brightwork is amazing on everything from the thin mirror-like bumpers to the iconic Rally wheel package.
If you were to put together a "greatest hits" list of the first-generation Camaro's interior, this one would have all the right tunes. After all, what looks better on a black car with black striping than a like-new black vinyl interior? Plus, you also get the center console with the quad auxiliary gauge package, an SS steering that has matching wood trim, and an iconic horseshoe shifter. Just like the exterior, there have been serious time, effort, and money spent bringing this back to factory-like conditions. So there's a feeling of originality from the heater/defrost controls to the clock ticking away in between the dual pod gauges. Even the correct AM/FM radio keeps up this time capsule-like atmosphere.
You'll instantly fall in love with the way the big block fills the engine bay with V8 power. But don't forget to check out the details, too. Take a look at features like the diaphragm around the air topper for the cowl hood, the Delco battery, and the recreation of factory markings – this engine bay is out to impress those who really know what to look for in correct Camaros. And have you checked out the undercarriage photos? They truly rebuilt every inch of this car, and you can see it in the way the stainless dual exhaust shines as bright as the chrome on other people's cars. But more than just an excellent presentation, this SS was made to be driven. With a twist of the key, the big block thunders to life, and this is a period-correct and powerful L78 motor. That correct cowl induction hood feeds colder air to the Rochester quadrajet four-barrel carburetor to create some serious muscle for the streets. And the TH400 three-speed automatic is stout enough to handle it all. Plus, with a limited slip rear end, power steering, and front disc brakes, keeping this beast under control is easy.
We all wish we could turn back the clock, but this big block Camaro actually did it. Plus, you get a ton of build receipts to help understand just how much time, effort, and money went into creating a show-stopping classic. You know this might be a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity at such a high quality restoration. So don't miss out, call today!
- Build Receipts
- AM/FM Radio
- Vinyl Interior
- Power Brakes
- Power Steering
- Engine Type
- Body Color
- Garnet Red
- Body Style
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Buckets With Console
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
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