SHOW-QUALITY BLACK OVER HOUNDSTOOTH, 383 CI STROKER, 4-WHEEL DISC, POSI!!
When you dream of your next muscle car, I bet it looks a lot like this 1969 Camaro RS. Basic black with a snarling 383-inch small block under the hood, a houndstooth interior, and every last detail massaged to make it a threat on the show field as well as the street. Yeah, this is the one you'll want to take home.
For many Camaro fans, there's only one: 1969. Uniquely styled, incredibly aggressive, and one of the most attractive pony cars to ever roll out of the Motor City. Dressed in black with white SS stripes, this is a real-deal RS with a few Z/28 touches to give it just the right look. Finished to a very high standard, it's the kind of car that gets people to do a double take, then they track it down and spend some real time looking it over. It's that nice. Fit and finish are gorgeous, the white SS stripes are buried under the clear, and details like the folding headlights and the ducktail spoiler give it a timeless appeal that we can all agree looks awesome. A cowl induction hood is expected at this level, and you'll note how evenly it fits in the hood opening, which is par for the course on a car that also has incredible door gaps and a flush-fitting deck lid. A few chrome bits are freshly polished, including the bumpers and gill inserts on the quarters, and all the badges are in the right places to give it the right look.
Houndstooth was the word in 1969 and it looks even better today when retro fashion is back in style. The combination of the black-and-white patterned cloth inserts with warm wood appliques and a matching steering wheel is pretty darned hard to beat, I don't care what you're driving. Factory gauges provide the basics and there's a trio of aftermarket dials under the dash watching oil pressure, temperature, and voltage. And you know this car's built for just one thing, because instead of a radio it merely has a factory block-off plate, eliminating the stereo as a source of distraction from the serious business of driving. There is a center console with a horseshoe shifter and even the floor mats are getting in on the action with a subtle black and white pattern. Pop the trunk and you'll find nothing but solid steel and spatter-finish paint, adding to the car's built-for-speed attitude.
If you build a car that looks like this, you need to back it up. With 383 cubic inches, aluminum heads, and a big 4-barrel carb up top, this one won't find many challenges it can't handle. Even better, there's a quick-shifting TH350 3-speed automatic behind it, complete with B&M internals, and a 12-bolt Posi with 3.73s inside to make it hammer off the line. 4-wheel discs provide impressive stopping power and that stance comes via a set of dropped spindles. It looks pretty but goes like it wants to hurt you, and with long-tube headers and a stainless exhaust system the soundtrack is pure adrenaline. And as long as you're looking around under there, dig the solid floors, clean suspension, and all the new hardware. Classic Rally wheels with 215/65/15 front and 245/60/15 rear BFGs complete the look.
The best-looking muscle car of all time? Hard to argue against this spectacular RS. Call today!
Defrost, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Heat, Power Brakes, Seatbelts, Seatbelts-Front, Seatbelts-Rear, Vinyl Interior, Cloth Interior
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 383 V8
- Transmission Type
- Automatic (Floor)
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 85,269 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Vinyl Cloth
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
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