402 V8 (396 BORED .30), DUAL QUAD, 4 SPEED MANUAL, PWR DISCS & STEERING, OFFERS!
It's hard to go wrong with a '69 Camaro. They have, and always will be sought after, and this example proves why. A true factory Daytona Yellow, this f-body has a mean 402 V8, a four speed manual, and all of the accessories you could ask for. A great restoration you can just get in, drive, and be noticed in style!. And isn't having fun what this is supposed to be all about?
It's hard not to do a double take on any f-body, but combine bright Daytona Yellow with black racing stripes, and you will have everyone looking twice, and possibly a third time. Originally ordered from the factory with a vinyl top, the roof was recently covered in the bright yellow paint, and its hard to argue with the results. We love that this car is still dressed in its original color, the bright work is clean and shiny, and with all the SS and 396 emblems no one will dare to challenge you on the road. The D80 front and rear spoiler completes the performance look, and a moderate hood scoop warns what lies in wait under the hood.
The clean black vinyl interior epitomizes Camaro cool in 1969, and looks timeless today. It is no-nonsense and monochromatic, but in good condition overall with a little bit of wood grain sprinkled in on the dash and console as it was back in the day. Factory gauges in the dash are joined by a trio of aftermarket auxiliary gauges down in the console, a tribute to the factory setup. Black carpet flanks both sides of the center console that houses the shifter. An AM/FM stereo with cassette player sits in the dash ready for your next road trip. No surprises in the trunk, either, which carries a reproduction mat. Overall the interior is in fantastic shape, and is ready to be shown off at your local car show or cruise in.
Under the hood is some serious motivation. It's here you'll find a dual-quad 402ci V8 that has been stuffed into the yellow engine bay. We all know the story of the 402, Introduced in 1970, the 402 was a 396 bored over by .030. Despite that the 402 was 6 cubic inches larger, Chevrolet continued marketing it under the popular 396 label. Regardless of what you want to call it, we can tell you that this engine is a serious performer. Wearing a set of Edelbrock carburetors, dual chrome air filters, chrome valve covers, and an MSD ignition system, the engine is simply stunning. The builder even went as far to paint the block in a matching yellow! The power steering and power front disc brake setup means that driving is almost effortless. A dual exhaust system creates a great rumble. Bolted to the engine is a fun 4-speed manual transmission that sends power to a tried and true 10-bolt rear axle. A set of 15" rims have been wrapped in Summit GT Radial rubber to finish off the incredible look of the car.
This is a car that's well sorted, and has a great look. If you are looking for a great restoration on a desirable, and affordable, first generation that you can enjoy, don't wait. At this price, you won't find another one as nice. Call today!!
- AM/FM Radio
- Cassette Player
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Brakes
- Power Steering
- Vinyl Interior
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