ZZ4 350 V8, 700R4 4 SPEED, AIR COND, PWR FRNT DISCS/STEER, X-PIPE, GREAT PAINT!
There are cool muscle cars, and then there are the ones that make you say "Wow!" from every angle. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro convertible most definitely fits into the latter category.
For starters, 1969 is arguably the best year for the first-generation Camaros. It had the best curves, with a new more angular front end, style lines that ran the entire side of the car, and a shapely rear. Highlighting the bodywork is a pristine respray of the original Garnet Red, with the kind of meticulous application that provides a clear indication of an expensive restoration. This Camaro carries all the great SS styling cues, from the blacked out grille with proper badging, to the cowl induction hood, to the D80 rear spoiler. But there is absolutely something more going on with this drop top. Its lowered stance, and those amazing tri-point five-spoke polished aluminum wheels, give hints to the world about this Camaro's extra aggression that lies within.
You can see that this one has an all-black vinyl interior that looks the best on a bad attitude red muscle car like this. But you also can instantly tell it's different from every other '69. The bucket seats were borrowed from a fourth generation Firebird to provide better all-day comfort, and then they were covered in a period-correct '69 Camaro pattern to blend in perfectly. There are plenty of other welcomed custom touches, including the center console with cup holders (perfect for those Cars and Coffee mornings!) The power folding roof goes down easy, and the booming AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo with JL Audio subwoofer has enough power to make sure that you can hear your modern tunes even with the top down. All of this is good news even in the summertime because you can stay comfortable with the ice-cold air conditioning. But as fun as those features can be for the passengers, this Camaro was built to be a driver's vehicle. This is evident from the custom sport steering wheel with bow tie emblem etched in the center. Beyond that is a custom set of gauges that includes a big SunPro tachometer, where most other Camaros just have a blank space. This is a clear indicator to anyone glancing inside this ragtop that you likely bang your own way through the iconic horseshoe shifter to get the most out of something mean under the hood.
That might be a small-block V8 in the engine bay, but it gets big block performance. This is a 350 cubic-inch ZZ4 crate motor from Chevrolet Performance. The 335 hp juggernaut was installed less than 10,000 miles ago, and the performance parts don't end in the engine bay. The Magnaflow exhaust has an X-pipe configuration for better power and a seriously mean rumble. This might be an automatic transmission car, but as indicated before, the stout 700R4 four-speed can easily be manually shifted by the right person. But as beastly as this Camaro may appear, it is surprisingly easily to tame. This convertible has power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and a set of BF Goodrich g-Force Sport tires for superior grip.
Look inside, behind, and underneath every part of this custom built classic convertible. You'll realize that you've never before seen any Camaro this well built, and you'll know that this is the new king of the car show. Call today!!
AM/FM Radio, CD Player, iPod Compatible, Power Convertible Top, Air Conditioning, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- ZZ4 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Automatic
- Fuel Specification
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 3,888 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
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