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1969
Chevrolet
Camaro Prostreet
Stock # 4690-DFW
Engine 383 Stroker V8
Transmission 3 speed automatic
Color Metallic Blue
Interior Black
Mileage 25,009 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Wheel Specification 15"
Rear Wheel Specification 15"
Front Tire Specification 26×6.00R15LT
Rear Tire Specification 26x12R15LT
Front Brakes Specification Disc
Rear Brakes Specification Drum
Options
Seatbelts Front Disc Brakes Vinyl Interior Air Conditioning
Documentation
Build Receipts
Advertised Price
SHOW & GO! GREAT PAINT! 383 STROKER V8, AUTO W/ MAN VALVE BODY, TUB, CAGE, A/C!

This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Prostreet is one of the best-executed pro-touring cars we've ever featured. Not only does it look gorgeous in its slick Metallic Blue finish, but it offers impressive 383 Stroker horsepower, a grippy suspension, and an aggressive 'big-and-little' stance, all combined with a bunch of comfort and convenience upgrades to create a very special car packed with beauty and brawn.

There's no argument that the 1969 Camaro is one of the best-looking performance cars of the era, and there's practically no way to make one look bad (although unfortunately, many have tried). This particular beauty wears a fresh coat of modern urethane in BOLD Metallic Blue, which actually looks far better than any selection from the 1969 color palate and is definitely a proper Camaro color that's worthy of its vaunted sheetmetal. And speaking of that sheetmetal – it's beautifully restored, laser-straight, and features exact gaps with flush panels that all line up better than when they were new. That paint really is great too, with a miles deep finish (seriously, you could practically drown in this paint; they must've cleared out the shop with this order) that highlight the undistorted ... Please ask for the full description.

Fort Worth Showroom
5400 Sandshell Dr, Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX, 76137
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Stock #:
4690-DFW
1969 Chevrolet Camaro Prostreet
$48,995
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Prostreet

$48,995
SOLD
Stock
4690-DFW
Engine Size
383 Stroker V8
Transmission
3 speed automatic
Miles
25,009 (Unknown)
Location
Fort Worth
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SHOW & GO! GREAT PAINT! 383 STROKER V8, AUTO W/ MAN VALVE BODY, TUB, CAGE, A/C!

This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Prostreet is one of the best-executed pro-touring cars we've ever featured. Not only does it look gorgeous in its slick Metallic Blue finish, but it offers impressive 383 Stroker horsepower, a grippy suspension, and an aggressive 'big-and-little' stance, all combined with a bunch of comfort and convenience upgrades to create a very special car packed with beauty and brawn.

There's no argument that the 1969 Camaro is one of the best-looking performance cars of the era, and there's practically no way to make one look bad (although unfortunately, many have tried). This particular beauty wears a fresh coat of modern urethane in BOLD Metallic Blue, which actually looks far better than any selection from the 1969 color palate and is definitely a proper Camaro color that's worthy of its vaunted sheetmetal. And speaking of that sheetmetal – it's beautifully restored, laser-straight, and features exact gaps with flush panels that all line up better than when they were new. That paint really is great too, with a miles deep finish (seriously, you could practically drown in this paint; they must've cleared out the shop with this order) that highlight the undistorted reflections in the car's surface. We won't go as far as calling it a show-car, as the noodgiest of noodges will always find a light scratch or two because the car has been washed and dried several times since the restoration was completed, but it's pretty darn nice and doesn't need any excuses. They added a cowl induction hood and chin spoiler up front, which always look right on an F-body, and there's a ducktail spoiler out back as the perfect endcap. Z/28 badges were added for ornamentation (this is an X44 car so those are just for show), clear lenses in all the lights really pop, and shiny chrome bumpers that look great, but may very well be original to the car. Finishing off the look is that awesome 'kicked-up' profile, with fat tires stuffed into the rear wheel wells that help set an aggressively raked stance.

The interior is a lovely combination of stock appointments, turned up to '11' with a few race-ready performance additions. Sporty racing-seat buckets are aggressively bolstered and sculpted to hold the body in place during sharp maneuvers, and they come with a set of professional G-Force racing harness seat belts. The black-rimmed steering wheel is a little fatter than the stock piece, so it feels modern the moment you slip behind the wheel, and don't invite too many friends for a ride because the back seat is gone – removed to make way for a full roll cage that stiffens the body and makes it track-ready. Stock gauges ahead of the driver are still in place, but they can't keep up with the Stroker V8 under the hood so a trio of auxiliary units under the dash and a big tachometer on the A-pillar were added for better accuracy. A Turbo-Action shifter that splits the front buckets instantly transforms the automatic transmission into a race-ready gear box, and cold R134a A/C pumps through Astro-Ventilation vents into the cabin. Out back, the roll-caged trunk is packed tight with a fuel cell and a large cannister of nitrous, so pack light and get ready to white-knuckle.

Mechanically, this sucker gets it done with a punched-out 383 cubic inch V8 Stroker motor. With a big horsepower and plenty of low-end torque, the motor pulls the lightweight F-body with ease, and it's running great today with signs of maintenance and good service throughout. It's loaded with performance goodies as well, including a big Holley 4-barrel carburetor on top of an Edelbrock air-gap intake, and it breathes easy through the big chrome air cleaner up top. Polished aluminum valve covers, an MSG ignition, and a serpentine belt drive system with accessories all work together to create a modern interpretation of a 1969 Camaro. A big aluminum radiator keeps it cool and a built TH400 3-speed automatic transmission with a B&M pan seems to ignore the huge torque churning through it. An upgraded front clip with a big sway bar makes the Camaro fairly nimble, with front dis brakes that help stop it on a dime. Out back, there's a custom narrowed heavy-duty rear end with a Competition Performance 4-link and coilover set-up to really pin this car to the pavement. Long-tube headers feed into a stainless H-pipe exhaust system with dual mufflers that sound fantastic, with turn-down just underneath the rear bumper. Staggered Weld Racing wheels always look great on a vintage Pro Street Camaro and they carry 26x6.00x15 front and 26x12.00x15 rear Mickey Thompson performance radials with plenty of grip.

Professionally built and insanely competent, this Camaro delivers exactly what its awesome looks promise. Call today!

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Features

  • Seatbelts
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Air Conditioning
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Documentation

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SPECS

Exterior Color
Metallic Blue
Interior Color
Black
Front Brakes
Disc
Rear Brakes
Drum
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