Price: US $35,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Other
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 50,766
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 327 V8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro

There are a lot of 1969 Camaros out there, ut this white hardtop will get your attention and keep it. The important facts are these: 50,766 original miles, ll original except for one repaint, atching-numbers 327/4-speed drivetrain, ots of documentation, nd just two owners. If you're a Camaro enthusiast, ot merely a guy who likes cool cars, hen this is an F-body that will definitely pique your interest.Code 50 Dover White is this car's original color, nd it was repainted once way back in the 1980s, ong before anyone knew the terms "survivor" or "originality." Still, ou can't complain about the work and now that it's 30 years old, t's got just the right patina that it fits the car perfectly. You could almost pass it off as original paint, ut that wouldn't be right. There are, f course, few signs of use, ut you already realize that this is something special and hasn't been used as a daily driver, ell, ver. The sheetmetal is straight and unmolested, he gaps are exactly where the factory put them, nd no, his isn't an SS, o it has a lean, urposeful look that we find very appealing: no spoilers, o stripes, o badges, ust that cool F-body shape. The black vinyl top is in excellent condition and this car is also equipped with upgrades like the rear-mounted antenna, uarter panel "gill" inserts, nd bright wheel moldings. It's a very good-looking car.The black interior is completely original and it's only after you see a nice original car like this that you realize just how different the reproduction stuff looks. This car has clearly never spent time out in the sun, ecause things like the dash pad, oor panels, nd carpets are wonderfully well preserved and all the woodgrained appliques are bright and crisp. Factory gauges show well and are fully functional and the big chrome shifter for the 3-speed manual (yes, 3-speed) looks as awesome here as in a Z/28. Only the steering wheel seems to be showing its age, ith a few cracks in the rim, ut nothing that would warrant replacement. The headliner is a little tired and could probably use a good cleaning, ut otherwise, his is what survivors are all about. The trunk is tidy with original spatter paint and what may very well be the original spare tire and jack assembly.The 327 cubic inch V8 has been cleaned and detailed, ut it's never been out of the car. A correct air cleaner with reproduction decal advertises this as the 210 horsepower version, nd it probably represents what a majority of Camaro buyers were looking for in 1969. It makes great torque and pleasing V8 sounds without being fussy, nd you already know about the small block Chevy's bulletproof reliability. This one is so original that even the factory smog equipment is still intact, nd we can't remember the last time we saw THAT particular setup on a car. There's a big aluminum radiator up front to help keep it cool, ut otherwise it's bone stock under the hood. The 3-speed manual transmission shifts well and clutch action is light, nd just one glance underneath will convince you that this is a well-maintained, arm-climate Camaro. It's got highway-friendly gears in the 10-bolt rear end and the single exhaust system has a pleasing V8 burble without ever getting obnoxious. Stock steel wheels and hubcaps are a cool look you just don't see anymore, nd they carry brand new 195/70/14 blackwall radials that complete the look.Documented with such niceties as the original invoice and even the original keys, his survivor Camaro offers the true enthusiast a great Camaro with a very unique history, omething that you just can't duplicate with a parts catalog. Call today!