LT1 EFI, 6 SPD MAN, SLICK BLACK PAINT, PWR STEER/FRONT DISCS, NICE INT,GR8 UNDER

Price: US $49,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: RS/SS
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 84,013
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 350 LT1
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS

This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS delivers on its all-black stealth appearance. Hiding underneath the iconic sheetmetal is a powerful fuel injected LT1 small block and a six-speed manual transmission to make sure you've got more power and gears than anyone else out there.This Camaro gives other lesser cars nightmares. Heck, anyone how sees this all black package in their review mirror will be easily intimidated. And being the ultimate aggressor is not easy. It takes a huge investment in a modern deep black paint. The body panels have to be the straightest because no imperfections can hide from this finish that shines like a black mirror. With paint looking this good all the brightwork has to up its game to compete with the shine. That's why the bumpers, hood accents, rocker panels, and glass trim all look like there's been some special attention paid to these to make sure they are only adding to this car's mystique. Of course no sinister Camaro is complete without the Rally Sport's hidden headlights and the D80 spoiler. Finish the whole package off with 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust alloys filling the wheel wells, and say hello to the coolest bad guy.You can be the true mystery man from behind the tinted windows, but anyone who does get a look inside will be impressed. The bucket seat interior is as fresh, deep, and black as the exterior. This is courtesy of investments in places like the new seat covers, new headliner, and an updated center console with very welcomed cup holders. It's not all dark on the inside. There black is broken up in places like the wood and chrome three-spoke sports steering wheel, and on the white and chrome Hurst shifter (you might want to count the gears.) While this one has upgraded kickpanel speakers on the new retro sound AM/FM stereo, we're willing to bet your favorite soundtrack is really the sinister rumble coming out of the dual exhaust.The heart of this beast is a fuel-injected 350 cubic-inch LT1. You'll love popping the hood at all the car shows and watching the crowds marvel at this custom that proudly displays the Corvette fuel rail covers. But just because the engine bay can win awards on its own, doesn't mean speed was left out of this custom build. It inhales deeply through the performance air intake, and it exhales with authority out of the headers that feed the wicked dual exhaust system. In fact, take some time to look at the exhaust system in the undercarriage shots. The amount of detail that went into this part of the car that few people see will really tell you the level of care in this restoration. Making sure you get the most out of the custom V8 setup is the T56 six-speed manual. It's the right transmission for the LT1, and its got an extra gear for you to instantly grab some more power or settle in for easy cruising. The final steps in this power package are the stout 10-bolt rear end and the modern grip of Kumho Ecsta ASX tires. Add in great anytime driving features such as power steering and power front disc brakes, and you can tell that this Camaro has far more appeal than just its midnight attitude.This is the restomod that made no compromises in the build, so you can show the world you make no compromises on the street. You don't have to deal with the devil for the ultimate sinister classic Camaro, just give us a call!