BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED RS/SS, 383 STROKER, MUNCIE 4-SPEED, LOTS OF FACTORY OPTIONS

Price: US $64,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: RS/SS
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 2
  • Color: Orange
  • Engine size: 350 V8
  • Power options: Air conditioning, Power windows
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS

Camaro guys, this one's a treat. It's just the way you'd do it for yourself, complete with a strong 383 inch stroker motor, a manual transmission, and a high-impact aggressive look that makes this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS extremely desirable. Clean, sleek, and stylish, and loaded with options, there are no disappointments here.Let the other guys have their low-profile Camaros, you'll be the one getting all the attention with this gorgeous Hugger Orange hardtop. They took no liberties with the restoration, sticking to the factory equipment, and instead focused their time and money on making sure it's as straight as possible. All the little stuff is right, including the fact that the fenders have white stripes painted on but the doors are decals, just the way the factory did it. There's no arguing that the cowl induction hood, RS hidden headlights, and SS spoilers front and rear don't make for a fantastic-looking Camaro, and this one just screams "performance" from any angle. You'll note that the crease that flares out from behind the wheel arches is straight enough to have been carved using a level and the door gaps are impressive for a car that's approaching fifty years old. There's also plenty of shiny jewelry, including quarter panel gill inserts, bright wheel arch moldings, and chrome bumpers, and all the proper SS badges are in place. You'd be hard-pressed to build a better-looking F-body than this!Houndstooth upholstery is probably the best choice in a '69 Camaro, a traditional look that will never go out of style and always remains comfortable. The bucket seats and rear bench were reupholstered using correct reproduction seat covers, there are new carpets on the floor, and even the door panels look quite fresh. A center console offers factory auxiliary gauges and a big chrome shifter for the Muncie M20 4-speed living underneath, as well as a full set of auxiliary gauges. Reasonably convincing woodgrain appliques on the dash warm up the already inviting interior, as does the reproduction rosewood steering wheel. And yes, there's an original AC tach in the dash as well, which, oddly enough, was a separate option from the console gauges. Other desirable options include A31 electric windows, C50 rear window defroster, C60 air conditioning, and an N33 tilt steering column; there's actually a rather long list of upgrades on this car. The trunk is exceptionally clean and fitted with a reproduction mat and correct space-saver spare with jack assembly and inflator bottle. The engine is a smart-running 350 cubic inch V8 punched out to 383 cubic inches. It might be numbers-matching, we can't be sure, yet it is quite stout on the street and looking very stock under the hood. Everything is correctly date-coded for a factory look, and it's impressive that they were able to resist chrome valve covers and polished aluminum dress-up parts. Chevy Orange paint on the block, some painted valve covers, and a long list of factory-style details make this an engine bay you'll show off with pride. The air cleaner is correct, the finishes are correct, and all the hoses are stamped and secured with tower clamps. The M20 4-speed connects to 3.73 gears (with Posi!) in the 12-bolt rear, so it would be a mistake to mess with this car on the street. Please take a few moments to examine the undercarriage, too, which is as detailed as the rest of the car, with factory-style markings, a reproduction exhaust system, and a fresh gas tank hanging out back. Optional 14-inch SS wheels look great on the Camaro and carry 215/70/14 BFGoodrich T/A radials that fill the fenders nicely.It's hard not to fall in love with this Camaro simply because it gets so many things right: options, colors, performance, and pedigree. Go ahead: just try to find one with more virtues than this. Call today!