1969 RS LS6 Pro Touring Convertible Manual

Price: US $84,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Trim: RS LS6 Pro Touring Convertible
  • Doors: 2 Doors
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 5,249
  • VIN: 123679N518094
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: LS6 V8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS LS6 Pro Touring Convertible

This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS LS6 Pro Touring convertible is all about taking one of the most aggressive '60s designs and adding ultra slick paint, modern trim, custom A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, six-speed stick, a fuel-injected LS6 V8 and so much more. So yes, this is the ultimate award-winning muscle machine that's ready to turn heads right now. Let's start with the exceptionally cool paint. It might look like a glossy black when there's no light on it, but when you take this out into the sunshine, you see the deep richness of a thoughtful application. That's because there's a champagne metallic embedded element that coordinates with the classic hockey stick stripe and custom Forgeline wheels. It's the kind of subtle coordination that's reserved for only the best builds. Even the folding roof matches this theme for an almost two-tone look when in place! But more than just color-coordination the high-gloss finish also showcases the precision panel fit as the '69 Camaro's iconic lines flow nearly seamlessly. The first-gen cars had some of the most aggressive styling straight from the factory, and this carries all the best elements with the RS hidden headlights, deep chin spoiler, cowl hood, and full-width spoiler. Plus, this one has its intimidation turned way up with custom details like the custom blacked-out grille, color-matched front bumper, and custom taillight package. The result is a one-of-a-kind look that's also unmistakable connected to one of the most iconic Chevys ever. The interior is just as nicely upgraded as the exterior. It starts with Corbeau seats finished in leather with black Ultrasuede inserts. Not only is this all-day comfortable, but also this two-tone presentation sets the theme for the whole interior. So with the dash, carpeting, trunk, and full custom door panels following this uniform look, the car can truly rival brand new exotics. In fact, this also gives you all the best in modern features, including a push-button start, power locks, power steering, tilt wheel, and an AM/FM/CD/XM stereo that features a touchscreen head unit to control the Bluetooth, sat nav, and full subwoofer speaker system. But your favorite features will likely be the power convertible top and power windows. After all, that means you can create a wind-in-your-hair experience without ever leaving the driver's seat. Feel free to do it all summer long, because the R134a air conditioning is blowing nice and cold. But more than just luxury, this is a true driver's machine. You have a grippy Billet Specialties steering wheel, and beyond that is a full set of AutoMeter Ultra-Lite II gauges. Have you noticed that the shifter has 50% more gears than you'd ever expected in a '69 Camaro? The heart of this beast is an upgraded fuel-injected 5.7-liter LS6 V8. You'll love popping the hood at all the car shows and watching everyone marvel at the modern V8 set in a world of gloss and shine. But this wasn't just about dropping a Z06 Corvette motor into a classic drop top. Instead, you're looking at nearly $10k invested in the motor alone. It includes Mahle Forged pistons, forged connecting rods, full hydraulic roller set, and a TK Stage 1 fuel system. There's a ton more upgrades and not enough space to list, so call for all the details. Just know that this enhanced and fortified V8 now is rated at 450 horsepower. Everyone can hear this power superiority thanks to Hooker headers feeding Magnaflow 2.5-inch X-pipe exhaust. But besides just having a wicked growl, it can keep cool while running hard thanks to a large aluminum radiator and electric fan. This V8 screamer needs stout parts to get all the power to the ground. This why you have the complete control of a six-speed manual transmission, and that feeds a strong Moser rear end. Making sure all this power has the best control is the fully upgraded suspension with Fatman front subframe, Prodigy Bar four-link rear, adjustable coilovers, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes. And the reason why these components look so fresh in the undercarriage pictures is because there's less than 5,300 miles on the whole build! There was a lot of time, inspiration, and money invested into making this Camaro so lustworthy. It's a convertible is a true celebrity on its own (just ask about the awards its already won and its magazine features.) So that means you have a fleeting chance at the best of everything. Call now!