1969 Chevrolet Camaro
A 1969 Chevrolet Camaro with its numbers-matching V8 is only the beginning of this car's story. It has been restored and the motor has been rebuilt to give this cool Camaro plenty of upgraded power to its performance attitude. We love a Camaro in LeMans Blue. After all, a name like that already gets you in the mood for performance driving. And it only gets better when this car is wearing a quality respray of its factory-correct hue. More than just the paint, you can tell there has been a solid investment in this one by the way the bumpers shine, and everything is complete, right down to the iconic Rally wheels. And this one has all the performance touches we love on a first-gen Camaro. The power bulge cowl hood, deep chin spoiler, full-width D80 rear spoiler, and white dual stripes all come together to create an impressive muscle machine. Black interiors always look great on '60s coupes. It all feels nice and fresh thanks to investments in the bucket seats, carpeting, and headliner. But when you slip into the driver's seat, you discover a thoroughly updated package. The wood and chrome Grant sports steering wheel feels great in your left and, and your right one instantly gravitates to the B&M shifter. The bright dash is now full of large AutoMeter gauges, and even the quad set on the center console has been updated to match. So while this has provisions for an AM/FM/CD stereo, these performance upgrades let you know that your real favorite soundtrack starts under the hood. When you look in the engine bay, you'll have to remind people that this is the original V8. That's because while this is the numbers-matching block, it was rebuilt less than 800 miles ago for some serious upgrades in power. The 327 cubic-inch motor now has go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand Stealth aluminum intake, March pulleys, and AFR heads. Plus, the heat-wrapped long tube headers add even more power as they contribute to the growl of the dual exhaust. You've got a BeCool aluminum radiator with electric fan to keep this enhanced V8 running cool. Out on the streets, the three-speed transmission supplied by TCI is stout enough to power shift your own gears, and it's also comfortable enough to ease into automatic cruising. No matter how you choose to drive this classic Camaro, features like power steering, front disc brakes, and BF Goodrich T/As are always nice additions. Complete with owner's manual, you're looking at an iconic Camaro that has great original distinction, and the right investments in upgraded performance. It's the perfect classic for drivers who like to be seen. So don't miss out, call today!