1969 Camaro SS Pro Street, 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 582
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Camaro
- SubModel: SS
- Type: Coupe
- Year: 1969
- Mileage: 16000
- VIN: 7145018789
- Color: Red
- Engine size: 582
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Safety options: Roll cage, 5 point harness
- Options: Roll Cage, 4 wheel disc brakes, Mickey Thompson street radials
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
1) 582 cubic inch engine built by T&L Engines in South Carolina in 200, consisting of:
a. Dart 10.2 tall deck height cast iron block
b. Dart 340 aluminum heads
c. Dart intake manifold for dominator
d. AED Street Dominator carburetor
e. Scat crankshaft
f. Eagle connecting rods
g. JE forged 9:00 to 1 pistons
h. Roller camshaft
i. Jessel belt drive
j. Jessel sportsman rockers
k. Milodon oil pan
l. Melling oil pump
m. Biondo Recing valve covers
2) MSD distributor, coil, and ignition box
3) Mattsons Custom aluminum radiator with electric fans
4) Stewart mechanical water pump
5) GZ Motorsports vacuum pump
6) Lemon 2 1/4” powder coated headers
7) 3 inch exhaust
8) Turbo 400 with manual valve body
9) 10 inch 3,000 stall Continental converter
10) B&M shifter that fits in standard Chevrolet center console
11) 9 inch Ford rear end
12) Eaton limited slip differential with 4:11 gears
13) Mickey Thompson Sportsman Pro 31 x 16.5 x 15 LT tires
14) Coil over shocks with leaf springs and ladder bar rear suspension
15) Upper and lower tubular A arms on front end of car.
16) Corbeau bucket seats and seat belts.
17) Classis Dash carbon fiber dash with Autometer gauges
18) Weld Wheels front and rear
19) Car comes with spare Weld wheels with Mickey Thompson 31.0/10.5-15W ET Drag tube type tires
20) Fesler billet hood hinges
21) K&N air filter
22) Wilwood disc brakes front & rear
23) Detroit Speed windshield wiper motor
24) 10 gallon fuel cell
25) Quickfuel QFT 260 fuel pump
26) Powermaster mini starter with SFI approved flexplate.
Optima yellow battery in trunk
The engine made 775 horsepower on the dyno (see attached photo) before the vacuum pump was added
The chassis dyno horsepower was 491 before the vacuum pump was installed, and the electric fans were added (See photo).
The car is all steel with the exception of the fiberglass hood.
You can drive the car through parking lots and trigger auto alarms. Driving this is truly a fun experience
1) The car was purchased from a Chevrolet dealer in South Dakota new in 1969, then taker directly to Booth Aarons to be converter to a Super Stock A class car.
2) The car was raced from 1969 to 1974
3) Then the car was stored from 1975 to 1991.
4) It was purchased by the second owner in 1991 and converted to a Pro Street car.
5) The restoration was complete in 1998
6) I purchased the car from the second owner in 2006.
7) I changed the rear end from a Dana 60 to a Ford 9 inch, went from a 4 speed to an automatic, and lowered the car
8) All chassis work was done by Fast Eddie’s Motorsports in Anaheim.
9) The car is registered in California
10) I have clear title.
11) The car has never been to the drag strip with the current engine – transmission combination.