69 Camaro SS L34 396ci/350hp M21 4 spd Orange Hounds Tooth Interior A/C D80

Price: US $58,900.00 Item location: Hickory, North Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: Super Sport
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 2,263
  • VIN: 124379N562728
  • Color: Hugger Orange(72)
  • Engine size: L34 396ci/350hp V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Interior color: Orange Deluxe Houndstooth(720)
  • Options: A01 Glass; Soft Ray tinted- all windows ,
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport

This TRUE X66 1969 Camaro is presented in Hugger Orange with Orange deluxe Hounds tooth interior with a Black Vinyl top. It has 1 of 2018 of the L34 396ci/350hp V8 engines that is back by a M21 4 speed close ratio transmission with a G96 3.55:1 Rear gear ratio. It has the correct close chambered heads 8917215 with the 3931067 intake manifold with a Rochester 4V Quadrajet on it. The car has undergone recently a FULL body off restoration. A custom Vintage A/C system was added with a GM A6 compressor for comfort. Other options include A01 Glass; Soft Ray tinted, ll windows, F Goodrich radial T/A 215/ 70R15 Front and Rear tires, 55 Console with floor mounted shifter, torage compartment, ear seat ashtray and courtesy light, 80 Spoiler,  D96 Accent striping (fender/quarter pin stripes), 31 Multi leaf rear springs, 52 Front disc brakes with rear drum brakes, 11 Shift lever, loor mounted, 10 Dual exhaust system, 44 Steering, pecial; includes quick-ratio steering, 17 Instrumentation, pecial; includes ammeter, achometer, il pressure and fuel gauges mounted on console, lectric clock and tachometer, ow fuel warning and brake tell-tale lamps mounted in instrument panel cluster, J7 Wheels, ally; includes special wheel, ub cap and trim ring. Here a brief history on the 1969 SS 396 Camaro's: On occasion, etroit comes up with a one-year wonder that strikes a chord with its audience. Chevy's first facelift of its pony car was one of those chords, nd the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 provided the rockin' muscle car backbeat. A deft revamp of the original 1967-68 body shell created unique styling used for just this season. Good thing the '69s were so interesting. As it turned out, hey had to be carried into the '70 model year when production problems delayed introduction of the fully redesigned next-generation Camaro. The most-popular enthusiast Camaro was again the Super Sport, hich added about $300 to a coupe or convertible and included a 300-bhp 350-cid V-8, tiff suspension, nd F70x14 tires. Power front disc brakes were now part of the package, s were the nonfunctional hood ports previously exclusive to SS 396s. An extra $79 landed the new cowl-induction hood with its functional rear-facing inlet. The hidden-headlamp Rally Sport option cost $132. The interior was updated, oo, nd a new $95 gauge pack put a round tachometer in the instrument pod and auxiliary dials on the center console. The Top version of the 396 was tagged L78 and rated at 375 bhp. It had solid lifters, ig-port heads, nd an 800-cfm Holly on a low-rise aluminum manifold. Except for rare 427-cid specials, ig-cube Camaro muscle was best expressed in the SS 396. The respected engine was back in three basic states of tune: 325 and 350 bhp, nd the 375-bhp L78, hich cost $316. For $711, hevy would fit an L78 with aluminum heads. It called these L89s and rated them at 375 bhp; 311 went into Camaros. The optional Special Interior Group included a simulated wood grain steering wheel and a Sports console with extra gauges. Chevy worked to improve the behavior of the big-block Camaro's rear suspension. But the 396 had so much torque and put so many pounds over the nose -- 59.3 percent of an SS 396's weight was on the front axle -- that the lightly loaded rear axle struggled to get the power down in hole shots. "At the mere suggestion of work, he axle leaps and hops, udders and bucks..." said Road Test. "The rear suspension is (the) weak linkage between axle and car, nd it drags the 396 Camaro down to the level of just another Camaro." Savvy street racers attacked the problem with aftermarket traction kits, hich cut ETs significantly. And as time would prove, o '69 was "just another Camaro." Contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.DO NOT BID ON THIS VEHICLE UNLESS YOU PLAN ON PURCHASING IT IF YOU ARE THE HIGHEST BIDDER THAT MEETS RESERVE.IF YOU WANT TO KNOW THE RESERVE, UST ASK