1969 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport    


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350 / 300HP 4bbl. V8 (SS350 V8)
Turbo Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission
Air Conditioning / Heat
Power Steering
Power Front Disc Brakes
Glacier Blue Paint (53 53)
Blue Custom Interior (716)
AM/FM Delco Radio
Wood Grain 3-Spoke Wheel
Shoulder Belts
14-Inch Rally Wheels / Goodyear Polyglas F70-14s
Rubber GM Floor Mats
12-Bolt Rear End / Multi-Leaf Springs

'69 model year Camaro's features an extensively re-designed interior to accompany the distinctive sheetmetal changes to the exterior.

This Camaro also displays the optional wood wheel along with its AM/FM Delco radio.

The trunk is clean and detailed, complete with the correct spare tire/wheel and jacking equipment. The quality finish is showcased throughout this car, including the trunk underside and trunk weatherstrip channels. This is a beautifully done Camaro.

The original protect-o-plate and broadcast sheet will be included with this collector quality Camaro.

The 1969 Camaro model received a fresh "new" design with distinct creases to the front and rear fenders as well as a deep recessed grille and different tail lights. A sales success, the '69 model Camaro was the highest volume produced 1st generation Camaro with 243,085 cars sold.

Further inspection of the engine compartment will highlight the attention to detail spent on the restoration. The original trim identification plate is in place. The firewall, inner fenders, and core support are in excellent condition. You'll notice GM components used throughout this car.

This Camaro displays its correct X-11 (SS350) code. It is finished in Glacer Blue (53 53) with Blue Custom interior (716) This very early production '69 was built the 4th week of September (09D), 1968. 1969 Camaro's were produced in a long run from September 26th, 1968 until the end of November, 1969.

The attention to the engine compartment carries on underneath this Camaro. The underbody displays rebuilt suspension components throughout as well as high quality flooring, a multi-leaf rear suspension along with the stout 12-bolt GM rear end.

The door panels are clean and detailed and the door undersides are excellent as well. All of the soft-rubber components were replaced during the extensive restoration.

Quarter panel louvers were an SS feature as well as the distinctive hood and badging.
Much care was taken to keep this Camaro All GM.
Square Gauge pods were featured on the '69 Camaro.
Low, Wide, and Agressive, were common terms used to describe the 1969 Camaro and certainly ring true today.