1969 Chevrolet Camaro - Pro Touring
The Camaro first debuted by Chevrolet in 1966 for the 1967 model year. The intention was to compete directly with the Ford Mustang during the popular muscle car/pony car era. They had the Corvair but felt it would fail to keep up with Fords runaway success in the market. The were produced for 4 distinct generations before the name was dropped in 2002. That wasn't the end for the Camaro though because the name was revived for a concept car in 2009 that would go on to be the 5th generation. This clean 1969 Camaro was the last year for the 1st gen cars and has been very nicely restored in a pro touring style. It has been set up to handle anything you throw at it. The body is painted in a Metallic Blue paint that really pops out in the sun. The chrome and stainless trim has a nice shine and is all cleanly mounted in place. The car wears both a front and rear spoiler and a 2 inch cowl hood for that classic muscle car side profile. The glass is all in good condition throughout and is slightly tinted. All of the exterior lights are working properly with no issues. The gas filler on these cars was originally located behind the license plate but this one has been rerouted to fill via a custom chrome locking cap on the rear taillight panel. The car has a great stance and rides on 17 inch Billet Specialties wheels with Nitto tires.
If the exterior wasn't enough to grab your attention just wait until you pop the hood. This classic Camaro is sporting a freshly built LS7 V8 motor that has less than 1,000 miles on it since being installed. It cranks out 700 horsepower and dyno sheets can be provided on request. The engine bay has a show ready appearance with chrome and billet components everywhere you look. The engine runs great and has been fitted with a FiTech EFI system. It sounds great too through the ceramic coated Hooker headers into stainless steel 2.5 inch dual exhaust. Keeping it running nice and cool is an aluminum radiator with electric fan, transmission cooler with electric fan, cool flex hoses, and even an oil cooler. Whether its road courses, short cruises, or long distance driving this car can do it all. It has a Detroit Speed suspension set up, Global West upper control arms and also Detroit Speed mini tubs in the rear. The brakes are power and all 14 inch drilled/slotted discs with Baer calipers. It has power rack & pinion steering as well making it a very comfortable driver. The transmission is a 4L80E automatic with stall converter that transfers all that power back to the modified Ford 9 inch positraction rear end with Moser axles. Other very nice upgrades include the Detroit Speed 18 gallon fuel tank and the Optima Red top battery that has been relocated into the trunk in billet mounts.
The interior has been entirely redone in Black and it is clear it has been very well maintained since completion. It has dual high back bucket seats with headrests up front and the upholstery throughout looks great. It has the factory style center console with horseshoe shifter but it has been modified with power window controls. It has a very high end stereo system which includes a custom Autosound receiver with CD changer, RE audio speakers, a Kicker ZX700-5 amplifier and a Cadence 10 inch subwoofer. Often a forgotten component on these classics is an Alarm system which this one does have in place and also incorporates a remote start. The dash is all painted in a nice gloss Black and topped off with Pro Comp Ultra-Lite gauges in billet bezels which also includes the dash mounted tachometer. It has nice Billet AC/Heat controls and the AC blows cold. In front of the driver sits a nice custom Billet 3 spoke steering wheel wrapped in Black leather.
This is one cool Camaro that someone is going to have a ton of fun with behind the wheel. The drivetrain was expertly constructed with all the best components out there and with only 1,000 miles on the engine is sure to be good to go for many many years to come.
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