This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS 396 Tribute has been given a ton of investments to give you everything in one package. After all, you'll love classic iconic features like the Hugger Orange paint and houndstooth interior. Plus, there are the right upgrades like four-wheel disc brakes and a performance-built big block V8. And because this also has everything from hidden headlights to four-on-the-floor, you can really tell this is the coupe you've been waiting for.
The bold Hugger Orange paint is there to give you an instant attraction. It has all the right modern gloss and shine to let you know there has been a recent solid investment in this classic coupe. Plus, you have all the best sporty features, like the super scoop cowl hood, deep chin spoiler, and D80 full-width rear spoiler. Arguably, there is no better classic car out there to wear dual racing stripes than a first-gen Camaro. There are some upgrade that are subtle, like the new electronic motors on the RS-style headlight doors. Others are more obvious, like the 17-inch REV alloys that have a terrific polish to instantly signal that this is an upgraded machine.
The first thing you'll notice inside are the iconic houndstooth cloth inserts in the seats. This upgrade has a fresh look, and it's complete, right down to the button-top presentation. There are plenty more upgrades that center around this driver's machine. You get a three-spoke sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauge trio, column-mounted Sunpro tach, and a Hurst floor shifter. So while there's an upgraded Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo, we really know your favorite soundtrack starts under the hood.
The V8 nearly fills every inch under the hood with 396 cubic inches of big block power. And the presentation looks nice with the shiny air topper, polished Moroso valve covers, and bold orange block. More than just look good, it has great performance upgrades, like the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and Hooker headers that add even more power as they contribute to the rumble of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. So you've got a big power package and the kind of sound that let's everyone know it, too. Plus, you have supporting components, like the Milodon oil pan and Optima red top battery. The four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the monster motor, and it feeds the stout Ford 9-rear end. Add in the traction bars, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes, and you can see this is a total package classic.
This coupe has bold looks, a huge growl, and puts big power in your hands. Oh yes, it's irresistible. Call now!