1969 CAMARO 'SS' SPORT COUPE, that is a terrific ‘fresh’ car with just amazing ‘eyes’ and great appearance, has the very factory original correct black exterior that has this Camaro really delivering just excellent mechanicals, this is a beautiful #50 Dover White car with the Black vinyl top ‘as factory’, proper side Black hockey stripes, full new ‘SS 350’ trim on the front fender sides, front and rear spoilers, the lines of the car are really just terrific and all signs are the rear quarters are ‘as factory’ original, has the rear fender louvers, lower stainless rockers, the front fenders are also just great…the paint has really just wonderful great luster, has the Super Sport steel hood with the dual chrome simulated air intakes, cannot confirm that this X11 car is a factory SS, this is a true X11 car with the original Data Cowl tag and rivets, this has the rare original black bucket seated interior that appears ‘as factory, even the front safety belts have the GM 1969 tabs on them, this is powered with the strongly built 400cid engine that just has a really great sound, this has the Holley 3310 4v carburetor mounted on the Edelbrock ‘Performer’ intake manifold, ‘HEI’ distributor, the ‘numbers’ are listed further in this report, has the Crane Roller Rocker cam and heads, great compression in the 158 to 165 psi just taken, the full dual exhaust system exits through a full length header system with Flowmaster mufflers, equipped with power steering, uprated SSBC power front disc brakes, working just rebuilt air conditioning system with upgraded compressor and brand new rare factory interior a/c-heater switch, even has the extremely hard to get as believed the last one available, this original factory interior switch to operate the a/c and the heat and installed by Fraser Dante,3 row radiator, the stance of this car is just wonderful when seen in person, slightly lowered with brand new heavy duty springs just installed, KYB shocks, a larger new SS front sway bar with bushings is just used, the car also drives well with the underchassis supports to assist in the handling aspect, note that this also has a rebuilt 12 bolt 3:73.1 positraction rear end, as the build progressed, a new set of staggered 18” U.S.Mag wheels along with brand new Achilles ATR Sport radial tires just installed, all the body panels appear original as is the great lower underchassis, with the front lower black spoiler, the rear trunk white spoiler and the proper trim, uprated custom Autosound radio in the stock dash unit, under dash oil pressure and water temperature gauges, stock SS steering wheel, this 1969 Camaro has a really awesome look, very seldom does one find such a great car like this that certainly does have lots of information to add to the value, just finished in the Fraser Dante shop…just perfect for Fall 2018 shows and dinner, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
With matching numbers and the ultra-rare JL8 4-wheel disc brake option, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 looks like a slam-dunk. Then youll notice the price is about the same as a garden-variety Z, and suddenly it becomes clear that one of the greatest muscle cars of all time is within reach. Isnt it time you owned your dream car? Take a look at the trim tag and youll note that it doesnt have a paint code, meaning this was custom-ordered. The dark blue it wears is pretty close to Dusk Blue, but not quite, yet its extremely appealing. Z/28s also came with the added bonus of stripes down the center, with those on this car showing up in high-contrast white so it has a genuine performance look. This Z sports a cowl-induction hood, which, surprisingly, was optional on the Z/28, as well as a ducktail spoiler out back. Finish quality is excellent, not quite to show standards but not too far off, either. Great shine, excellent gaps, and no signs of accident or rust damage make this one of the best-looking Z/28s weve featured in a long time. Bright chrome bumpers, gill inserts, and polished stainless rocker trim accents the dark blue paint, and on an important car like this, they didnt make any creative upgrades and instead kept it as OEM as possible. Basic black was the way most Zs were equipped, but this one appears to be wearing its original 713 black and white houndstooth seat covers with the federally-mandated headrests, along with fresh carpets and door panels. Its kind of interesting to note that things like a tachometer and the cool white-faced gauges on the center console were optional (as was the console itself), and a lot of guys understood that the Z/28 was only a few steps removed from the track. Fortunately, the original owner of this car had the foresight to grab some of these desirable upgrades and today they help make this car an excellent choice for the enthusiast driver. The tach and speedo appear to be original and in good condition, while the woodgrained appliques on the dash are bright and well-preserved. Its also worth noting that the 35,100 miles are actual, so this Z has definitely led an easy life. The original AM radio is still in the dash and theres a Hurst 4-speed shifter to help you match gears with precision. Its extremely fresh inside and even the trunk was outfitted with a proper mat with the original green pattern. There is no question that this is the cars original, numbers-matching DZ-coded 302 cubic inch V8. If you havent driven a Z/28, youre missing out on one of the great powerplants of the era, an engine that loves to rev but still has a strong bottom end pull from any speed. Its nicely detailed with a correct cowl-induction air cleaner, factory finned valve covers, and Chevy Orange paint on the block itself, plus the original AIR injection system is still intact. Nice! The stout 302 has a very impressive power curve and youll find this car is more than a match for some pretty serious hardware, regardless of the size of the engine. The 4-speed shifts with authority and the 12-bolt out back doesnt seem to mind playing hard and all signs point to this being one of the 206 Z/28s equipped with the JL8 4-wheel disc brakes. Factory manifolds feed a reproduction chambered exhaust system that gives it a splendid howl at high RPM and its extremely clean underneath, more evidence of a low-mileage car. Correct Rallys with reproduction Firestone Wide Oval tires stuff the fenders and give it a 1960s performance look. There are a lot of Z/28s on the market, but this car stands apart: special-order paint, matching-numbers, low mileage, and, of course, the JL8 brake option. This is the one to own. Call today!
Youll note that we have a hard time keeping early Camaros in stock, particularly ultra-clean ones like this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS coupe. With that in mind, if youre looking for one with a snarling small block, awesome interior, numerous upgrades, and a look that dares other cars to race, perhaps you should call now instead of finishing reading this. 1969 Camaros are quite possibly our #1 best-sellers for good reason: they look positively awesome. You want street cred? An F-body is a great way to get it. You want front-row parking at the next cruise night? This Cortez Silver RS coupe will deliver. It keeps with the factory formula, since its hard to improve on the timeless design (even the factory copied it four decades later), but the execution is quite good. The paint is recent and hugs some very straight sheetmetal (the front end is all-new Dynacorn steel) that has enjoyed the ministrations of some talented body men. This is an original code 69 Cortez Silver car so it has an outstanding look and the bare-metal restoration only enhanced an already high-quality piece. Theres the usual cowl-induction hood, as well as spoilers fore and aft, plus black hockey stick stripes just in case you thought this car isnt arresting enough. Bright chrome bumpers flank the car at both ends, adding a shiny bit of punctuation to the all-black storyline. The vinyl top is also in excellent condition, giving it a grown-up look that works rather well with the black stripes and interior. The interior has been subtly upgraded to make for a better driving experience. The factory buckets wear fresh houndstooth reproduction seat covers and the door panels are excellent repros, too. The center console is nicely woodgrained and carries our all-time favorite shifter, the GM horseshoe. Youll also note that it now manages four gears instead of three; more on that in a moment. Factory gauges remain in the dash, and youll note that this car was originally equipped with factory A/C, which is now backed by modern hardware and R134a refrigerant for reliability. An upgraded AM/FM stereo fits neatly in the original slot and works with speakers in the kick panels. The ultra-clean trunk offers a fresh reproduction mat and a space-saver spare tire assembly. Horsepower comes easy thanks to a built 350 cubic inch GM crate motor. Edelbrock supplied the intake manifold and 4-barrel carb, as well as the heads and camshaft inside. Chevy Orange paint keeps it looking right under the hood, and a bit of dress-up never hurts, including the blacked-out valve covers and open-element air cleaner. Theres a new alternator, new hoses and clamps, and a fresh master cylinder so you know its ready to run. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission provides easy cruising and quick reflexes, and powers a 10-bolt rear end that doesnt mind the small blocks power. Original exhaust manifolds dump into a custom stainless exhaust system with an X-pipe and correct transverse muffler, so it has an awesome voice, and it remains quite clean underneath thanks to some fresh steel. Slick 15-inch Torque Thrusts sparkle against the silver paint and wear 225/60/15 front and 245/60/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials. Its a 69 Camaro and its beautifully finished, so it wont last long. If you like what you see, please dont hesitate and call today!
With matching numbers and wearing its original color combination, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 looks like a slam-dunk. These cars have been red hot for some time, and when you can grab one in great colors with a bulletproof pedigree, well, isnt it time you owned your dream car? This one was refinished a few years ago in its original code 69 Cortez Silver, which was one of the more popular colors in 69. Its certainly easy to see why so many folks chose Cortez Silver, with its bright but sophisticated look. Z/28s also came with the added bonus of stripes down the center, with those on this car showing up in high-contrast black so it has a genuine performance look. This Z sports a cowl-induction hood, which, surprisingly, was optional on the Z/28, as well as a ducktail spoiler out back. Finish quality is very good, although this is not intended to be a trailer queen, which means that you can drive this car as intended without worries and it still looks fantastic at your local cruise night where you can proudly say, Yes, its a real Z! Bright chrome bumpers, gill inserts, and polished stainless rocker trim accents the silver paint, making this one of the more attractive Zs weve featured in a long time. Add in the black vinyl top and it you have a muscle car for adults that still stands out. Basic black was the way most Zs were equipped inside, but this one wears a deluxe set of seat covers with the federally-mandated headrests, along with fresh carpets and door panels. Its kind of interesting to note that things like a tachometer and the cool white-faced gauges on the center console were optional (as was the console itself), and a lot of guys understood that the Z/28 was only a few steps removed from the track. Fortunately, the original owner of this car had the foresight to grab some of these desirable upgrades, plus a tilt steering column and a rosewood steering wheel, and today they help make this car an excellent choice for the enthusiast driver. The tach and speedo appear to be original and in good condition, while the woodgrained appliques on the dash are bright and well-preserved. A newer Kenwood AM/FM/CD head unit hidden in the glove box augments the original AM radio in the dash and theres a Hurst 4-speed shifter to help you match gears with precision. Its extremely tidy inside and even the trunk was outfitted with a proper mat and a full-sized spare tire assembly. There is no question that this is the cars original, numbers-matching DZ-coded 302 cubic inch V8. If you havent driven a Z/28, youre missing out on one of the great powerplants of the era, an engine that loves to rev but still has strong bottom end pull from any speed. Its nicely detailed with a correct cowl-induction air cleaner, finned valve covers, and Chevy Orange paint on the block itself. There are no major alterations from stock, and if you spent a weekend cleaning it up, youd add some significant value, because everything else is right. The only modifications are a newer Holley carburetor and long-tube headers, which bolster the Zs already impressive power curve and youll find this car is more than a match for some pretty serious hardware. The 4-speed shifts with authority and the 12-bolt out back doesnt seem to mind playing hard. Those aforementioned long-tube headers and a Flowmaster exhaust system give it a splendid howl at high RPM and its pretty tidy underneath owing to a lifetime in a warm climate. Correct Rallys with 15-inch BFG redline radials stuff the fenders and give it a hunkered-down performance look. If youre tired of seeing investment-grade Zs that are priced out of sight, perhaps this warmed-over car with a strong pedigree and the right price is what youve been waiting for. Call today!
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is one of those cars whose list of modifications is so extensive that its impossible to know where to start. Small block power, trick suspension, 5-speed transmission, and high-impact paint, all just for starters. If youve been looking for a take-no-prisoners early Camaro, this nasty 69 just stepped up and volunteered for duty. Theres nothing subtle about the bright yellow paint with a black interior, but its a classic combination that offers a bit of tradition, but this is hardly a sleeper. The shape is pure Camaro, but the sheetmetal has been cleaned up a bit with shaved emblems to make it look super slick. Nothing major, but its the little stuff that makes the biggest difference. To get these results, they focused on making sure everything was crisp and well-detailed, including the creases coming off the front fenders that look sharp enough to draw blood. The two-stage urethane paint gives the car a high-tech look and a brilliant shine, which certainly fits it well enough, and the lean Camaro shape looks pared down to its bare essentials. No stripes were needed and it doesnt even have fake SS badges, because the way this car looks and sits, it would be redundant anyway. Theres a blacked-out grille as if to imply this car might have been an SS at some point, and the chrome bumpers are shiny enough to make this car look like a show piece if you didnt already know better. The black interior is nicely done and has been lightly modified just like the exterior. The high-back buckets look stock at first glance; they have been rebuilt and now wear reproduction seat covers with newly mandatory headrests that transform the Camaros interior. A four-spoke billet wheel on a tilt column is a nice upgrade over the original and makes it a lot more comfortable. Custom Auto Meter gauges were stuffed into a Detroit Speed instrument panel that was color-matched to the bodywork and topped with a fresh dash pad. Look a little closer and youll note that the shifter now manages five forward gears instead of the usual four, but well get to that in a moment. Theres also a modern Panasonic AM/FM/CD stereo with speakers on the rear package shelf, but if youre doing it right, youll never need it. The trunk is detailed correctly with a new mat and full-sized spare tire assembly. But the big changes are underhood, where a 350 cubic inch crate motor was neatly transplanted into the Camaros engine bay. Its built for fun with a big cam, new crank and bearings, Holley 4-barrel carburetor on an Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake manifold, Dart Sportsman II heads, and it looks like a million bucks with all that chrome and billet aluminum. Theres a big radiator up front, an electric fan, and the firewall has been smoothed to give it a very sanitary look. The transmission is a Tremec 5-speed manual that spins a GM 12-bolt rear end with fairly steep gears that make it punchy around town but easy to tame with the overdrive. Hotchkis suspension components, subframe connectors, and upgraded front disc brakes. The finishing touch are those gorgeous 17-inch Torque Thrust wheels, which carry 235/45/17 front and 255/45/17 rear performance radials. These words dont come close to telling the whole story on this incredible Camaro. Come see it for yourself and youll probably discover that there arent many things on this Earth that you want more than this car. Call today!
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Five or seven years ago, a 1969 Z/28 Camaro like this unusual Garnet Red coupe might have sold for $35,000. Today, the nice ones are twice that much, with top cars crossing the six-figure barrier. Enthusiasts have finally caught on that going around corners is every bit as fun as going fast in a straight line. To answer your first question, this is a real Z/28 with a DZ-coded engine, and thats why you need to move quickly, because at this price it just wont last. Youd think that code 52 Garnet Red would have been more popular, but its actually fairly rare, making this Z a better place to park some money than any bankers investment fund. The paint is probably 20-25 years old but still looks great wearing the traditional black racing stripes for which these cars are justifiably famous. Bodywork is quite good, with even gaps and panels that have been reworked to probably better-than-new condition, and despite being a party on wheels, the paint has been beautifully maintained and still looks quite nice. All the Z/28 badges are there and the cowl-induction hood is fully functional, not an add-on aftermarket piece. The bumpers and gill inserts on the quarters are nicely chromed, while the blackout grille is excellent. These are great-looking cars, and since this one isnt a trailer queen, it looks especially awesome going down the road. The cowl tag says this one originally had a code 718 medium red standard interior, but during the restoration it was changed to black and we certainly cant complain about that. Being a color change, you know that everything inside was new at the time, and despite the passage of time, it all remains in very good condition overall. A center console gauges is always a desirable option, and that chrome shift lever controls the slick-shifting Muncie 4-speed underneath. The 3-spoke steering wheel looks sporty, the appliques on the dash and console look great, while a correct AC speedometer and 6000-RPM tach remain front and center. The clock works, the original AM radio pulls in stations, and youll feel right at home as soon as you climb in. Only the fuel gauge is a bit wonky, showing full and then barely moving, but the rest works like it should. In back, the beautifully finished trunk has been equipped with a correct mat, space-saver spare, and a correct jack assembly. The Z/28s calling card is, of course, the specially-built 302 cubic inch small block which loves to rev, yet delivers plenty of low-end torque. One of Chevys more potent machines, it was grossly underrated at 290 horsepower, which was apparently a number GM marketers pulled out of thin air. Chevy Orange paint, correct finned valve covers, and the cowl induction system are all neatly finished. Its been driven and you can see that it has been properly maintained, as there are recent hoses and belts, along with a shiny set of long-tube headers. We believe that this is the original, matching-numbers DZ block and with a correct DZ Holley carburetor and distributor, it certainly runs like a Z/28 should. Out back, the heavy-duty 12-bolt is full of 3.73 gears on a limited-slip, so it hooks up fast and charges hard. Wearing bright red paint, the floors are rust-free and solid, much of the hardware is recent, including the exhaust system with correct transverse muffler. Four Rally wheels wear 215/70/15 BGF radials that give it just the right performance look. Dont miss this opportunity to own a genuine X-33 Z/28 with an awesome look thats 100% usable. At this price, you cant go wrong and itll seem like a bargain in just a few years. Call today!
Is the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro the most popular muscle car of all? We cant seem to keep them in stock, and for all-around performance, good looks, and massive parts support, its pretty hard to beat. This Z/28 tribute has the right look, and with a few extra cubic inches under the hood, it delivers on the promises those racing stripes make. Tuxedo Black always seems to make the Camaro look like an adults car. Hugger Orange might be high-visibility, but if youve outgrown being the center of attention and just want a super-clean F-body that still looks aggressive, well, basic Black is always a great choice. All the standard Z/28 cues are there, from the front spoiler to the white Z/28 stripes, although the Z/28 badging is admittedly not authentic. However, the shine of the paint, the smooth, professionally-prepped bodywork, and good panel alignment give this car the right look and itll be a hit at local shows and out on the road. It has the requisite cowl-induction hood and ducktail spoiler for that lean, mean, hungry look of a predator, and like many of you, I prefer the non-RS round headlights set into a correct Z/28 grille. Nice chrome bumpers, shiny gill inserts, and polished rocker trim make this Z sparkle. Hard to argue with the simple black interior, which is also all-new. Fresh reproductions seat covers on the front buckets include custom embroidered headrests that spell out the cars year (as if anyone needed a reminder). A center console with a Hurst shifter is also proper Z/28 spec, and its as fun to mash the throttle and row the shifter today as it was in 1969. New door panels, carpets, and headliner add to the fresh look inside and none of the soft components show any notable wear; even the seat belts look pretty good! A 3-spoke steering wheel is a bit thicker than the original, and it frames the original gauges in the dash. Theres also a set of auxiliary dials underneath, along with a later Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit. The trunk is finished with a simple mat and a matching full-sized spare tire. Real Z/28s had 302 cubic inches, but Im sure youll appreciate the extra 48 cubes that come with this one. Very nicely finished with enough eye candy to make opening the hood a regular occasion, the small block V8 runs as great as it looks. Chevy Orange paint, an aluminum Edelbrock intake, and a new Holley 4-barrel carb, satin black tinwork, and long-tube headers all make this V8 as familiar as your childhood home. It starts with a nice burble from the dual exhaust system and thanks to the quick reflexes of the 4-speed gearbox, its a lot of fun to drive around town where you can just aim and shoot, letting the torquey small block flex its muscles. Other new parts include the alternator, hoses, MSD distributor, and a fresh fuel pump. The underside isnt detailed for show, but the light dusting of undercoating isnt hiding anything and things like the subframe connectors and Flowmaster mufflers make a difference. Chrome Rally wheels arent quite stock but you cant argue with how good they look, and they carry 15-inch radials that fill the fenders properly. Not a show car or an ultra-rare piece of history, just a slick V8 Camaro that looks and drives great, for a mere fraction of the price. Call today!
If youre going to dream, dream big. Clearly someone wanted to build the ultimate F-body, and pulled out all the stops to create this stunning resto-mod 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. With a thundering big block under the hood, high-impact bodywork, and a traditional Camaro tech interior, this is the F-body we all wish we owned. Seriously, if you could have a vintage Camaro built any way you wanted, isnt this pretty much what youd wish for? The bodywork is laser-straight and looks like a million bucks from any angle, so they clearly spent the time to get it right. The bright lime green paint with a satin black hood sure isnt subtle, but somehow it works on the vintage Camaro sheetmetal. That cowl-induction hood, ducktail spoiler, and SS-style blacked out grille and chin spoiler were added during the build, and aside from some minor signs of having been driven, there isnt much to complain about here. There were no liberties taken with the Camaros classic shape, and even the original Camaro script emblem was reinstalled on the nose, although most of the others were shaved. Chrome bumpers add a little contrast, but other details like the side gills were painted black for a bit of a custom look. Nobody will say this thing doesnt have the right look. From behind the wheel, theres no way to tell that this isnt a restored standard Camaro. The stock interior has been mostly refinished to factory specs, and the workmanship is quite good throughout. Original buckets, a center console that features a quartet of auxiliary gauges, as well as a familiar horseshoe shifter for the TH400 3-speed automatic transmission underneath. That billet steering wheel is a great addition, and youll note that most of the original gauges are gone, replaced by very cool square gauges that match the shape of the pods for a unique look that works really well. Youll also note that this car carries A/C which has been upgraded with a modern compressor and R134a refrigerant and theres a very impressive AM/FM/CD stereo system that sounds great. In the best resto-mod tradition, this car blends the best of yesterday and today to create something truly spectacular. Spectacular is one word for the 454 cubic inch big block under the hood. Its as audacious as the bodywork, wearing bright green paint, but its also remarkably docile, with a hydraulic cam and pump gas-friendly pistons inside. An Edelbrock aluminum intake and Demon 750 CFM 4-barrel carburetor deliver the fuel, while a set of long-tube headers use Flowmaster mufflers to handle the exhaust via a set of turn-downs just ahead of the rear axle. Theres a big aluminum radiator up front, a March serpentine belt drive assembly for reliability, and all-new hardware and plumbing throughout. The Camaros suspension wasnt modified besides a set of tubular lower control arms and custom springs to lower it a bit, and a set of C5 Corvette brakes give it impressive stopping power. The aforementioned TH400 feeds a reinforced 12-bolt rear with 3.23 gears on a Posi limited slip, making it comfortable under any conditions. Blacked-out Foose wheels look great against the green bodywork and carry fat 245/40/17 front and 275/40/17 rear performance radials. If youre looking for a weaponized 1969 Camaro, look no further. Someone was reaching for something modern and hit the sweet spot between vintage and state-of-the-art. Call today!
1969 chevrolet camaro ss full restore superclean auto black/red ss clone no expence spared complete restore everything on this car is new top to bottom frame off work was done about 8years ago 355 built small block mild cam 700r4 overdrive transmission new poss traction rear end with highway gears new floors truck pans full quarters four wheels dics brakes 17' torque trust wheels 8k paint job lasser straight too muck to list over 50k invested into this beast car is a driver pulls hard very strong small block this is a x11 code car a must see to believe ready to go serious buyers only please cash only no lookers dreamers are time wasters bring cash only no cash dont call has a clean georgia title in hand 678-497-5700
What vehicle better represented American performance in 1969 than the Chevrolet Camaro! Here is a FINE example of Americana! This Hugger Orange convertible is awesome. It is sporting ALL of its original sheet metal, matching number 327, and the original Powerglide automatic transmission. The engine has had some performance upgrades like heads and cam, but is matching numbers. Beautiful white and black Houndstooth interior and a white top really make this car a head turner. Come in and lets make a deal!!FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS!!!
Nice street show car. Fresh drive train ( less than 1000 miles). On an older restoration (17000 miles). 383 517hp/497tq 5sp trans. 373 rear. New motor front suspension transmission drive shaft and rear end. New exhaust and 3in radiator. Nothing was wrong with the old drive train l just wanted more power and lower rpm cruising speed with 5sp.
The good old days never had it this good! This 1968 Camaro has only a few hundred miles on her since being completely remanufactured. She is like new top to bottom inside and out. Under the hood is a balanced and blueprinted 383 Stroker with twin four-barrel carbs, and she sounds as good as she looks. Moving this power to the rear wheels is a custom Tremec American Powertrain Magnum 6-speed complete with aluminum crossmember. This is from their Pro Fit series which means the shift lever in the correct position. To put all of this power to the ground and push it around the corners we have a Detroit Speed suspension system, 12 bolt rear end, mini tub and some awesome alloy wheels wrapped in so much rubber it just makes you smile to see them. No corners were cut on the inside of this car either. From the custom Alcantara interior to the Dakota digital gauges and power windows with the trick switches which look like window cranks. She is a Beauty and a Beast, but she was designed to be easy to live with, because whats the fun of having a cool machine if youre always having to work on it or compromise to live with it? For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and wir sprechen deutsch!
This is one of those cars that just feels right. Everything works as it should and the body is excellent. This 1969 Camaro was sold new in Kingsport Tennessee and stayed there until 2000. Two of the previous owners account for a total of 40 years of its history. The 350 V8 is supposed to be the original engine to the car. It starts well, runs well and does everything else a good 350 should do. The engine is backed up by the original Powerglide transmission which shifts very well. The steering is tight and precise, and the brakes are in excellent condition and stop the car in a straight line. She has a nice solid and tight feel. The interior is extremely nice, only shows signs normal use and appears to be the original. There are no cracks, tears, fading or stains. She was repainted in 1996, and the paint still very nice. Lets face it you can only look at so many red or black Camaros before do you want to see something else. The dog dish hubcaps are another nice touch. If you are looking for a rock solid original Camaro youll be hard-pressed to find a better car for the money, and if you want your Camaro to stand out you cant beat this color for style and individuality. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
When only the real thing will do, this code-X33 real-deal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is the one to quench your muscle car desire. Fully restored, including distinctive paint and DZ-code 302 V8, this is your chance to grab a dream car. Even without the allure of a true Z car, you have a deep desire for this one. When this Camaro went through its restoration, they paid special attention to making sure the factory-correct code 51 Dusk Blue looked its best. Its a less common color (nearly three times more Camaros got the lighter LeMans Blue.) So there was a real investment in a professional respray to make sure this coupe could show off its deeper, darker hue in the sunlight. The shiny paint works with super straight bodywork, to offer a combination that truly stands out on arguably the most iconic Camaro ever. The Coca-Cola bottle design lines are accented by all the correct Z/28 features, including the cowl induction hood, deep front air dam, and full-width rear spoiler. And while the dual white streaks are iconic on Camaros, fans know that only real-deal Z/28s like this one earned those stripes. The same goes for the larger 15-inch Rally wheels. This is a terrific total package that really spent the time to get the details right on this rare coupe. And because its such an icon, it even gets the hallmark hidden headlight RS front end. More investment in this Camaro is evident the moment you open the door. The seats, door panels, and carpets are so clean that it makes for an instantly appealing classic. The dark blue interior is factory-correct, and it looks great against the coordinating exterior. Of course, the other reason why its so appealing is that there was more attention to detail here during restoration. Thats why even the factory AM/FM radio is still cranking out tunes! But the reason why you want this one is for the driving experience. The factory dual spoke steering wheel gives you a clear view to the large speedo and tach. The iconic quad auxiliary gauge package is nestled in the wood-like center console. And we know youll never want to let go of the Hurst shifter. The engine is why the Z/28 is so special. So its important to have a 1969-correct DZ-code 302 cubic-inch V8 under the hood (is suspected to be numbers-matching but unconfirmed.) The engine bay received just as much attention as the rest of the car during the restoration, and with only about 1,500 miles on this since completion, it almost feels like youre picking this up from the Norwood plant. When you pop the hood, people will marvel at everything from the exclusive fined valve covers to the factory-style decals. Youre going to love how this one correctly inhales from a true cowl induction hood and Holley four-barrel carburetor with proper 69 date coding. The dual exhaust allows it to exhale with the kind of authority that these Z/28 were legendary for providing. Also, part of this legend is serious power and torque. You get to take full advantage of all of this thanks to the Muncie four-speed transmission (confirmed original.) There was such a solid rebuild that this performance machine can still be driven with confidence. You can truly let the motor scream to its 6,000 RPM redline without complaint and sounds magnificent doing it. The rear end has been upgraded to a 3.37 Positraction for good all-around performance, but the original 4.10 also comes with the sale if you want to always be first off the line. Control is also well in hand thanks to front disc brakes and power steering. Even the undercarriage photos confirm the level of detail in this restoration. Plus, we have the full detailed correspondence from the restorer as well as a large restoration receipt file. There are maintenance records and the owners manual, too. Yes, this Z/28 is quite special, and if you hurry, it can all be yours. Call today!!!
Everything about this car is the very definition of a Classic. Its the right car. A 69 Camaro. Its the right colors. Silver on Black. Its got the right engine. A 396. Its just looking for the right buyer. Would that be you? Arguably the best-looking front end of any muscle car ever built, the hideaway headlights create a super clean look. And for 69, those headlights are electrically operated. There is an SS badge in the center of the grill and big round fog lights look awesome recessed into the valence below the pencil thin front bumper. Code 69 Cortez Silver is the factory original color for this car and it looks great. From the side, the car has an aggressive stance. A black hockey stick stripe frames a 396 badge at the front and nicely highlights the upper curve of the front fender trailing off and ending on the door. The wheel wells are trimmed in chrome and there are Camaro SS badges on the front fenders. A trunk spoiler sits over a blacked-out taillight panel with an SS badge in the center and is underlined by another sharp looking bumper. Open the door and you will find a Black interior that is completely stock and also the factory original color. The door panel is super clean with horizontal lines surrounded by thin chrome piping in the center and a slash of chrome across the top. A two spoke steering wheel has an SS badge in the center and sits in front of a neat and clean stock dashboard. The high back buckets have been reupholstered and are comfortable with horizontal pleating on the seating surface with smooth vinyl surrounding it. A chrome shifter and shift knob for the 4-speed manual transmission rises up out of the wood grained center console and just begs to be stirred around. The black carpets are in excellent condition and protected by black carpet floor mats and a nice clean headliner ties the look together nicely. Pop that cowl induction hood up and you will find a very desirable 396 cubic inch big block motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. A chrome air topper announces the engine with the 396 callout. It sits on a 4-barrel carburetor which feeds the engine through a high- rise aluminum intake manifold. Those big-block valve covers are all chromed up adding a splash of flash to the engine and the Chevy Orange cast iron is complimented by the yellow spark plug wires. There is a new master cylinder and brake booster along with new belts and hoses. Power flows back through that 4-speed trans to a 12-bolt rear end, and front disc brakes insure that you can haul this car back down from speed after you cut that engine loose. The rubber meets the road through 255/60R15s in the rear and 215/70R15s in the front mounted on Rally wheels all around. A classic 396 RS/SS in the classic, and factory original, color combination of Silver on Black. Come on down and check out this sweet ride. You might just decide to take this classic home and park it in your garage.
The badge on the cowl induction hood says it best. LS1, Sick and Twisted . This car is the perfect combination of a classic SS Camaro, paired with modern technology. Its good looking whether you are standing still or rolling down the boulevard. Its a pleasure to drive anywhere near or far. And its awesome fast when you want it to be. This car looks pretty much like a stock SS Camaro. It even has the factory correct Le Mans blue paint. Pretty much, except for those custom wheels, and a few, more subtle, lighting features. The paint, along with the chrome and trim, are in excellent condition with great body lines and panel fit. The front bumper is chrome, feeding into the white Camaro stripe down the side, and the rear bumper has been painted body color for a nice clean look out back. LED Lighting has been added in several places like the turn signals set into the headlight glass, discreet side marker lights, and center brake lights set into the rear spoiler. There are red white and blue Camaro emblems on the front fenders, SS emblems in the front stripes and below the rear spoiler, and that suggestive LS1 badge on the hood. Massive 19-inch wheels and tires in the back are matched by 18s in the front to give this car an aggressive stance and let you know it means business. Open the door and check out the beautiful interior in this car. The white upholstery, with black carpets, headliner, and dash, look super clean and classy. Pleated power bucket seats up front are comfortable for cruising the boulevard or cruising cross country. The center console with cup holders offers handy storage and is even removable for easy cleaning. There is a contoured Grant steering wheel that feels good in your hands, and a pool ball style shift knob for stirring around the manual gearbox. Some of the modern technology mentioned finds its way into the dash with aftermarket gauges mounted in the factory locations that look great and keep accurate tabs on the critical functions. Aftermarket controls for the heating and ventilation systems look like they could be factory if you didnt know better. An iPod compatible stereo with dual head units driving speakers in the back shelf add the final touches to this sweet interior. Lets talk about the sick and twisted part of this car now. GM did a great job redesigning the legendary 5.7L V-8 for dramatically more power and torque with the LS1. This car takes it even a bit further in the power department, and also dresses it up nicely for cruise ins and car shows. It breathes in better through a Spectre air filter, and breathes out better through long tube headers. An air topper and valve covers, along with the brake booster and inner fender wells are painted to match the body and look great. There is an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans up front to keep things cool, even in traffic. Power flows back through a 6-speed manual gearbox to those 325/30ZR19 tires in the rear. The fronts are 275/35/ZR18s connected to the steering wheel through a coil over suspension with control arms pivoting on heim joints for control, adjustability and toughness. This perfect combination of classic SS Camaro and modern technology might be a perfect addition to your garage. Call or come on down and check it out.
Move this car to the front of the class! There are lots of really nice 69 Camaros out there these days. Thats good to see and a tribute to the cars and the people who appreciate them. There are some however, like this one, which are way more than just really nice. There is a level of craftsmanship required as well as the time and attention to detail in order to get the homework done right which makes this car way above average and moves it to the front of the class. Check it out. Lets start with the fact that this Hugger Orange is the correct, code 72 color that the car was painted and delivered in new. It has, of course, received way more love than a production car can possibly receive while running down the production line in order to optimize the panel fit and to assure that before the first drop of that gorgeous orange paint is sprayed on, that everything is perfect first. Only then can you lay on a basecoat/clearcoat finish that looks this good. A couple subtle custom touches include tucked front and rear bumpers, shaved side markers, and body color matched drip rail trim. Up front add some H4 headlamps and out back some aftermarket taillights with billet trim. Then add some bold white rally stripes running up the cowl induction hood, and at that point, those pencil thin bumpers front and rear are underlining a masterpiece. Open the door and the craftsmanship and attention to detail continues. A simple black door panel has a horizontal pattern in the center surrounded by thin chrome piping with another slash of chrome across the top. The high back bucket seats look fantastic with Orange houndstooth seating surfaces surrounded by Black vinyl bolsters and headrests. The steering wheel is a wooden, deep dish affair with a splash of blue in the bowtie center button. Wood tone treatment continues on the stock dash panel that is neat and clean and spotless. What jumps out at you though, is the Autometer Sport Comp Monster tach and the two smaller Autometer gauges mounted lower on the dash to keep accurate track of water temp and oil pressure. A Hurst T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission rises from the floor in the center, and a clean headliner and fresh carpeting along with floor mats with Camaro in orange tie the look together nicely. Open the hood and you will find a meticulously detailed out 350 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. The pattern on the polished air topper matches the pattern on the polished valve covers for a nice unified look. There is a Holley Street Avenger carburetor sitting on a GM aluminum intake feeding aluminum heads. MSD handles the ignition duties and Hooker long tube headers wind their way out the bottom and back to Flowmaster mufflers. There is a new master cylinder and brake booster and adding an additional splash of flash are a chromed alternator as well as power steering and water pumps. Power runs back through a three-speed automatic transmission to a 10-bolt rear end and power front disc brakes insure that you can haul this ride back down from speed in a hurry. The rubber meets the road through 225/60R14s in the front and 255/60R15s in the rear that give the car a nice bit of chassis rake, and are mounted on American Racing alloys. They did their homework on this car and scored big on the test moving it to the front of the class. Come on down and check it out.
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is original where you want it like the cool paint scheme. But it also has terrific upgrades like a modern stereo, four-wheel disc brakes, and an overdrive transmission. So if you love a distinct classic, and love to drive it, too, this is the one for you. The factory-correct Frost Green is great to have. Not only is a cool 60s-style color, but you dont see it too often anymore. While the recent respray gives it a nice gloss, there is a hint of darkness that you want on a speedy Camaro. This dark side matches quite nicely with period-correct features like the black vinyl roof and new front lip spoiler. We especially like it on the distinct DX1 stripe package that runs up the front like a bumblebee stripe, but then has an extra stinger in the center of the hood. This black accent package also goes great with the upgraded wheels. The factory-correct lime green interior is another great piece to have because it was rare when new, and on a distinct Camaro like this, it goes great with the exterior color. Plus, the good condition lets you know that this has always been treated with respect an icon like this deserves. The high-back bucket seats, grippy steering wheel, and large gauges make this a fine cruiser. Plus, the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo features everything from an aux input for your iPod to a big subwoofer in the trunk. So this classic Camaro can keep you entertained with its modern tunes. Under the hood is an upgraded Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8. We all love these because they are quite adaptable for performance. Thats why this one has received go-fast goodies like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, Summit Racing aluminum heads, and shorty headers that feed a rumbling Flowmaster dual exhaust. Not only is this motor a strong runnier, but this has also been upgraded to be the perfect anytime cruiser. With a four-speed automatic transmission w/ highway-friendly overdrive, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes, this is the classic youll enjoy near or far. Heres the Camaro that really impresses with the perfect mix or originality and upgrades. So when its as priced as nicely as this, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!
The 69 Camaros were unique with one year only body work that gave the car a lower, wider, more aggressive look. Add to that look the cowl induction hood that wasnt available until the 69 Z/28s, and you have this car here. A car designed for the Trans Am racing series, and a beautiful, potent, street machine. Check it out. How appropriate that this car is coated in Daytona Yellow because it was designed to run circles around the competition on the race track. Black rally stripes compliment the yellow paint and add a bit of an intimidating look to the car as they flow up the power bulge of the cowl induction hood and then up and over the rear spoiler. Up front the 69 grill had a much heavier V shape to it than previously and that set the headlights back a bit further under the hood while driving lights complimenting them were placed under the bumper. There is a Z/28 emblem in the grill that proudly announces the intent of this car, and Z/28 badges also grace the front fenders. The creases trailing off the tops of the wheel wells both front and rear make the car look likes its moving even when its standing still, and one more Z/28 badge appears between the taillight and just above a sharp looking back bumper. Open the door and you will find a nicely restored, stock, Black interior that was obviously set up to be easily converted to conduct business on a race track. There is a simple door panel with a center panel of horizontal pleats surrounded by thin chrome piping and a slash of chrome across the top. The high back buckets have pleated seating surfaces and smooth side bolsters for support. There is a three spoke steering wheel with a bowtie center button that has the white shift knob for the 4-speed manual transmission just a flick of the wrist away which is begging to be stirred around. The dash has the speedo on the left and a tach with a 6000 rpm redline on the right. A newer digital radio has been installed for your listening pleasure and a factory center console gauge pack that is easily visible to the driver keeps track of critical engine functions like oil pressure, water temp and charging voltage as well as fuel level. Open the hood and you will find a period correct DZ 302 cubic inch engine. It is topped by a big filter assembly that funnels the air gathered up by the cowl induction hood into an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold. Finned aluminum valve covers both look good and help a bit with oil cooling while long tube headers wind their way out the bottom and back to free flow mufflers which give this 302 a sweet-sounding exhaust. Signs of good regular maintenance include newer belts and hoses as well as ignition components. Power flows back through that 4-speed Muncie transmission to the rear axle mounted on multi-leaf springs, and control arms with coil springs along with a beefy sway bar up front provide great handling and drivability. Power front disc brakes assure good stopping power if you decide to let the horses run and the rubber meets the road through BFGoodrich T/A radials mounted on steel wheels with trim rings and center caps. A beautiful, potent, street machine with a 302 engine that was put in these cars to qualify them for the Trans Am racing series and is believed to be the original motor. Come on down and check this car out.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible. This extremely rare optioned 69 convertible comes in a fresh Tuxedo Black basecoat/clear coat paint job, with a white hockey stick stripe, a new factory comfort weave interior and a new convertible top. This was a 2-year frame-off, nut and bolt restoration. It has a period-correct L34 396 cu. In., 350 hp big block, backed by a 4-speed manual transmission and a 12 bolt GM rear end. This car has the best options, including air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power top, tachometer and gauges. The Super Sport style rally wheels wrapped in Firestone Wide Oval Tires is the icing on the cake, to finish off this beauty. With this one you can cruise in style with all the creature comforts!! Shown by appointment only. Please call today!
1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO Replica, X44 code Norwood Car. 10-10 black exterior color, with 711 black standard interior. Cowl induction hood, and under that hood lies a wolf in sheeps clothing. An L72 427/425 HP engine with correct 4 bolt main 512 block, backed by an M-22 Muncie Rockcrusher 4 speed transmission and a 12 bolt positraction rear. The car rides on Goodyear polyglass tires, steel wheels, and GM dog dish hubcaps. It has power front disc brakes, and radio delete options.All original GM sheetmetal. Just finished a complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration. Shine it, show it, or just look at it, this thing is ready to GO!