1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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Classic Car Overview

Lot:132 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

 

Condition: #1

 

Museum and Pebble Beach Quality

 

Less than 200 miles since restoration

 

Always kept in climate controlled environment

 

Serviced and started weekly by collector's personal mechanic. Gas kept fresh. Oil kept fresh. Battery kept current. During weekly inspections, starting and short drives, all components, whether it be lights, mechanical, leaks, A/C, power components, interior or exterior noise, tires, batteries, undercarriage or any other issue that may have presented itself was addressed and resolved on the spot. This car can be driven anywhere and any distance, just as if it were new.

 

No expense was spared in this professional rotisserie build on an X44-Code coupe. This 1969 Camaro is the epitome of a Resto-Mod that maintains the full character of the Camaro body and interior.

 

It retains the strong Camaro identity as a result of its brilliant Hugger Orange paint, color- matching Endura front bumper and the black houndstooth interior.  

 

The Bowtie Brand is also present under the hood in the form of a 427ci Stroker Engine with Edelbrock Performance RPM aluminum heads, which has been blueprinted and built to run in concert with the Centerforce clutch, Borg Warner Super T-10 4-speed Transmission with Hurst shifter, billet driveshaft and a Ford 9" rear end.  

 

Riding on staggered custom-made American Racing wheels and performance rubber inside roomy rear tubs that accommodate the 20" wheels, the car's considerable power harnessed through adjustable Hotchkis bar rear suspension with coilovers and Wilwood slotted disc brakes fed by stainless steel lines.  

 

The action is monitored by Auto Meter gauges in a custom dash.  To finish off its mean original Camaro look and its Retro demeanor, front and rear spoilers, a Yenko correct stripe kit installed by Rick Hendricks Chevrolet, rear Yenko and 427 badges and custom caps complete the package.

 

Auction Estimate: $85,000.00 to $95,000.00

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  • Classic Car ID
    101609137
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  • Category
    American Classics
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  • New/Used
    Used
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