1969 Chevrolet Camaro
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro

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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Hardtop For consignment, a Camaro masterpiece. A 69 Camaro that was born in Norwood, Ohio and over the years received a makeover, heart transplant, new shoes, and many other goodies for show and go. Its a fantastic build and a striking car thats ready to save you from the time and money of restoring a barn find. This is turnkey goodness at its American best! Exterior There are not many color combinations as hot as black and red. And this red car features a matte black cowl hood with intersecting fender hash stripes on steroids! The grille is red, but the headlight bezels are black. The rear fascia picks up the matte black and is the ideal background for the Z/28 emblem and taillights. Take a close look at those smoked tail lights, the three sections are stacked and canted outward but face towards the rear, a bit of geometrical trickery that is often overlooked. With the use of 2 inch drop spindles, the car sits low over the 18-inch Ridler chrome 5-spoke wheels. The chrome bumpers and metal work around the car are in great shape. For flaws, we note some drips where an overzealous paint gun stayed too long, some rust on the lower pinch welds, a dent on one rocker panel and a scrape on one wheel arch. If youre not looking for these things, theyre otherwise unobtrusive. Interior The black vinyl doors are lined with horizontal stitched lines in one inch rows. That pattern is mirrored in the front bucket seats and the rear bench. A Grant GT 3 spoke steering wheel is at the helm and is a vast ergonomic departure from the stock wheel. The square gauge pods now house round white faced gauges, backlit in blue and with digital readouts. An AM/FM/CD radio with USB and aux ports also adds blue light to the interior while four more gauges are perched on the center console canted towards the driver. A Hurst shifter takes its rightful place in the center in a carbon fiber trimmed base. Black loop carpet fills the foot wells where we also find some external speakers. The headliner is intact but could benefit from some freshening to tighten things up. Drivetrain A 383ci stroker V8 is under the cowled hood with an Edelbrock 1406 4-barrel carburetor sitting atop it. A Tremec T56 6-speed manual transmission rows the gears and sends power back to the 10-bolt rear with a 3.08 ratio. Power disc brakes are a definite upgrade and found at both ends. Hooker Super Comp headers get things started on the exhaust end of things. The car is also equipped with electric fans, an HEI distributor, and air conditioning. The engine bay is clean and show worthy with bright additions and flame engraved valve covers. Undercarriage Generally clean underneath but not on par with the top side of the car. There is surface rust in the usual places including the rear diff, suspension components, and the frame. Flaking rust is seen along the belly pan where it meets the rocker panels and theres a spot of invasive rust on a floor panel. Some residual oil on the oil pan and some oil on the rear diff coming from either the pinion seal or cover. The dual exhaust connects with an H pipe and continues twinning down the length of the car where they meet Flowmaster mufflers, then exit just beyond the rear fenders with only the very tips of the chrome tails showing. Independent suspension is in front with coil overs and leaf springs with traction bars are on the back. Our cnsignor also states air shocks are present. Drive-Ability Here we go, into the wild blue yonder, or in this case the wild black asphalt of our test loop. The car fires up with mucho gusto and like a hot tamale, rolls out onto the track. The seats are comfortable, the steering wheel provides confidence, and the Hurst shifter is the star of the show. Were able to monitor temperature and systems through a myriad of gauges, something not afforded to all Camaros in 1969. She runs strong, handles well, and stops on a dime. Oh, and sounds pretty darn good, too with the only flaw being reverse lights that dont illuminate. We cant wait to get this one back so we can put it on display for all to enjoy! Finished and well done Camaro projects with individual expressions and customizations dont usually last long at the mall. Someone took this canvas and painted a red rocket with black highlights, a strong engine, some modern conveniences, and a stance that is simply cool. Freedom dictates action, so dont get stuck in the starting gate. Call, email, or visit today. 124379N523140 1-Chevrolet 24-Camaro V8 37-2 Door Hardtop Sport Coupe 9-969 N-Norwood, OH Assy Plant 523140-Sequential Unit Number TRIM TAG ST 69 12437-1969 Camaro 2 Door Hardtop Sport Coupe BDY NOR142996-Norwood Body # TR 711-Black Standard Vinyl Buckets PNT 65B-Olympic Gold, Black Vinyl Top 10C-3rd Week October Classic Auto Mall is home to more than 1,000 classic and collectible vehicles for sale via consignment in a climate controlled 336,000-square foot showroom (thats more than 8 acres!). The largest single location consignment dealer of classic and collectible vehicles in the country is located in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, just 1-hour west of Philadelphia off Exit 298 of the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. For more information visit www.classicautomall.com or call us at (888) 227-0914. Contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person. With so many great cars, you know we have a lot to talk about, and we do that each week on the Classic Auto Mall Podcast with host Stewart Howden. Stewart discusses new inventory as well as trends in consignments and car prices, while interviewing celebrities and automotive professionals about amazing cars and their history. Tune in each week to the Classic Auto Mall Podcast wherever you enjoy listening. You can also watch on YouTube!

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    124379N523140
  • Classic Car ID
    102018452
  • Stock Number
    6274
  • Category
    Muscle & Pony Cars
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    4,809 miles
  • Engine
    383ci Stroker V8
  • Transmission
    6 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Color
    Red
  • Seat Color
    Black

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