Founded in 1911 and thereafter becoming a division of GM in 1918, Chevrolet, fondly known as Chevy, has been producing some of the most sought-after muscle and sports cars to date. When Chevrolet introduced the Chevrolet Camaro in 1966 for the 1967 model year as a direct contender to the Ford Mustang in the pony car segment, it took the North American motor world by storm. For the people who wanted a sportier and subjectively better-looking pony car, the Camaro was it. The Chevrolet Camaro has been produced from 1966 to date and is currently in its sixth generation. The iconic first-generation Camaro that made Chevrolet a household was built until 1969. Up for grabs is a magnificent 1969 Chevrolet Camaro with a host of upgrades and o miles on the odometer thanks to the new crate engine.
Nothing screams badass than a classic pony car such as the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro when it is painted in black. A tour to the fronts bestows an aggressive fascia comprising headlights flanking a large vented grille painted black with the SS badge superimposed in the center. Above the grille can be seen the hood vents and the Camaro badge at the bottom right corner. The lower part comprises a chrome and black bumper with integrated fog lights and a matte-painted front spoiler. The sides feature various "396" and "Camaro SS" badges in chrome. The rear is defined with a body-colored rear spoiler, rectangular taillights, and a chrome rear bumper with the "SS" badge in the center. More chrome can be seen throughout the exterior, from the window bezels to the grille and turn markers. This beast sits on a set of staggered 18" American Racing 5-spoke wheels painted in chrome. Matching the exterior scheme is a redone interior in black with the seats decorated with black inserts and comfort weave seats. The seller reports that the air conditioning is working while the tachometer, gauges, and center clock are all factory.
Powering this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is a new, massive 502ci V8 crate engine coupled with a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. The owner reports that the rear has a 12-bolt rear end and a new aluminum radiator. Stopping power is enhanced by the 4-wheel Wilwood drilled and slotted disc brakes, as reported by the seller.
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