Chevy's Camaro was released in 1967 to compete against the Ford Mustang in the newly-established pony car class. The Camaro also spawned a sister car called the Pontiac Firebird. To this day, the Camaro and the Mustang remain fierce competitors and the last bastions of the segment. If you'd like to own one of those historic Camaros, we've got a lovely 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe for sale today. It's a rarer six-cylinder example as well.
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe wears a clean white paint job with a contrasting blue vinyl-wrapped hard top. It's got the requisite badging and period-correct wheels which wear BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires. While many Camaros came with the RS appearance package that placed the headlights behind sliding covers, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe is free of those. We also note a few scratches and blemishes on the bodywork, but nothing major. We also note a trendy ducktail spoiler on the trunk lid. Inside, there's a four-seat cabin decked out in blue. The front seats are bench seats, while the rear seat is a bench seat that's perfect for lounging upon. There's some wood trim on the dash, and chrome lashings, such as the window winders. The audio system is an aftermarket Audiovox unit with a tape player. Overall, the interior appears in great shape, with the ventilation control sliders and gauge cluster all in good nick. A collector will appreciate the condition of this interior, which appears to need next to no restoration.
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe doesn't pack a V8 under the hood. Nope, it's got a Turbo-Thrift 250ci in-line six-cylinder engine that drives the rear wheels via a Powerglide automatic transmission. Rated for 155hp and 235lb-ft, this Camaro is no bruiser but makes for a fine and frugal cruiser. The current owner reports a new fuel tank and fuel lines, as well as new springs and new brakes. There's also reported to be a recent oil change undergone on the sturdy six-cylinder powerplant.
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