When Ford stunned the world by releasing a landmark model called the Mustang that created a whole new segment, General Motors knew they had to act fast. Their response was the Camaro, created to directly compete head-to-head with the Mustang. Fast forward to 2022 and this rivalry is still going strong, with both nameplates having strong followings. You’re either a Mustang person or a Camaro person, although it is possible to be both, and there are people who have one of each in their garage. If your life needs a classic Camaro in it, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute Edition is an excellent candidate. Whilst the exact mileage on this New Jersey-based car is unknown, the seller reports that he has put on around 3,000 miles during his ownership.
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute Edition wears a stunningly shiny black paintjob with matching black convertible top, and is contrasted by a set of equally shiny modern chrome wheels, as well as chrome bumpers. Pop the hood and you will be greeted by chromed valve covers as well. The interior sports a black color theme with accommodations for five occupants, although four might be more comfortable. There’s a brand-new sound system, with a modern Kenwood Excelon head unit, including USB and AUX connectivity, and a subwoofer in the trunk. Vents have also been installed for an AC unit, should you desire to install one. Crank windows are present, and a Hurst gear shifter with white cueball-esque gear knob adds to the period sportiness as you cruise around with your passengers, top-down and some nice music playing through the sound system, punctuated by the bark of the V8 under the hood.
The Chevrolet Camaro came with a broad range of engines to suit every requirement, be it smooth cruising or drag-strip bruising. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute Edition boasts a 396ci (6.5L) big-block V8 that’s been rebuilt, along with the carburetor and alternator. When new, this engine was rated for outputs of around 350hp and 415lb-ft, sent straight to the rear wheels via a four-speed Muncie Rock Crusher manual transmission. This car also has a Weiand intake and Hedman headers, plus power steering and power brakes.
Car Location: New Jersey Exact miles unknown Owner reportedly put 3K miles since owning Rebuilt Engine Rebuilt Carburetor Rebuilt Alternator Brand New Sound System with Subwoofer in Trunk Chrome Wheels Chrome Bumpers Chrome Valve Covers Vents Installed for AC but No Unit Muncie Rock Crusher Transmission Soft Top Convertible Crank Windows Hurst Shifter Weiand Intake Hedman Headers Power Steering Power Brakes
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