Chevy's third-year offering the Camaro and the final year of the first-generation, 1969 was a banner year for the model in terms of design and performance. The '69 Camaro used virtually all-new sheetmetal in its design. Only the hood and trunk panels were carried over from the '68 model. The result was a car that looks definitively sportier. With inset headlights, a deep “V” cant grille, new door skins, rear quarter panels and rear valance panel, the car looked significantly more aggressive that the previous 2-years. Many argue that '69 was the edgiest year in the Camaro's design history.
This 1969 Camaro is a tremendous example of a car that is equally fun to show and drive. With a 350ci V8, Automatic Transmission, Power Steering, and Power Brakes, this car fires up and rolls down the road. On the exterior, the deep red exterior gleams against black hockey stripes, SS badging and aggressive American Racing Torque wheels. Inside, the black vinyl bucket seats with console invite you to jump in and drive.
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