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.
A beautiful example of a well restored 1969 Camaro, this car drives on a matching numbers rebuilt 350ci motor tied to an automatic transmission. Fire up the motor and this Camaro growls, ready to be pushed. With beautiful newer red exterior and correct black interior, this car has been recently upgraded with a new master cylinder, brake booster, tires, flexplate and ceramic coated headers. This Camaro has a 12-bolt rearend, disc brakes and multi-leaf suspension. Including with the sale of this car is the Protect-O-Plate showing the vehicle was delivered new in California.
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