1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 454 Recreation
|Performance:||454 V8, Holey 4 barrel carbs|
|Transmission:||Muncie 4 speed|
(SOLD) It includes the original floor pans and trunk floor. It received fresh PPG base coat and clear coat in yellow with the correct SS black stripes, Z/28 spoiler front and rear, all new headlights, tail lights, emblems, bumpers, grille, mirrors, trim and factory tinted windows. It received a complete new interior including headliner, carpet, door panels, all trim and accessories. Console, ralley gagues, 140mph speedometer and big block tack. The engine maintains a correct stock appearance big block with factory options, except for the headers. Specifications include 468ci eagle rods, high-torque starter, keth black silvolite pistons, moly rings, World Merlin oval ports, heads, lunatic voodoo cam and lifters chrome, moly pushrods, stamped valve train, Edelbrock dual plane intake, holly street avenger carb flame thrower, hei motor is balanced and blue printed to a high spec. Everything was built with keeping a street and stock appearance in mind. Muncie 4 speed transmission re-built with a new clutch kit. New brake system including booster, master cylinder, calipers and all likes are hard and soft. Very nice fully sorted car would enhance any collection and is ready for the open road. No disappointments. Complete with spare and jack. This Camero is very fast, has a great sound, is a fun ride, looks super and is one of the best for sale today.
The Camaro was Chevrolet’s response to the wildly successful Mustang introduced by Ford in 1964. Though similar in size and mission, the two cars differed in two significant ways. First, the designers of the Camaro intended to give the car a more streamlined appearance. Second, unlike the unit-body Mustang, the Camaro was engineered with a partial frame in front, intended to yield better noise isolation and ride quality, and a unitized rear for cost savings and space efficiency. The 1969 model was given a facelift that featured redesigned front fenders, doors, quarter glass, header and valance. Flattened wheelwells gave the car a more aggressive stance. The standard grille was reshaped with sharper angles.