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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport on 2040-cars

US $17,990.00
Year:1969 Mileage:2816 Color: Black /

Ocala, Florida, United States

Ocala, Florida, United States

1969 Chevy Camaro Super Sport - Rally Sport

This car is visually stunning in every way. From the stance and hideaway headlights to the beautiful black body.
I hate to give it up

This was not a numbers matching car when i purchased it so over the last few years i have modified some items.
The engine is a built 396 with all new internals,
including a Thumpr series Comp Cam. It was built to cruise and draw lots of attention, but always starts right
up hot or cold.
I have cleaned up the engine compartment so that minimal wiring is seen. The spark plug wires are hidden under
the engine and the AC compressor is hidden
under the Alternator with the help of a March Serpentine belt system, keeping all the lines behind the fenders.

It has a smooth Gloss Black firewall that has been rubbed and buffed to conceal the hidden Vintage Air conditioning
system. The AC blows cold and works great.

Lots of billet and chrome for that wow factor when you open the hood. Polished Sheet metal valve covers and a
march serpentine pulley system. Polished Edelbrock performer intake with billet thermostat housing, aluminium
water pump and polished power steering pump.
A Polished 4 core aluminium radiator with a factory fan shroud and a 12" Electric fan with temperature control
keeps her cool in traffic all hidden under a Black closeout panel.

Power 4-wheel Disc brakes with chrome dual diaphragm booster and Power Steering.

The transmission is a Muncie 4-speed casting # 660 with a 11" bellhousing casting # 621 and the rearend is a
narrowed 9" with 3.55 gears.

American Racing VF518 Polished Two-piece Forged 18" Billet wheels set the car off.
Tubular upper and lower control arms and 1" front sway bar make it handle. The Frame was blasted and powder
coated gloss black.

Dakota Digital VHX dash with console gauges keeps you up to date on all functions, including Top Speed , 1/4 mile
time and speed, service engine and Low fuel to name a few.
Stock Deluxe interior with molded door panels and houndstooth seat covers make the interior stunning.
AM-FM stereo with ipod, MP3 , USB and hands free talking radio with 1200 watt amp in the trunk. Kenwood speakers
are in the custom kickpanels.

Detroit Speed electric headlights make the Rally Sport hidden headlights work super fast. All lights on the car
work including the reverse lights, horn and wipers.

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