Vintage, upgraded, and powerful... this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS tribute makes all the right first impressions. So with its triple-black appearance, four-on-the-floor, and huge performance-built 496ci V8, this coupe has you in love/lust at first sight.
This Camaro gives other lesser cars nightmares. Heck, anyone who sees this all black package in their review mirror will be easily intimidated. Being the ultimate aggressor is not easy. The black paint has all the right modern gloss and shine to highlight the added curves Chevy gave the F-body in \'69. It has all the right aggressive touches, including the front air dam, full-width ducktail spoiler, and the large power bulge of the cowl induction hood. The Rally Sport blacked-out grill with hidden headlights is exactly what you want leading the way on a performance Camaro. But there\'s also a lot more to this one\'s appeal. The bright work looks fantastic on everything from the mirror-like rear bumper, to the delicate trim that seems to be in all the right places. The fresh black vinyl roof is a true premium touch. But all you have to do is look at the strong Billet Specialties wheels with the extra-wide rear set, and you know to fear this one on the streets.
The black bucket seat interior combines with the exterior paint and vinyl roof to deliver the ultra-desirable triple-black total package. So it\'s exactly what you want on a muscle machine that\'s out to be the midnight aggressor. But it\'s not all dark on the inside. The black is broken up in places like the wood paneling on the steering wheel and center console. Speaking of the console, there\'s great white glow on the auxiliary gauges and topper for the Hurst shifter. This is a machine that wants to keep you focused on driving, and that\'s why the dual spoke steering wheel always provides a clear view at the large speedo and tach.
You\'ll love lifting the hood everywhere you go to show off how the engine bay is stuffed with big block power. More than just a huge displacement, this was fortified to be a true monster motor. The build started with a 454 block stroked to 496 total. It has a solid lifter roller cam, Moroso aluminum manifold covers, Moroso oil pan, and MSD ignition. The V8 inhales deeply through a large Holley four-barrel carburetor and hi-ride intake. It exhales with thunderous authority out of the Hooker long tube headers that feed the dual exhaust. You have complete control over this monster motor and its growling soundtrack thanks to the Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission. This big power gets to the ground via the 12-bolt Positraction rear end running a 3.73 gear for great takeoffs. Those massive 325mm wide Mickey Thompson tires always make sure there\'s plenty of rubber for the road. As you check those out in the undercarriage photos, don\'t forget to spot great features like the four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, thick front sway bar, and a reinforced four-link rear end with adjustable coil overs.
Complete with title documentation, this is the kind of Camaro for those who like to be seen, heard, and envied. If you\'re not timid, it\'s time for you to call today!
|Listed Price||$55,995|| |
Excluding price changes of less than $100.
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