This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro takes terrific classic elements, like the four-on-the-floor, racing stripes, and the Rally Sport upgrade. And it also throws in a touch of modern, including the wheels and the gauges. The result is a powerful icon with plenty of style. A bold red coupe with racing stripes painted on top: this Camaro wants to be seen. In fact, this one has the kind of glass that really pops in the sunshine. It\'s not looking to be too showy; this Camaro just wants to be the car that you drive and people talk about long after you pull away from the stoplight. We love the Rally Sport hidden headlight front end. The doors currently operate manually, and when closed, they set the tone for a very sporty style. The super scoop cowl hood, deep chin spoiler, and D80 full-width rear spoiler all are part of that classic performance look you want on a \'69. And just for the right hint of added aggression, you have a great looking set of 17-inch wheels. It\'s a little lower in the front and the rear rubber is a little wider - the result is a terrific stance. Black always looks good against red, and so this one has an attractive style. There are even some well-integrated upgrades like newer floor mats and a retro-style AM/FM radio. But the real appeal here is the driver-oriented package. You have factory pieces, like front bucket seats and a center console in-between. Plus, there are upgrades like the Grant GT sport steering wheel, Hurst shifter, and crisp white faced auxiliary gauges that help you keep an eye on what\'s going on in the engine bay. Under the hood is a hardy Chevy 350 cubic inch V8. It looks good with the full orange setup, including the cast valve covers, radiating within the dark inner walls. It inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and authority as headers feed the Flowmaster dual exhaust. Not only is this a nice power package, but it\'s also supported by the right pieces, like an HEI ignition and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The four-speed manual transmission gives you good control over the V8\'s power, and that feeds the stout 12-rear end. Add in the power steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide modern Nitto tires, and you have a classic made for driving. This coupe has bold looks and the kind of style that loves to hit the road. It makes for the kind of icon that you can enjoy to the fullest. Call today!!!
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