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1969 Chevrolet Camaro for sale - Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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FOR SALE: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro $143,900 USD
Morgantown, PA

Interior Color:
Ivory Houndstooth

Exterior Color:
Dover White

1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS The 1969 Camaro was chosen as the Official Pace Car for the 1969 running of the Indianapolis 500 and as the Official Car of the \'500\' Festival. This was a repeat performance for Camaro since it had also been chosen as the 1967 Pace Car. To help them stand out on the large expanse of track, the 1969 pace cars were designed to be visible: Dover White RS/SS convertibles with Hugger Orange Z28 style stripes and orange houndstooth cloth seats. All were equipped with the recently released fresh air hood (aka: cowl hood). It was a well-kept secret for a number of years, the pace car convertibles had a sibling! There were a limited number of RS/SS coupes built via the option code Z10 that received the pace car style orange Z28 striping, essentially coupe versions of the pace car. Paperwork documenting why the cars were made has not been found, but they were sold in the Southwest, (TX, OK, NM, LA, and AZ), and in Tennessee. The option was somehow communicated to dealers in these states, (probably via a zone letter), and the dealers then placed their orders, (Chevrolet did not build cars without a dealer or customer order). Production records have not been found. However, using CRG\'s data on known Z10\'s, Z10 production is estimated to be about 450 to 500 cars. This estimate is higher than other prior estimates, but the estimate is derived from analytical data. Just under 200 cars are currently known. -Thx To While technically not a pace car as none of the Z10 cars were at the \'69 Indy 500 race, they generally are referred to as pace car coupes. The RPO Z10 comes up as Special Accent Striping, and cost exactly the same as the Z11, (pace car convertible option), but no door decals were included with the coupes. Maybe this was GM\'s way around licensing fees or possibly part of an Indy contract that restricted replicas to be convertibles at the time. Proudly gracing our main showroom and the 1st of its kind here in our Hallowed Halls, a 1969 Camaro RS/SS Z10 equipped coupe. Restored in the late 1980\'s and a top points winner at the Street Machine National 1990, top points car at the Camaro, Chevelle, Nova Nats 1990, Top 25 Grand Run in Pigeon Forge, TN 1990, #2 points car, Camaro class 1990 Super Chevy Show, the topic of many an article while in both the former owner and our consignors tenure, and was even invited to be displayed at the Brickyard for a pace car reunion. But wait, there\'s more...This particular Camaro was the 1st Z10 coupe to ever be entered into the prestigious judging of the Red, White, & Blue Concours. A very nice example, awaiting the next Camaro aficionado to scoop up and add to their collection of rare and desirable muscle from the boys with the bowtie. Exterior Dover White covers the straight steel panels on this car, which are all minding their gaps very well and it\'s really nicely buffed but does present with some lacquer cracking on nearly every panel. This cracking is only noticeable upon close inspection. Also, adorning the exterior are dual wide Hugger Orange painted on racing stripes, which.... well race up the long hood of this pony car stopping at the front windscreen and continue on the small rear deck and cool spoiler atop. At the front of its body, in a satin black grille hangs a familiar SS emblem above clean parking lamps, a small black spoiler, chromed bumper with optional bumperettes and correct RS hidden headlights. Behind that grille, a requisite Camaro header fronts a functional cowl induction hood, which flows to a tinted greenhouse that\'s dressed in polished mirrors, polished wipers and straight stainless trim. On the sides, stainless trim frames the wheel openings and a rocker spears between them, correct rear quarter panel shark gill louvers are on as well as traditional door handles and ornate fender emblems. Hand painted Hugger Orange pinstriping adorns the bulges of the front fender and rear quarter and around back, an


  • Price$143,900 USD
  • Odometer18000
  • Body Stylehardtop
  • Stock #4187

Price History

Original Price$143,900
Listed Price$143,900

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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