Gateway Classic Cars of Charlotte is proud to digitally present this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible.
The first-generation Camaro hit its peak in 1969. Compared to the earlier 1967 and 1968 first gens, there were more engine choices, sleeker styling, and meaner appearance, as well as unique appearance packages and trim codes. Compared to the 1967 and 1968 models, the 1969 Camaro is slightly lower and wider, with a more muscular, in-your-face look, especially in its frontal ‘V” profile. The 1969 version also had new door skins, rear valance, and rear quarter panels. This set the 1969 version apart from the other first-generation Camaros.
Dressed in beautiful red paint with white stripes, this car is a head-turner, to say the least. 18″ inch American Racing wheels in the back with 17″s up front give this Camaro that impressive, restomod stance. Peaking behind those big wheels are Baer brakes with slotted and drilled rotors on all corners. If this is not enough, RS/SS badging and brightwork add even more eye candy. Inside, the white vinyl interior looks and feels great. Console gauges add the finishing touch to this gorgeous package.
The show goes on under the hood with the rebuilt 432 cubic inch big block chevy engine as the star. This massive powerplant is fed from an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and a polished aluminum intake manifold. Headers route all that V8 music through dual exhaust and chrome tips. The manual transmission is stuffed with six gears and easily shifted thanks to a hydraulic clutch. Honorable mentions include a polished air conditioning compressor, polished water pump, aluminum radiator, electric fans, and countless other goodies.
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