And it wears the perfect color.
Everyone knows and loves the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, or at least they respect it if they’re a Mustang or Mopar fan. To say this car is a symbol of American freedom and ingenuity would be correct. Now you have the chance to own the legacy, albeit with a unique twist. This ’69 Camaro is headed to the auction block thanks to GAA Classic Cars, so it’s time to get ready to grab it.
If you’re racking your brain trying to figure out what that paint color is, you’re likely not alone. No, it’s not a factory hue, but instead it’s House of Kolors’ Tangelo Pearl. The color is striking and unique, making this Camaro stand out from the rest.
A complete rotisserie restoration has left this Chevy looking pristine all around. Those body panels are nice and straight with no visible imperfections, plus the gaps between are tight and uniform. The exterior offers a clean presentation with pristine chrome, RS hideaway headlights, trim and eye-grabbing, polished Billet Specialty wheels.
What’s really moving about this Camaro is the 496ci big block V8 with a long list of upgrades, including Molly 10.5:1 pistons, H-Beam rods, SCAT crank, 660-lift solid roller cam, and aluminum Pro Heads. It breathes through Hooker ceramic-coated headers and 3-inch Flowmaster 50 Series mufflers plus exhaust. A T10 4-speed transmission is also included.
Built for more than just speed, this Camaro should handle exceptionally well. It comes with power steering for starters, but it also has a Detroit Speed front sway bar and Wilwood 4-piston disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors at all four wheels.
The lucky person who wins this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro will get to enjoy some nice comforts, too. There’s Vintage Air AC and heat, black leather upholstery with orange accent stitching, Omega custom gauges, and a Flaming River tilt steering column. If you want to be the one driving away in this classic muscle car, register to bid right now.