And it’s looking for a new (forever) home.
If you’re a car enthusiast with a soft spot for the classic muscle cars, then keep on reading. The beauty you see above is up for sale through Legendary Motors in Beverly, Massachusetts. For those who may not be able to tell at a glance, it’s none other than a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. The current asking price as of this writing is $40,900. When you factor in its long list of goodies and the fact that it’s only got one mile on the odometer since the build, it’s not extreme at all! This model is powered by Chevy's 496 V8 engine mated to a three-speed automatic transmission. However, it's got a lot more under the hood than just that.
The 1969 Camaro is, without a doubt, one of the most popular pony cars out there. It was the final year of the first-generation Camaro and the first year that the car saw some significant changes. It received all-new sheet metal, except for the hood and trunk. The front grille featured a more angled “V” design that allowed the headlights to be more deeply inset. Meanwhile, the rear taillights were extended to a triple-lens setup. Louvers were also added on the rear quarter panels. The updated body panels make for a flatter and wider looking stance that emits a more expressive and muscular appearance. The mechanical underpinnings of the ’69 Chevy Camaro remained the same, however. The interior gauges from the ’67 and ’68 models were replaced by square ones and actually inspired the gauges found in the fifth-gen Camaro as well.
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro coupe sports a custom PPG Copperhead Metallic Paint with PPG Snow White Pearl Stripes. It is a Pro Street build with a long list of added equipment and a ton of power to boot. The car delivers incredible sound and stance as it rumbles down the street or strip. No matter where you take it, this model is sure to impress. The interior was also customized with racing seats, a racing harness, roll cage, Grant GT steering wheel, B&M Pro Stick automatic shifter, and more! You won’t believe your eyes at all the work and love that was put into this bad boy. We won’t spoil the entire list for you here, so take a look at the ad for yourself!
General Motors sold 37,773 units of the 1969 Camaro RS, 34,394 of the SS, and 20,302 of the Z/28. One thing is for sure, though. No matter which Camaro you have, it’s a valuable collectible that will forever be admired and remind us of its history, legendary prowess, and overall journey to the present-day models. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your hands on this iconic 1969 Camaro. Call today!