This first-generation Camaro has been meticulously restored with no detail left untouched, and now it is being offered at $10K off the original price.
When someone mentions the muscle car era, one of the top cars that comes to mind is the first-generation Chevy Camaro SS. Produced from 1966 through 1969, this classic takes the top spot on many enthusiasts' dream car lists, especially one in the vibrant factory hue of Hugger Orange. Corvette Mike Midwest is excited to offer the chance to scoop up this meticulously restored 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS coupe for yourself. Not only will it wow the crowd, but it is guaranteed to impress judges at any car show. While the car was originally priced at $79,990, the price was dropped considerably $69,990. That's a staggering price reduction of $10,000! Not a bad deal if we do say so ourselves.
The body of this vintage Camaro is arrow straight and in flawless condition. Slathered in the shiny factory orange, this classic is undoubtedly going to grab attention everywhere it goes. A black vinyl top in excellent shape adds the perfect amount of contrast to the exterior. To further complement the car's outside aesthetic, a set of American Racing Torq Thrust wheels sit on all four corners.
Powering this bright beast is a numbers-correct L89 big block 396cui V8 engine that is capable of a healthy 375-horsepower. Capable of shifting that power down through a 3.73 positraction rear end is an M21 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission. Power brakes with discs up front stop this classic Camaro with authority, and power steering allows for easy navigation when taking those turns. Inside the cabin is an immaculate full SS interior complete with Strato bucket seats, floor console, gauge package, and a Hurst shifter.
If this is the '69 Chevy Camaro SS you have dreamed of since high school, don't hesitate to contact Corvette Mike and see how you can get this bad boy tucked into your garage. This is a show-worthy example of a first-generation Camaro that was listed at $79,990, but $10k was dropped off the price. The car is now for sale for $69,990.