1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS396 for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/1969-chevrolet-Camaro-matching-numbers-ss396-cou pe-c-1841.htm 69 Camaro SS396,Original big block Matching #'s Camaro ! authenticated with casting codes and #'s, Chevrolet Mark IV matching #'s big block 396cid V8@375hp, close ratio 4 speed trans, factory 12 bolt HD eaton posi rear differential, brand new mirror finish correct "72" Hugger Orange paint w/black hockey stripes, correct Super sport hood, black bucket seat interior w/factory console, optional factory 4 pack console gauges, factory 7K tach & 120mph speedo, power disc brakes, fast ratio power steering,front & rear spoilers, all new chrome & polished stainless trim, correct SS wheels w/Fresh BFG radial T/A's, great sounding dual Exhaust, original Delco radio, detailed engine compartment and trunk, very rare big block super sport Camaro, 1 of only 2018 built ( 243,085 Camaros built in 69, this is one of less than 1%) http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/ 301.816.1000
1969 Camaro Z28/RS For Sale! Hugger Orange!
SOLD Visit Our Site: http://www.bpmcars.com This is a True Z-28 with Ralley Sport completed with a DZ302 block! This beauty is was originally Hugger Orange and has been redone very nice to original spec's. The black interior is the optional Deluxe Style interior and completed with Center console gauge package. The 4 Speed Hurst Shifter will allow you to breeze through the Muncie transmission. Power is put down to the pavement by the way of a 3:73 gear 12 bolt rear. The RS package looks great with New style Detroit Speed door motors and complete with painted doors and grill. Z28's are not exactly growing on trees, and the investment of this car is high and increasing yearly! Questions about our vehicles Contact Our Staff at Brown's Performance Motor Cars 410-553-6211 or bpmcars.com
1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 302 V8 Cross Ram Dual 4 BBL Carbs Four-speed
I thought you'd like a look at this very slick 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. It's powered by the DZ 302 V8, with a cross ram and dual four barrel carbs. All the power is being sent through a four speed trans with a Hurst shifter. This car has been beautifully restored and tastefully modified. They have added a nice custom paint job, aftermarket rims and tires, and some nice drilled and slotted disc brakes. This is one impressive machine. I hope you like taking a look at it. Thanks for watching! This car is located at Gateway Classic Cars, just outside of St Louis, MO. For more info, you can visit their website at: http://gatewayclassiccars.com/ The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:http://music.incompetech.com/royaltyfree2/Whiskey%20on%20the%20Mississ ippi.mp3 MacLeod's description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010
132900 / 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/74guvqc Whenever a great Camaro like this black-on-black RS/SS 396 convertible shows up, the very first thing we do is check the cowl tag. We can confirm that this is a real L78 SS 396 convertible restored to top-flight condition in its original color combination. With just one mile since the restoration was completed, this is a car that can compete and win at the highest levels right off the trailer. I suppose it goes without saying that the bodywork on this convertible is expertly done and in spectacular condition. The black paint is beyond deep, looking like Loch Ness at midnight so smooth and flawless, and the side stripe is painted on, not a decal, which is a high-quality addition. The cowl induction hood looks awesome in black without the SS stripes, giving this car a very aggressive look that must have been mind-blowing in 1969. Imagine rolling up on some poor schlub in a Mustang at a stoplight in this thing; it looks as nasty as the engine sounds. This car, with its solid lifter L78 big block, was one of the most potent machines on the street and was exactly what most other drivers would hope to avoid. Making 375 horsepower and revving like a small block, the L78 was far more potent than its numbers would suggest. Detailing is show-quality, with the finish on the block being as nice as the paint on some cars, and the chrome has been restored to concours levels. The proper 375 horsepower decals were used on the cowl induction air cleaner, as well as throughout the engine bay to properly replicate a factory-correct appearance. Of course, power steering was not available with the solid lifter cars and the alternator uses a larger-diameter pulley similar to those on the Z/28s for high-RPM use. Living behind the big block you'll find a correct Muncie M21 4-speed manual driving a bulletproof 12-bolt with surprisingly mild 3.31 gears on a Posi limited slip. The chassis components are probably over-restored, with things like powder coated sway bars and springs, and immaculately finished satin black A-arms. Correct decals on all the components give it a highly accurate look and the brightly plated hardware pops against the near-flawless satin black floors. Rounding out the features underneath is a set of Rally wheels wearing Goodyear Polyglas tires as original. The houndstooth interior is the perfect complement to the black paint and top, making the car look like a heavyweight fighter in a tuxedo. The seat covers are new, of course, as are the door panels and carpets. The steering wheel is a lovely rosewood piece, and the gauges have been fully rebuilt with crisp, precise lettering and crystal clear lenses. Overhead there's a new black vinyl top that is almost completely wrinkle-free when erected, and we have a new black boot on order to finish it when the top is folded. The trunk features a new mat, correct full-sized spare, and a complete jack assembly. Restored Camaros don't get any nicer than this, and when you look at the rarity of the L78 motor and color combination, this becomes a very special investment-grade automobile. And while I'm certain it is a spectacular car to drive, this car seems destined to win some big events at the very highest levels before it starts tearing up the pavement again. No expense was spared in bringing this car to this level, and at this price, it's like buying the restoration and getting the car for free—that's a real bargain. Visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for complete information.