1969 Camaro LS1 Z-28

My 1969 Camaro Z-28 with a LS1 engine built by Bill Jelinek at Route 66 Motorsports in New Lenox IL www.rt66motorsports.com or call Bill at 815 462 0090

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134726 / 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/lhc3vgu A clean body that’s dropped on a custom suspension, fitted with a leather-lined interior and bolted to a hot LS7 small block, this insane Camaro pro-tourer is the kind of killer classic that makes factory-fresh bowties shake in their run-flats. If you’re shopping for some fully-sorted muscle that puts a modern twist on an old school favorite, you’re looking at your next car! The beneficiary of a professional, frame-off restoration that was completed just last week, this slick ‘69 Camaro features a seamless custom appearance that’s highlighted by an immaculate coat of Charcoal Gray paint. Take one look down the sides of the car’s rock-solid body and it becomes very obvious that great care was taken to ensure every panel is aligned to better-than-new condition. Step closer to that body’s mirror-like paint and check out its straight and ripple-free surfaces, which are a product of both clean OEM sheetmetal and high quality replacement panels. Grab the pivotal pieces of that well-adjusted sheetmetal and experience the kind of excellent fit and finish that’s right at home reflecting a summertime car show. Then step back to admire one very well-done custom that’s built to exacting specifications thanks to a great combination of skilled workmanship and first-rate finishing. Cranking out 513 rear wheel horsepower, the lightweight, high performance LS7 rumbling beneath this car’s hood is a technological testament to the old rule: more cubic inches equals more horsepower! A perfect amount of air and fuel is supplied by a stock GM throttle body that’s been cinched to a polished air tube and a Spectre reusable filter element. That air and fuel mixes in a factory LS7 intake and progresses to CNC-ported cylinder heads that are fitted with a combination of titanium intake valves and sodium-filled Exhaust valves. Immediately following combustion, spent gases roar through 2.5 inch stainless pipes via Kooks long-tube headers. And a big Be Cool radiator, quick-spinning Spal puller fans, new AC Delco plug wires and a polished Vintage Air Front Runner system ensure rocket-like acceleration. Take a gander under this wicked F-Body and you'll find a fully detailed chassis that mixes new age technology with old school durability. At the center of the car’s floors, a fresh Tremec T56 6-speed utilizes a Ring Brothers clutch reservoir to spin a Moser Super 9 rear end that’s fitted with high quality Moser axles and slick 3.31 gears. That drivetrain hangs in a complete Detroit Speed suspension which makes excellent use of a full set of tubular control arms, a beefy Panhard bar and a full set of Koni coli-over-shocks. And torque melts the pavement thanks to painted Rushforth Night Trains which spin 245/35ZR19 Nitto NTO5s in front of 335/30ZR19 Nitto NTO5s. Behind this Camaro’s solid-closing doors you’ll find a supple Upholstery Unlimited interior that wraps firm leather seats in a nice blend of contemporary style and modern convenience. At the front of the car, a custom, leather-topped dash hangs a slick set of Stewart Warner Maximum Performance gauges above modern pushbutton start, a new Sony CD player and controls for a traditional Vintage Air climate system. And in front of the driver, a snazzy Billet Specialties wheel tilts a flat-bottom rim around a subdued Flaming River steering column. With its timeless style, excellent performance and modern comfort, this slick Camaro pro-tourer is an absolute blast to drive and instantly admired wherever it goes. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!

1969 Camaro LS1 Test Drive!
$58,990.00 - Call Jeff Whitaker 410-562-9319

1969 Chevy Camaro LS1
Todd's Camaro with LS1. Mods include potted LS6 heads, mild cam, built trans, headers, LS6 intake, and some other mods. Tuned by Jake of brownspeed.com