1969 PRO STREET CAMARO SS WITH 750+HP NEW UPDATE NOW FOR SALE AGAIN!! ASKING $59,950 OBO!!!!

Ok Camaro fans here we go. I am selling this car again for the current owner. This is one beautiful pro street 1969 Camaro ss. It is a beautiful Black on Black with just a little hint of white in the SS emblems, BF Goodrich white letter tires and the interior white gauges to set it off. This makes for one stunning Camaro. What makes it pro street/touring, well for starters. This is a X-11 car. This is a original Camaro SS 350 car. The car does not have the 350 or the 350 tranny anymore, there history but in there place is a totally new professionally built and installed 468 engine, which is a 454 bored .30 over. This is new with about 300 miles since done. The engine is built up with cam and has gear drive and some other internal goodies but it's what is on top that counts which is a 671 Weiand fully polished pro- street super charger blower assembly with dual Holly carbs. This is the top of the line Supercharger that Weiand makes for a big block chevrolet. The engine is pushing out 750+ horsepower. The car has a temp controled electric fan with a new radiator. The car also has tranny cooler installed. Now the motor takes up so much room the heater box had to be removed but, your not going to be drinving this kind of car in any cold weather so out it came. Everthing on the motor and motor compartment is polished stainless steel, aluminum or chrome. Every nut & bolt, bracket, pulleys, throttle assembly, linkage, alternator, water pump, master cylinder, power Booster, well you get the idea. If anyone is interested please call me at 570-875-7109 to see more picture and a full description. Thanks for your interest... Marty

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