1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS RS 396
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
SS RS 396
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Body Style: Convertible
Exterior Color: Maroon
Interior Color: Black
- Total rotisserie restoration
- Was a 350 RS/SS car, now correct Camaro JH 396/375 HP engine, M21
Muncie 4-speed and 3.73 posi
- New old stock GM sheet metal
- Tilt steering column
- Woodgrain dash with optional rosewood wheel
- Deluxe interior
- Correct 6000 redline tach
- Factory gauges
- Power top
- All smog equipment
- Disc brakes
- Polished stainless chambered Exhaust
- Restored with the best of everything
- Runs and drives as new
1969 Camaro Black X11 For Sale
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Visit us at www.bpmcars.com
Give us a call at (410) 553-6211
X11 Coded Camaro done
in Black with white striped and black standard bucket interior with center
console. The 350 is worked a bit with more cam and some head work (.30
over) and definitely has a bit more than the stock Camaro Guy will have. The TH350
trans is hooked to a 10 bolt rear with 3:73 gears. She also has AC,
aluminum radiator, aluminum polished intake, hooker headers, Edlebrock
carb, and more. It's a great driver and cruiser!
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Had enough of near-stock Camaros that feature stock motors
and ancient suspension designs? Then take another look at this snarling,
barking, brutally fast Camaro. If too much is just
enough, and over-the-top is the way you want to travel, then we have your
car. Posers need not apply for this one, because it will most definitely
hurt you if you're not man enough to handle it. Don't say you haven't been
If you're going to build a big, noisy weapon like this, you can't show up
half-hearted. The man who built this machine spent a lot of time getting
everything just right. You will find absolutely no bondo on this car, which
is evidenced by the laser-straight panels, with not a ripple or ding in
sight. A Polygraphite front end kit was put on in 2006, and the car got new
quarter panels, new fenders as well as inner and outer wheel houses. The
paint is so bright and vivid that you can see this car from a mile away.
The chrome bumpers, mirrors, handles and weather stripping are all new. I
certainly wouldn't call this car subtle, it is definitely set apart from
the often garish and excessively customized Camaros you're used to seeing.
But the real essence of this Camaro is horsepower, and lots of it.
This car packs a ZZ502 big block Chevy crate motor from GM Performance
Parts between the fenders. It cranks out more than 500 horsepower. Featuring Hooker
ceramic coated headers, a BeCool aluminum radiator, dual electric fans and
Holley 850 carburetor this street machine is truly thrilling to drive. Also
notice details like the Summit electric fuel pump, all steel braided lines,
and an in car fuel shut off switch. New motor mounts, perches, cross member
and frame mounts were also included in the build. Extremely well fitted and
finished, this engine bay is every bit as functional as it is beautiful.
This Camaro has the
power and performance to match its appearance.
Speaking of power, it's channeled through a turbo 400 built by Select Performance to a Currie
Ford 9-inch rear end with 3:89 gears on a posi. You will also find a 9"
2500 stall Converter by Select Performance. To get an acceptable ride on
the street, power steering, new coil springs, ball joints, bushings, tie
rods, sway bar and rear mono leafs were included in the build. Brakes are
Wilwood discs with 4 piston calipers at all four corners, with all new
brake lines and a new manual master cylinder. 3" Exhaust by Kooks and Spin Tech mufflers give
this Camaro a great
rumble at idle.
The interior is all original, with no rips, tears, or stains. The beautiful
dash houses a new carbon fiber gauge panel with AutoMeter Ultracomp gauges.
Black buckets match the new door skins. Between those buckets is a console,
housing a Hurst quarter stick with reverse shift pattern, which is what
you're going to want when you crack the throttle on the 502. The sprayed
trunk is stuffed with the Optima battery.
On a build like this, you know there's going to be a lot of paperwork. We
have a big binder with all the details on the car's components, including
receipts. It's impossible to overlook a piece like this at any show, and
with 500 horsepower under the hood.
It fires up easily, drives like a car should and rides surprisingly well.
Now imagine it's in your garage, and you're the guy lighting up the tires.
Available for a fraction of the build cost, all you need to do is pick up
the phone and call. Do it today! 248-974-9513