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1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS for sale in Denver, Colorado, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Denver, Colorado, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Trim: SS
Year: 1969
Mileage: 11494
VIN: 123379N675518
Color: Red
Engine size: 489 CI
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1969

1969 SS (clone), Garnett Red, with hockey stripes and black vinyl interior. 17” American Torker II rims. Professionally painted with acrylic enamel.
489 stroker Mark IV block built by Westside Performance & Machine in Houston Texas, where I bought the car. Have a lot of documentation on the car including the receipt for the engine build with tech stats. Dyno’d at 586 HP at the flywheel. Eagle crank and Hbeam rods, ARP rocker arm bolts, Comp cam 294S-10, CNC ported and polished cast iron heads with stud girdle, Edelbrock Victor II intake, 750 Quickfuel carburetor, MSD Ignition, Flowmaster exhaust with Hooker competition headers and custom fabricated stainless exhaust piping. Connected to a 5 speed Tremec TKO transmission and a 10 bolt rear end with 3.55 gears and posi lock. Griffin aluminum radiator with electric fans. Aeromotive Stealth electric fuel delivery system with return line to tank. Ready for fuel injection conversion if desired. Electric vacuum pump plumbed with 2 hidden reserve tanks for power braking at all times. Power steering. Vintage Air air conditioning. QA1 Stocker Star AL Shocks which are adjustable.
What’s good about the car? It runs like a champion and the engine is a brickhouse. Even with the large lope, I have the car idling at +/- 700 RPM without problems. It has only about 12,000 miles on the block so it’s still got a ton of life left. The sound is amazing and is my favorite part of the car beside the cars classic styling. I have not had any major problems with the entire drive train after solving for overheating and vapor lock in this high elevation. I have driven the car every 2-3 weeks at a minimum since I purchased it in 05’ and have never driven in the snow or rain, only sunny days. There is no evidence of rust and I’ve owned the car for 18 years now. I think it’s safe to say the body was restored properly and is in great condition. It’s a really good driver for having such a powerful motor. I have tried over the years to make it easier to operate with the cooling issues resolved, a modern transmission, a vacuum pump with reserve tanks, electronic fuel pump with recirulation, etc. I have a clean CO state title.
What’s not good about the car? The paint while shiny and beautiful is not without flaws. There are a couple locations with paint chips and imperfections. Some from before I purchased the car, some since then. There are a few very small dings in the body. Happy to point them out. The interior has a few flaws here and there but nothing major. The car needs a new set of tires. I intended on replacing them this summer but will let the new owner pick out the ones they want instead. The rear main seal has a slow leak. It was leaking before I bought the car and has not worsened. You never have to add oil, it’s more of just a nuisance to the concrete floor below. The gas gauge likes to take a few minutes to activate. C4 Hot Rods (my local mechanic) could never figure out why but it doesn’t really bother me as it starts working shortly after driving it. The rear tires are just a little too wide. If you have people in the back seat, the tires will rub when accelerating hard or hitting dips in the road. Not a problem with 1 other passenger.

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