1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

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Camaro SS 350




49,469 km


Canada, Ontario


Fort Erie


With reserve
Seller: Private

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350ci 5.7L V8



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Here we have a nice example of your classic Camaro; a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS in its proper Hugger Orange powered by a beastly L48 350 5.7L V8 4-Barrel also equipped with the RS Rally Sport package (Z22). This SS is now for sale by its owner of the last 2 years. Roughly 12 years ago under its previous long-time ownership it underwent a reported entire nut & bolt rotisserie restoration on the body. During this restoration, it was repainted in its original colour, new floor & trunk pans were installed along with a new gas tank, new fenders & new vinyl top. Roughly 5 years ago under the same previous owner, the interior was reupholstered other than the dash which was left untouched. Recently under current ownership, new brakes were installed with discs upfront & drums in the rear, new tires were installed on the Rally wheels & new coil over shocks were put in. The SS performance package in this Camaro adds a 350 5.7L, chassis upgrades for better handling & to deal with the additional power. The SS features non-functional air inlets on the hood, special striping & SS badging. The Rally Sport (RS) was an appearance package that includes a special black-painted grille with concealed headlights & headlight washers, fender striping, simulated rear fender louvers, front & rear wheel opening moldings, black body sill, bright accented taillights, back-up lights below rear bumper & a bright exterior trim. It also included RS emblems on grille, steering wheel & rear panel and Rally Sport front fender nameplates however due to this example also having the SS package, SS emblems overtook the RS emblems. This 1st-generation Camaro is an American muscle car introduced by Chevrolet in the fall of 1966 for the 1967 model year. It drove on a brand-new RWD GM F-body platform & was available as a 2-door, 2+2 seat, hardtop & convertible. This 1st generation was sold in 1967 through 1969. In 1969, this final year of the 1st generation the grille was redesigned with a heavier "V" cant & deeper inset headlights. New door skins, rear quarter panels & rear valance panel also gave the car a much lower, wider & aggressive look. It is powered by the Turbo-Fire L48 350 5.7L V8 spinning the rear wheels through its 3-speed Turbo Hydra-matic 350 automatic transmission which became available in 1968. There were 12 different engines offered in 1969 with this L48 being one of the most powerful only below the 396 & 427's. The paint is reportedly very shiny, it just has some chips which are shown in the gallery. It is not described as a Concord series award winning car by the seller but a great driver with the ability to be a nice show car. It shows 30,739 miles / 49,469 km on the 5-digit odometer; TMU (Total Mileage Unknown). The vin tells us it was produced at the Norwood, OH assembly plant. It also confirms it is a coupe 1969 model with the V8 under the hood. The Cowl Tag also confirmed with ST69 12437 that it is a 1969 Coupe due to the 69 & 37. The standard bucket seats are confirmed by the TR711 tag. It is also an original RS example. 03B tells us it was built in March 1969. The seller can deliver the vehicle anywhere in Canada at extra cost. - 3-speed Turbo Hydra-matic 350 automatic transmission - Hugger Orange (72) with black vinyl top (B) & black decal lines over black leather interior (E711) - Swivel windows - AM/FM BOSS audio with bluetooth, AUX & USB compatibility - Bucket seats (711) - Console floor mounted shift lever (D55) - Rear speaker (U80) - GT Grant 4-spoke steering wheel - Oil & Water temperature gauges - 15" Rally wheels - 205/75 R15 97S Hankook Optimo H724 - Dual exhaust - SS emblems - Spoiler - Power: 300 HP & 380 Lb-Ft of Torque - Curb Weight: 3042 lbs


- Some chips in the paint; all shown in the "EXTRA" gallery - Could use a new dash pad; dash pad there now is okay however reportedly a little wavy - 350 emblems in the wrong spot below marker light instead of in front; reported mistake by body shop at time of restoration

Modifications & included equipment

- Edelbrock carburetor; under current ownership 2022 - MSD ignition system; under current ownership 2022 - Chrome crossbars - Hood latch chrome coil - GT Grant 4-spoke steering wheel - BOSS audio system - Brand new leaf spring set included; seller had no time to install

Recent service history

June 2023: - Fresh oil & filter - New brakes - New tires; 205/75 R15 97S Hankook Optimo H724 - New coil over shocks If you have any questions please ask in the comment section below, Happy Bidding Fast Car Bids does not guarantee the fitness or representation of the vehicle. The deal is between buyer and seller; there is no recourse against Fast Car Bids Inc. See Terms of Use.

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