Engine: V-8 350cu. inch
Transmission: Power-glide Automatic
The first generation of the Chevrolet Camaro appeared in 1966 for the 1967 model year. The 1967 model featured a brand new rear-wheel drive GM F-body platform and was offered as a 2-Door, 2+2 seat, Coupe or Convertible, with a choice of either a straight-6 or V8 engine. The first generation of the Camaro was produced until the end of November 1969.
The 1969 Chevrolet Camaro carried over many features from the previous year’s model including the drivetrain and main mechanical components. All ’69 models featured all-new sheetmetal (except the trunk and lid), a redesigned grill, new door skins and rear quarter panels. Also added was a modified rear valance, which gave the car a much lower, broader and more aggressive look. To increase competitiveness of the automobile, 4-wheel disc brakes with four-piston calipers were also made as available options for this year.
This Chevrolet Camaro has 4 -Wheel power disc brakes, a HP aluminum rear-end cover, high-flow water pump, all 12-bolt Posi rear end, flush mounted modern door handles, 2” “Borla” Stainless steel dual exhaust with headers and flomasteres, high-flow HD aluminum radiator, 4-aluminum mounting brackets, Holly electric fuel pump, and all braided steel lines. Inside it features a stereo installed in the custom dash, all new Autometer gauges, modern R134 air conditioning, and a polished aluminum A/C compressor. The car has a brand new suspension system, auto power windows, polished aluminum valve covers, chrome alternator, power steering, a completely custom interior, rebuilt TH350 with mild shift kit, and completely upholstered trunk. The car has recently been undercoated and the undercarriage was repainted. It also features a custom color matched fan shroud, dual color matched exterior sport mirrors and Zoops pulley set. Everything on this car was painted, powder coated or polished.