SS 502 Clone. 4-Speed. Black Paint & White Hockey Stripes. Houndstooth Interior.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 502

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: SS 502
Type: Coupe
Trim: Houndstooth Bucket Seats
Year: 1969
Mileage: 43,027
VIN: 124379N709994
Color: Black
Engine: 502ci
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Rear Wheel
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Thomaston, Maine, United States
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1969

To start with, et me first say that I understand that there is a lot of information in my ad. I also understand that this may be boring to the person who is just looking and not buying. However, or the person who is looking to buy and spend their hard earned money, feel that there is never too much information.

As to myself, am not a dealer, ust a (65) year old kid that loves muscle cars. For my work, recently retired from managing a Correctional Facility here in Maine and had worked for the Maine Department of Corrections for (40) years. I am also a respected member of my community. I mention this only because of the value of this car and so that prospective buyers will have some idea as to who they are dealing with. Also, lease check out my eBay feedback which is 100% with (1,134) transactions.




Some Brief History on the Camaro:

After two years of watching the Ford Mustang enjoy tremendous success, n September 26, 966, eneral Motors finally launched its entry into the pony car segment, he 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. Although available with a mediocre six cylinder for volume sales, he Camaro could be equipped with several V8s and a myriad of performance options. Chevrolet stated that the "Camaro" was named after the French word for "comrade." The Camaro was available from the start in hardtop coupe and convertible body styles. The 1967 RS package included numerous cosmetic changes including a blacked out grill with hidden headlights, evised parking and tail lights, pgraded interior trim, nd RS badging. Of greater interest to enthusiasts was the SS package which included as standard equipment a modified 350 cid V8, long with simulated air-intakes on the hood, pecial bumble bee striping, nd a blacked out grill. However, he ultimate was the RS/SS Camaro, n which case the RS badging took precedence.

The 1968 Camaro received minor changes for its second year.

The 1969 Camaro marked the last of the first generations and is arguably the most popular.

It featured entirely new, ore aggressive looking sheet metal and revised grille. Going away was the coke bottle shape, aking room for a flatter, ider looking stance.

The Camaro was available in many different configurations, rom a standard Sport Coupe, rubber melting Super Sport, r a track-ready Z/28. The Rally Sport option with hidden headlights, pecial stripes and wheels, pecial bucket seats, ice carpeting, nd other items could be added as a separate package to any of the models.

The Sport Coupe was longer and wider this year, ad bucket seats, arpeting, nd improved Astro Ventilation System.

The SS was “The One with a Name Like the Hiss of a Snake.” Big power, pecial 3-speed transmission, port striping, eavy insulated hood.

1969 Camaro Production Numbers:

Style Production # % of Total

Base 165,226 58.8%

Z28 20,302 7.2%

RS 40,977 14.6%

SS 36,309 13.0%

Pace Car 3,675 1.3%

Convertibles 15,573 5.6%

Total 280,858

Now for your consideration is my beautiful 1969 Camaro SS502 clone. The bad news is it is a reproduction. The good news is; “WHO CARES”!! It was a real V8, 969 Camaro Coupe that has been completely restored and painted in the super popular color of black with the SS white “hockey stick” stripe. It has a massive 502ci engine hooked up to an M20 4-speed transmission. An aluminum driveshaft sends the power to a 390 posi 12-bolt rear axle. It also has the beautiful black Houndstooth interior with the console and gauges as well as a new steering column mounted Sunpro Super Tach II. And to keep the driver cool in any weather, new A/C unit (Please note that the A/C unit is all there but has never been hooked up.). While you’re cruising down the road, ook up your iPod to the new in-dash AM/FM stereo radio and listen to your favorite tunes.

All in all, his is a wicked nice 1969 Camaro that will compete in any of your local shows and you can drive it to the show and not trailer it. A no excuses 1969 4-speed Camaro that is cooler than the flip side of your pillow. Who could ask for more??

As with all of the cars that I sell on eBay, he easiest way for a prospective buyer to get a sense for my cars is with tons of information and loads of photos and a video. Feel free to ask any questions and I will do my best to answer them and respond ASAP.

Here is the link to the video:

Exterior: The Camaro has recently received a new and beautiful coat of black paint as well as new white SS “Hockey Stick” stripes from Phoenix Graphix. The front SS callouts were also changed from “396” to a set of GM authorized “502” callouts as that is what is sitting in the engine bay. The car looks absolutely stunning in the white stripe on black paint color combination as this is one of the most desirable and sought after paint-scheme Camaros you can own. The front and rear bumpers are in very good condition as well as all of the trim work and glass. The door handles and the side mirrors are also in very good condition. Spoilers, arker lights, ail lights and bezels are all very good with no cracks or pitting. The Camaro rides on what appears to be new Fire Hawk Indo 500 front tires and Cheater Slicks on the rear. The rims are outstanding with excellent spinner caps and trim rings. There is one spinner cap that is missing the center crossed flag insert.

Interior: The new Houndstooth interior is in excellent overall condition. The seats are in excellent condition as you will see in the photos with no rips, ears or fading. The door panels are also as new with no signs of wear. The door and window hardware appears to be new. The headliner also appears to be new with no rips or tears noticed. The carpet and underlayment are both new. The dash has no cracks, arping or fading and is in excellent condition. There is a beautiful Rosewood steering wheel installed. The center console looks great with new aftermarket gauges and the woodgrain applique in place. There are front seat belts present but no rear seat belts. Door locks and windows are in good working order with what appears to be new window whiskers and weather stripping installed.

Engine Compartment: The GM 502ci crate engine is basically new with only around 1,000 break-in miles logged. It is a beast and starts and runs exceptionally well. The power of this 502ci engine is fully felt when you open up the huge secondaries of the just rebuilt Holley 850 carburetor, orcing you back into the seat as if you were taking off in a jet. A new K & N air cleaner assembly has been installed on the Holley carburetor. There is a new 1-wire alternator installed. Additionally, ince completing the video and to improve the engine ignition, new MSD 8360 Pro-Billet Distributor has been installed to replace the older 6AL Ignition System and MSD distributor. Also, new MSD Blaster coil has been added. There is a new fan shroud, ew plug wires and new hoses present as well. The windshield wiper motor is new but has not yet been wired up. There are no messy engine leaks or annoying exhaust puffing sounds within this Camaro’s engine compartment and the overall look is clean and neat in appearance.

Transmission: The transmission is a Muncie M20 4-speed with the correct looking Hurst shifter attached. There are no leaks or funny noises and transmission shifts up and down through the gears with no issues.

Rear Axle: The rear axle is a 390 posi unit that does not growl, lunk or leak fluids while in operation. There is also a new aluminum drive shaft installed transferring the power from the transmission to the rear wheels.

Electrical: All exterior lights are in good working order to include the headlights, ail lights, unning lights, linkers, ackup lights and the plate light. All interior lights are also in good working order to include the dash lights, igh beam light, linkers and console gauge lights. The overhead light is not working. (May just need a bulb.) The heater, ew A/C unit, ipers and horn are not working. (Electrical wiring.) I believe the horns need a horn relay installed. The fuel, emperature, lternator and oil pressure gauges are completely functional. The speedometer is not working but appears to have a new speedometer cable installed. There is a Sun tach mounted to the steering column and is working correctly. A new AM/FM stereo radio has been installed in the original radio opening without cutting the dash. This stereo radio also has a plug-in for your iPod.

Trunk: The trunk is in excellent condition having the trunk mat installed but does not have the spare wheel or jack assembly. A new Gel battery is installed in the trunk to allow room for the massive 502ci block in the engine bay.

Mechanical: The disc brakes work correctly but as they are not power assisted, ou need to add some foot power. The suspension is very good with new body bushings, ront end components, ront coil springs and a new front end alignment. There is a new 3” X-pipe exhaust system installed. The SS502 Camaro reproduction starts, hifts and drives down the road like it owns it.

Undercarriage: The undercarriage is very nice showing no signs of rust or rot. Frame connectors and ladder bars were installed for better driveability. Look at the extensive undercarriage photos which will display the undercarriage condition better than any description that I can conger up.

The SS502 Camaro Clone Comes With the Following:

· 502ci engine;

· M20 4-speed transmission;

· MSD 8360 Pro-Billet Distributor;

· Hurst Shifter Handle;

· Aluminum drive shaft;

· 390 posi 12-bolt rear axle;

· Houndstooth bucket seat interior;

· A/C unit (There but not functional yet.);

· Gel battery mounted in trunk;

· 1-wire alternator;

· Stereo radio with jacks;

· Front disc brakes;

· 10” Cheater slicks;

· Much more.

VIN Number: 124379N709994

VIN Number Decode:

1 Chevrolet

2 Camaro

4 8-Cylinder Engine

37 2-Door Coupe

9 1969 Model Year

N Norwood Assembly Plant

709994 Sequential Number

Body Plate: The Body plate is not present and cannot be found.

I have tried very hard through description, hotos and video to present this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS502 clone honestly and fairly but may have missed something, o feel free to ask questions.

Having said that, sk those questions before bidding and not after the auction ends and you are the winner of this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS502 clone.

Terms of Sale:

This pre-owned vehicle is being sold "as-is, here is" with absolutely no warranties and/or guarantees either expressed or implied. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required at the close of the auction via Paypal. (If you do not have Paypal let me know through eBay ASAP.) The remainder of selling price is due within (5) business days of the auction end. All funds must be in the form of cash, cashier’s check, ertified bank check or wire transfer. If there is no confirmation, he seller has the right to offer the vehicle to other bidders. The buyer is responsible for all transport costs. This auction and your bid/participation in this auction are binding contracts and will be dutifully, awfully enforced.

Seller reserves the right to end the auction early without any liability to the seller.

FYI: There is no Maine title for this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS502 clone as Maine does not issue titles for vehicles that are more than (15) years old. I have sold cars all over the country as well as Canada, ngland, witzerland and Australia and have never had a problem. The car will come with a Bill-of-Sale, he Maine excise/registration form (proving ownership) signed over to the new owner and a copy of the Maine law regarding title exempt vehicles, hich is on a form issued by the Maine Motor Vehicle Department.



On Sep-29-15 at 06:06:50 PDT, eller added the following information:

Just as an update, he newMSD 8360 Pro-Billet Distributorwas installed last night to replace the older 6AL Ignition System and MSD distributor. It makes the 502 run much better. Also, just returned home from having the front end allignment completed on my 1969 Camaro.

On Sep-29-15 at 12:57:22 PDT, eller added the following information:

Just thought I would add three photos of the engine compartment with the 6AL MSD Box gone and theMSD 8360 Pro-Billet Distributor installed.