1969 Camaro Super Sport L34 396

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport X66

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Trim: Super Sport X66
Year: 1969
Mileage: 83,000
VIN: 124379N681298
Color: Burnished Brown
Engine: 396/350 HP
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: M20 - 4 Speed Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Parchment
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lebanon, New Jersey, United States
Extras
Power Steering
AM/FM Stereo Radio
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1969

1969 Camaro Super Sport
396/350 HP - M-20 4 Speed Transmission - 3:08 Rear Ratio (Original Ratio was 3:55)
Numbers matching, with less than 2000 miles on complete rebuild of engine, transmission, and rear.
Burnished Brown exterior. The car was repainted once in the 80's with lacquer, and very close examination looks to have some smallpatch panels that were nicely installed.There are a few dings, and paint has typical lacquer checking in spots. Overall excellent condition of all body panels, floors, trunk, etc. It appears to have all "born with" body panels.
Parchment interior has original buckets, rear seating and headliner. Door panels, and carpeting do not look original. Drivers seat bottom has a tear. Dash pad previously replaced with dealer OEM unit. An OEM used console was added, gauge package is in nice condition but will need some calibrating. In place of the dash fuelgauge, a 6K redline tachometer was installed when the car had an L89/396. The original engine was professionally rebuilt and reinstalled by a previous owner. Emergency brake works but release rod isdis-attached.Power steering, and an AM/FM stereo radio were added over the years.
Headers were added along with an aftermarket exhaust system. Stewart Warner water temperature, and oil pressuregauges are mounted under the dash.
The rims were stripped, epoxy primed, and painted correct colors on both sides. They have new trim rings, caps and lug nuts. Cooper Cobra P225/70R14 tires were also installed at that time and have less than 150 miles on them.
Unfortunately there is no historical documentation. I was able to get a report from NCRS that gave the build date and dealer. One owner that had the car for over 30 years is alive and well, and would be available to fill you in on many incidentals about the car.
Please note that this is not a restored car, or trailer queen and is still very original and has good bones. With over $10K already invested in thedrive-train,this Camaro can be left as a great driver, or considered for a frame on or frame off restoration with noreservations. In person inspections are welcomed and recommended. Please email with any questions.