1969 muscle car Camaro street rod,trade for galaxie fury DeVille Impala crew cab

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Year: 1969
Mileage: 4,000
VIN: 1969E355T400
Color: Black
Engine: V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Cambridge, Maryland, United States
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1969

1969 Camaro, everything has 3500 miles.$23,000 or trade for square body crew cab 4x4, 67-68 fury fast top, 67 galaxie, 65-67 Impala 66-68 coupe DeVille. Need a bigger car for bigger family
Body areas I cut out and welded new metal into: partial LF floor, partial RR floor, small section or rear wheel opening and lower quarters. Left lower corner of firewall. The rest of the body was solid.
The front body panels are fiberglass. Individual panels not one piece.
All suspension bushings front and rear have been replaced with, 2" drop springs and 2" drop spindles. Rear 2" lowering blocks. Front disc brakes rear drums, all new gm parts. Stainless brake lines, Detroit speed master and booster. Chassis was wire brushed and undercoated, frame painted with POR 15. Urathane body bushings. 15 gallon fuel cell, -08 AN aluminum fuel line. Electric fuel pump. 18" steel 2012 Camaro wheels.
450+/- HP 355 cid, TH400, 12 bolt 3.73 limited slip.
Painless wiring full harness, Auto meter gauges, dual cooling fans, Griffith big block radiator. Keyless entry
I have done restorations for customers for 12 years and all the cars are always shiny and chrome and leather, so when I did mine I did it different. Body is satin black, roof is a vinyl top look(spray on), all the chrome and trim is hammered gray finish. The interior is industrial ribbed carpet, upholstered dash, Carhartt material used for seats.
I had a 8pt roll bar but in order to fit car seats in the rear I cut the trunk bars and shoulder bar. I have not decided yet to bend new trunk bars higher or cut the whole thing out.
Only flaws are the side glass got sand blasting over spray along the bottom and the cowl only got 2 coats of paint and the rest got 3.
Email me info@customautofabrication.com