1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Modified LS3 6-Speed
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Final bid:$47,000
Categories: Non-Porsche
Auction type: ReserveEnded
5 bids, 20 comments

Vehicle Details


  • Year: 1969
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • VIN: 124379N669383
  • Mileage: 1,565mi (TMU)
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Title Status: Clean
  • Color: Nardo Grey
  • Seller Type: Private Party
  • Location: Johnston, RI 02919
  • Lot #: V-0042907

Renowned for its classic design, robust powertrain options, and cultural importance within the golden age of American muscle cars, the first-generation Chevrolet Camaro debuted in 1966. This 1969 SS example is finished in Nardo Grey over a new black houndstooth interior and has undergone a resto-modification process that, in addition to the interior, includes a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine mated to a 6-speed Tremec manual transmission, 19” Ferrada wheels, QA1 and CPP suspension components, custom audio, Vintage air, and more. This 1969 Camaro is said by the seller to have been first built in California to race before being rebuilt as a show-worthy streetcar. It is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Rhode Island.

Finished in Nardo Grey, this Camaro features black trim that extends to the Chevrolet Bowtie, front headlight surrounds, front spoiler, Camaro and SS badging, hood louvers, mirrors, door handles, as well as side grilles & marker surrounds, and rear taillight surrounds. Red Wilwood brake calipers sit behind 19” Ferrada wheels and additional details include Mini tubs, paint-matched front & rear bumpers, new headlights, and fog lights. The seller notes that the car was recently wet-sanded and buffed. Detailed images are provided in the gallery.

Inside, the cabin features Black houndstooth upholstery with a custom audio system that features Bluetooth connectivity, as well as 6x5 front speakers and 6x9 rear speakers. Equipment includes a black shifter, a split triple-spoke SS-badged steering wheel, a Vintage air conditioning system, as well as a custom dashboard with silver-framed, black-faced Autometer Cobalt illuminated gauges that show speed, RPM, water temperature, oil pressure, voltage, and fuel level. The seller reports that a battery kill switch has been mounted in the trunk and that the windshield wiper motor needs replacement, though all other gauges, electronics, and accessories are said to function properly.

This Camaro has been equipped with a modified 6.2-liter Chevrolet LS3 V8 engine mated to a 6-speed Tremec manual transmission that features a trunk-mounted battery kill-switch, stainless steel long tube headers, a Borla stainless steel dual exhaust, a narrowed 3:73 Currie 9-inch rear axle, and adjustable rear traction links. Additional equipment includes QA1 adjustable coilovers, QA1 adjustable rear shocks, CPP upper and lower A arms, and a CPP 1 1/8th front sway bar. Stopping power comes from Wilwood 12.1-disc brakes front and rear. The seller reports that the engine produces 525 HP and to have recently replaced all fluids.

This sale will include a clean title.

 

The seller would like you to know: “This car is not a sema car. It's a fun driver in excellent condition and you can't drive down the road without people thumbs-upping you or stopping to talk to you. When you pull into a show, you'll have people circling the car. You'll be proudly pulling up in this bad boy. The car wasn't dyno'd but I was told that the motor produces 525hp. I hope it goes to a good owner who takes good care of it.”

  

Auction Results

  • Highest Bid: $47,000
  • Auction End: May 17, 2024 07:21:22PM UTC
  • Number of Bids: 5
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