In 2005, the vendor procured this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro coupe, which subsequently underwent a meticulous restoration, reaching completion in 2024. The overhaul included the installation of a robust 350ci V8 engine featuring Vortec-spec cylinder heads, a Holley carburetor, and a COMP Cams roller camshaft, all coupled with a four-speed Muncie M20 manual transmission. The vehicle now flaunts a striking red finish with black stripes, complemented by a rejuvenated black interior. It rides on American Racing 15″ Torq Thrust wheels, boasts four-wheel disc brakes, and power-assisted steering. Additional features comprise retractable headlights, chrome bumpers, front and rear spoilers, a Hurst shifter, air conditioning, and a Custom AutoSound head unit paired with Hertz speakers. This Camaro coupe is presented with refurbishment documentation and a Texas title in the seller’s name.

Originally delivered in Garnet Red, the body was re-coated in its current hue of red with dual black stripes in 2023, following the replacement of corroded panels. The exterior is equipped with retractable headlights, dual side mirrors, front and rear spoilers, chrome bumpers, and Z/28 badging.

The American Racing 15″ Torq Thrust wheels are outfitted with 215/65 front and 255/60 rear BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. The car features power steering, with braking handled by power-assisted discs at each corner. The front suspension components were refreshed in 2006, according to the seller.

Inside, the refreshed cabin features front bucket seats and a rear bench with replacement cushions upholstered in black vinyl. New black carpets were installed over spray-on sound-dampening material. A Classic Auto Air climate control system is fitted, alongside a Custom AutoSound Bluetooth head unit linked to Hertz speakers.

The woodgrain-rimmed steering wheel fronts a 140-mph speedometer and an 8k-rpm tachometer, with auxiliary readouts mounted ahead of the Hurst shifter. The five-digit odometer reads 329 miles, though total mileage remains unknown.

The 350ci V8 engine, installed by the seller in 2023, is equipped with a Holley carburetor, Vortec-spec cylinder heads, threaded rocker studs, and a COMP Cams XR270 roller camshaft, lifters, and roller-tip rockers. The wiring harness was replaced, and a CVF Racing serpentine belt system was fitted.

Power is delivered to the rear wheels via a four-speed Muncie M20 manual transmission and a 12-bolt rear end. The seller notes the installation of a McLeod flywheel and an 11″ clutch and pressure plate. The dual exhaust system is fitted with Pypes mufflers.

Decoding the Fisher body tag reveals the following information:

  • Style: 69 12437 – 1969 Camaro coupe
  • Body: NOR282211 – Norwood, Ohio, assembly, body number
  • Trim: 711 – Black standard bucket seats
  • Paint: 52-52 – Garnet Red
  • Build Date: 02D – Fourth week of February build date
  • X44: Base