1969 Camaro Gunmetal #'s Match Motor Included Also A 355 In Car*************** on 2040cars
Vancouver, Washington, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: auto
Sub Model: 355
Number of Doors: 2
Exterior Color: Gunmetal Gray
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Interior Color: Red
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
DARK FLINT GREY ( GUNMETAL)
New trans (350 with less then 70 miles)
New plug wires
New wheels/tires (BOSS 383, 20 in back 18 in front)
New edlebrock 600 carb
New edlebrock air cleaner
New thermostat housing/thermostat
New heater core
New sway bar bushings
New body bushings
New ignition switch
New 2inch cowl hood (have original hood too plus body is all original)
New exhaust (2.5 inch with big dawg mufflers , sounds great)
New rearview mirror
New power steering hoses
New headliner dome light
New dash pad
Original bucket/rear bench seat ( reupholstered )
New wiper switch
New fluid sprayers ( never even sprayed through.
New cowl rubber
New blinker arm
New fuel line
New edlebrock fuel filter and fuel rail
355 with Kieth Black pistons, dart heads,dart intake,scorpion lifters 1.6,1.5
lunati valves,hardened push rods, etc,etc (have blue prints showing around $6k in motor
New 2300 B&M torque converter
Moroso 7qt oil pan
factory original GM manifolds/altenator/harness/voltage regulator
CAMARO WAS IN STORAGE SINCE 1989 , ALL I CAN FIND IS ONE OWNER ON IT.
Body work was started from metal. Has been stick blocked 4 times!
Very minimul areas of rust prior to restoration , all was cut out and replaced with new sheet metal,NOT PILES OF BONDO!
I did document the whole restoration and have pics from start to finish.
Numerous of reciepts and hundreds of hours invested in this car
NUMBERS MATCHING 307 INCLUDED IN THIS DEAL - 307 HAS ALL OEM PARTS FROM 1969
======possible TRADE ======LET ME KNOW.
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