- Engine Size
- 396 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
Sales numbers really jumped up in '69, with the Camaro pushing 243,085 units off the lots. Part of the success was due to the refreshed styling, which saw skinnier three-block taillights, two large round headlights pushed all the way to the sides of the grille, a pointier front fascia, and slightly reworked body panels. If the buyer chose the RS trim, the headlights were made flush with the grille, and three stacked slits covered the lights. This was also the first year that variable-ratio power steering became an option. SS trims offered a 300hp 350 V8 or a 375hp 396. Largely considered one of the most beautiful cars of all time, the '69 would later provide direct inspiration for the fifth-gen Camaros.
A fine example of the 1st generation Camaro. This 1969 Camaro is an original X11 350 SS car. This offering is a high-end, older quality restoration that shows a few small stone chips here and there from enjoying the car. Absolutely a stunning car with the burgundy color and orange stripes to the beautiful white interior. All body panels appear to be original and the underside of the car is as nice as the top. The drive train consists of a 396ci 375hp big block, Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and a 12 bolt rear-end. Hurst shifter with line lock. Interior has full SS gauge package with console and a Hurst shifter with line lock.