This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro has a terrific black and gold look…

… a Hollywood connection, and the ultra-low odometer is even believed to reflect the car’s actual mileage. So the appeal goes far beyond the already alluring thought of owning an iconic V8-powered drop-top classic.

The trim tag indicates this is wearing its factory-correct code-65 Olympic Gold. It was given a modern and professional clearcoat respray later in life, and the body panels are quite nice, so that it can really show off its precious metal look. Plus, all your favorite details are looking good, like the bright chrome bumpers, dual exhaust tips, and a full-width rear spoiler. There are even nice touches that makes this one stand out even more, like new headlights and the gold-painted steelies behind the Rally wheel trim. So the car has a quality look that will attract attention, and that’s when you get to mention the car’s celebrity connection. We were told that this was used in the production of the 1999 movie Outside Providence.

The black roof has a timelessly appealing look against all that gold paint, and with just a flip of a switch, it folds back to reveal an equally deep and dark presentation on the full black interior. The seats, door panels, and carpeting all have the look of quality. We especially like the details, including the classic wood-like paneling, bright trim, and button-top presentation in the seatbacks. It’s a great look that was meant to be enjoyed. That’s why you also have upgrades like the Retrosound AM/FM stereo and the AutoMeter Pro-Comp auxiliary gauges that let you get a full view of what’s going on under the hood.

A casual glance at the engine bay may just have some people thinking you have the original powerplant. But this is actually an upgraded 350 cubic-inch V8 package that includes a Demon four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock aluminum intake. That adds extra power and more rumble to the dual exhaust. Even with added power, this Camaro was built to be a cruiser. That’s why you have the Powerglide automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with discs up front. The whole package makes for a solid driving and head-turning classic.

Price: $44,995

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