This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is a sleek and dark machine that’s instantly attractive.

But while the full midnight package makes this the aggressor, you’ll also discover that there have been a ton of fresh investments in quality. So you get to enjoy the enhanced V8 power from the comfort of a leather-lined A/C interior.

A sleek black is always a desirable look on a classic sports car, but not all of them can pull it off. So the high gloss finish here is not only an instant sign of an aggressive Camaro, but also a solid investment in creating a stunning machine. And the straightness of the body panels reinforces this quality attitude. On a car this dark, the brightwork makes for a nice contrast. Especially when the bumpers have a mirror-like shine and they paid attention to details – right down to the trim surrounding the blackout grille. The hood velocity stacks, fog lights, and D80 rear spoiler are classic performance elements that give this some SS-style flair. And the Foose 18-inch chrome wheels tie together this full package of shine and power. So this one looks like a true classic with a little something extra, and that attitude is carried throughout the rest of the car.

The black interior continues the car’s mean and dark appearance, but once inside, what you really notice is the level of comfort. The new dash pad, door panels, headliner, and carpeting give a fresh feeling to this classic coupe. And the seats may have a vintage button-top look, but they are new pieces finished in a supple leather. The front buckets even have modern bolstering for better long haul comfort. In fact, this one really does want to be an all-day cruiser with handy features like power windows and cold blowing air conditioning. You get the best in classic elements, including the horseshoe shifter in the center console, grippy steering wheel, plenty of wood-like trim, and even the backlit for the gauges is working correctly.

Under the hood is a tidy presentation of the 350 cubic-inch motor. The components look fresh, the inner walls are clean, and there are upgraded polished supports. Even the motor is a nicely detailed package where you not only get the bold Chevy orange on the block and cast valve covers, but also little things like the pulleys and brackets. More than just stylish, this V8 was upgraded for power, too. It includes an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor w/electronic choke, Weiand intake, and long tube headers feeding the 2.5-inch dual exhaust pipes. So it’s a Camaro with power, and a terrific rumble to announce it.


Location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States

Seller: streetsideclassiccars

Price: $57,995 <- check here if it's still available

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Originally listed on February 22, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.