1969 Camaro 327 Numbers matching Factory A/C

  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 75000
  • VIN: 124379N510803
  • Color: Hugger Orange
  • Engine size: 327
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
  • Location: Austin, Arkansas, United States


Up For Sale is my 1969 Camaro (I am the 3rd Owner according to the title work and research). Factory Air (works very well and has been converted to the new refrigerant) numbers matching drive train 327 2 barrel. TH 350 trans and 10 Bolt rear. 15" rally wheels with OEM trim rings and centers. Car was originally a Hugger orange with black vinyl top. The interior is all original aside from the dash pad as far as I can tell. The plastic dash bezel was cut for a cd player but I do have the original radio. The rest of the interior is in great shape. Older paint but looks good. Car runs and drives well. I have replaced the tank to engine fuel line, rear shocks, radiator, factory correct rear shackles and bushings, subframe bushings are polyurethane now, new front bumper, and put factory correct rally wheels on. All lights and buzzers work as they should except the horn which I have not looked into. I bought this car with the intent to keep and drive formyselfbut, an opportunity to buy another car with sentimental value as presenteditself. With that being said I do have a 28,500 or best offer price but, please do not try to get a "deal ofthe century" out of me. Idon't need to sell I just want to and I'd like it to goto a very good home.There are small scratches, dings and dents as it was driven and stored as part of a someones collection before I bough the car. It looks like the trunk seal leaked a touch at some point so under the trunk liner there is some surface rust. Nothing too bad at all. The rear mono leaf's need to have the front bushing replaced as they creak and groan (she's an old lady). Valve seals arestarting to go as well. Itdoesn't smoke terribly but, will puff a touch of blue at a green light on take off. The quarters were skinned when the restoration was done. They look good but the seams are showingin a few place.
The Camaro Isfinanced so my bank (USAA) has the title. A copy can be provided but once paid for USAA automaticallyovernights titles. I have nothing to hide so please ask questions. As always an inspection in person is welcome.
Thanks for looking
No warranties and buyer is responsible for shipping.