Here is a very nice classic 1969. Slight resto mod. Nothing over the top but I didn't want to build just another " clone " or " tribute " car. This is a frame on restoration. There are still a few details to taken care of on this car but I have a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a different project so sadly I have to sell this car. Bodywork and Paint The car was taken down to bare metel to properly take care of the body work. Some of the body seams were reworked and properly filled in ( not with bondo). The seams below the rear window, the seams around the front end of the car, above and below the grille. The front side markers were removed, filled in and relocated. They were also switched to 1968 side markers. I didnt the like long skinny 69 style markers. The front bumper was also reworked. I had the " horns " removed and rechromed. The car is painted a slight variation of Atomic Orange and finished off with some nice gray stripes. The rear spoiler was also reworked. It blends nicely in to the trunk deck lid. The rear lights are Marquez Design billet and I smoked the rear lenses. The bright red lenses didn't look good against the Atomic Orange. The smoked lenses play off the tinted windows nicely. Wheels are nice set of stock rally wheels. 15's in the rear mounted with Cooper Cobra Radial GT 245/60/15. On the front are 14" wheels on Coopers 225/70/14 with 2 inch drop spindles. Engine and Mechanical The 307 that was in the car was pulled and rebuilt to retain the originality. It was bored out .20 over. It has a mild RV cam, intake manifold was ported and polished. Holley 750 double pumper. The belt system was changed over to a serpentine belt drive system. Along with the serpentine setup comes an A/C pump but its not hooked up. The car was equiped with factory A/C but it wasn't able to be saved. Nice old school Holley valve covers. The alternator was taken apart, polished just enough to add a little shine, then reassembled. A nice billet spark plug wire harness keeps the wires out of the way and safe. Hooker Headers wrap around the Saginaw gearbox. Billet transmission dipstick. Optima Yellow Top Battery. Electric fan to help keep the engine cool. New gas tank. Dual exhaust that sounds awesome. The car still needs a few details to totally complete the car. Windshield wiper motor, wipers, fuel sending unit and weather stripping for upper window frame ( sorry, i dont know the technical name of that part) will just about wrap up the remaining details. The radio does not work but I just use my Big Jambox bluetooth speaker and play music from my phone, plenty loud enough. No speaker holes cut into anything. This is a fresh restoration. I barely have over 500 miles on the car since the restoration and just changed the braek in oil. If this car doesnt sell, I will be taking care of all the little details left and then take the car to Barrett-Jackson or Mecum. This camaro might not make it

Year:  1994
Miles:  45 000 - 49 999
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel: Gasoline
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