1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Inspired by the success of Ford’s Mustang, Chevrolet launched its pony car, the Camaro, in 1967.

By 1969 a large range of engine sizes, performance options and gearing choices were available. At the high end were the Yenko Camaros with the L72 427 ci engine producing 13.1 sec ¼ mile performance, and the much more rare factory Camaro ZL1, a 427 ci engine (set in the SS396 F41 suspension) having aluminum block and heads and turning 11.6 second quarter miles.

This Camaro body style was a new look for 1969. The formerly smooth-sided body was now more highly sculpted. The basic Super Sport model came with a 327 cid engine.

ACM's 1969 Camaro is in the middle of the power range: a 350 ci, 300 hp unit with four-speed transmission and the deluxe interior package. This car has traveled about 5000 miles since restoration. The color is the original “Hugger” orange.

Year: 1969
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro SS
Style: 2 Door Hardtop

Serial No: 124379N661040
Odometer: 11225
Engine Cyl: V8
Engine Size: 350 cid
Engine HP: 300
Trans: Automatic