1969 Chevrolet Camaro

VIN: 124379
MILEAGE: 6,750 (non_actual)
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Quick Specs

Vin g
VIN
124379
Mileage g
Mileage
6,750
Exterior g
Exterior
Black
Engine g
Engine
383 V8
Transmission g
Transmission
4 Speed Manual
Interior g
Interior
Red

Highlights

  • GM ZZ383 Crate Engine
  • 65cc AFR Aluminum Heads
  • Muncie 4Speed Transmission
  • Hurst Shifter
  • Lakewood Scatter Shield
  • GM 10Bolt Rear End
  • Holley 750 cfm Double Pumper Carburetor
  • MSD Electronic Ignition
  • Digital 6 Box
  • Billet Distributor
  • Nitrous Outlet Plate Style Nitrous System with Purge Solenoid
  • Standalone Fuel System
  • GM Serpentine Belt System
  • Vintage Air Equipped with Electric Heater Control Valve
  • Doug's Ceramic Coated Long Tube Headers
  • 2.5” Pypes and Electronic Cutouts
  • 2 Chamber Flowmaster Mufflers
  • Aluminum Radiator Equipped with Shrouded Electric Fan
  • Dakota Digital Gauges
  • American Racing Torq Thrust staggered 17” & 18” Wheels
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • SubFrame Connectors
  • Rear Traction Bars

Description

This factory X-11 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is powered by a replacement GM ZZ383 Crate Engine with upgraded 65cc AFR aluminum heads mated to a Muncie 4-Speed transmission equipped with a Hurst Shifter and Lakewood scatter shield and a GM 10-Bolt rear end with an unknown gear ratio (3:42 – 3:73).
Additional equipment under the hood includes Holley 750 cfm double pumper carburetor, polished...

This factory X-11 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is powered by a replacement GM ZZ383 Crate Engine with upgraded 65cc AFR aluminum heads mated to a Muncie 4-Speed transmission equipped with a Hurst Shifter and Lakewood scatter shield and a GM 10-Bolt rear end with an unknown gear ratio (3:42 – 3:73).
Additional equipment under the hood includes Holley 750 cfm double pumper carburetor, polished Victor style intake with no markings, full MSD electronic ignition with digital 6 box and billet distributor, nitrous outlet plate style nitrous system with purge solenoid and standalone fuel system, GM serpentine belt system with Vintage Air equipped with upgraded electric heater control valve, Doug's ceramic coated long tube headers equipped with 2.5” Pypes and electronic cutouts along with 2 chamber Flowmaster mufflers and over axle tailpipes, and aluminum radiator equipped with shrouded electric fan. The battery remains in its factory location.
The body left the factory in Garnet Red and was repainted under prior ownership in mirror shine black with painted red Z/28 style stripes with 350SS badging completing the nostalgic exterior appearance. The cabin features front bucket seats and a rear bench upholstered in red vinyl along with color-coordinated door panels and carpets. Dakota Digital speedometer and tachometer gauges are located in the dash flanking the steering wheel while Dakota Digital voltage, temperature, fuel and oil pressure gauges are mounted in the center console.
American Racing Torq Thrust staggered 17” & 18” wheels are finished in polished aluminum and are mounted with Hankook V12 evo tires, 235/45ZR17 in the front & 275/40ZR18 in the rear. Stopping power is provided by power-assisted factory style front disc and rear drum brakes. The suspension consists of factory style stamped steel upper and lower control arms and coil springs along with aftermarket traction bars added to the rear leaf spring suspension and sub-frame connectors have been installed using factory mounting points.
Decoding the Fisher cowl tag reveals the following information:
• ST 69-12437 – 1969 Camaro coupe
• NOR – Assembled in Norwood, Ohio
• 14537 – Body sequence number
• 718 – Red standard vinyl upholstery
• 52 – Garnet Red exterior paint
• 10C – Produced during the third week of October
• X11 – Non-SS, Non-Z28, includes SS350

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