Sometimes the right Camaro is an affordable SS with a cool color combination and a ton of recent work. This 1969 SS coupe is a unique machine, with its Black Cherry paint and white vinyl top, but underneath it has all the same Camaro hardware that makes these some of the most highly-sought muscle of the era. We have a few pages of receipts on all the recent work done to this car, adding up to more than $15,000. The Black Cherry paint (one of GM''s very best colors, by the way) was applied recently, and while they were at it, a bunch of fresh sheetmetal was installed, including fenders, quarters, and a fresh cowl-induction hood. The result is a very straight F-body with great gaps and a finish that looks a mile deep. White pearl was used to re-create the original SS stripes, and it was all buried under the clear so it has a seamless, custom look. With that Black Cherry finish, the white really pops, especially the white vinyl top, which is a seldom-seen option that actually looks fantastic on this Camaro. There''s also a ton of new chrome and brightwork, including bumpers, wheel well moldings, rocker moldings, and the door handles. A fresh LOF windshield was installed, which carries the proper Soft-Ray tint. The standard black bucket seat interior is anything but ordinary. With fresh seat covers, new door panels, and a restored dash pad, the interior of this Camaro is a great place to spend some time. A new console and ultra-cool horseshoe shifter were added during the restoration, along with all-new weather stripping, so it seals up tightly. All the original gauges remain in place and fully functional, and a modern Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo head unit has been fitted. New wood appliques warm it up a bit, and all the little details you forget during a restoration, from the horn button relay to the door sill plates, have been replaced. The trunk offers correct spatter finish paint, a new mat, and a full-sized spare and jack assembly. The NOM 350 under the hood is actually quite a bit better than the original, featuring a police-spec CMJ 4-bolt block, so it can take some abuse. Nicely detailed with bright Chevy Orange paint and a few original-style chrome bits like the air cleaner and valve covers, it''s exactly how you want your Camaro to look when you pull into the local cruise-in. There are a bunch of new components, including a freshly rebuilt carburetor, a new power steering system, and a set of beautifully restored exhaust manifolds. Underneath, there''s a bulletproof TH400 3-speed automatic transmission feeding a 10-bolt full of 3.08 gears for easy highway cruising. New shocks, a fresh dual exhaust system, and recent 215/70/14 white letter radials round out an awesome package. Cool ''69 Camaros don''t have to cost a fortune, and this fully-sorted hardtop represents an excellent opportunity to pick one up for less than the cost of the build. Call today!