We sell a lot of 1969 Camaros here at Streetside Classics, but the ones that are by far the most popular are those like this SS hardtop with a brutal 383 stroker motor under the hood. It combines all the virtues of the stock Camaro (good looks, a classic stance, and a great interior) with enough horsepower to make it a genuine threat on the street, even in today''s world of 500 horsepower factory muscle. Finished in its original Lemans Blue, this SS coupe definitely looks the part of your favorite Camaro. It was popular in 1969, too, and it''s easy to see why because it''s flashy enough to justify its use on a Camaro, but it isn''t a police magnet, either. Applied over some very nicely done bodywork, the car looks sensational when you roll to a stop at a red light, and with the rumble coming from under the hood, there aren''t going to be many guys trying to give this Camaro a run. White hockey stick stripes are my personal favorite on an early F-body, and I especially like how they surround the ''350'' badges on the front fenders of a ''69 like this. A cowl-induction hood, chin spoiler, and ducktail spoiler all give it that classic Camaro look and with options like the bright wheel well moldings, gill trim, and bumper guards, it really sparkles. That bright white interior complements the Lemans Blue paint quite well, and everything is so new that you''re going to think twice about climbing in without first brushing yourself off because it''s ultra clean in there. New seat covers replicate the factory stuff, including the mandatory-for-1969 headrests, plus new carpets and door panels to complete the look. The instrument panel includes a factory tach in the dash, as well as a set of auxiliary gauges on the center console. Hurst supplied the shifter for the 4-speed, complete with white shifter knob (AKA cue ball), and the original AM radio remains in the dash. Clearly built for speed, this F-body is light on options, but the stuff you need to make the most of its performance is all there, making this car special indeed. Perhaps the woodgrained steering wheel is a touch of luxury, but it looks so good nobody will ever complain. It also sports a tidy trunk with no stories, as it has spent its entire life in the warm, dry southern US. While it technically counts as a small block, the built 383 cubic inch stroker motor makes big block torque without the weight. Aluminum heads help even more, making this Camaro as agile in corners as it is potent in the straights. Beautifully finished to show off its performance credentials, it features a chrome air cleaner atop a Holley double-pumper, a pair of Chevrolet valve covers, and an MSD ignition system to light it up. Power steering and brakes are, of course, included. Long-tube headers flow into an oversized exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers, so it definitely doesn''t sneak around when you turn the key. A 12-bolt rear with 4.11 gears inside means that this sucker is outrageously fast off the line, and the fat 225/60/15 BFG radials do their best to hook it up. There''s a reason these cars are so popular, and this one has the right color, the right stance, and the right powerplant to make it an extremely hot property. Don''t delay, call now! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.