We frequently talk about nice cars that are built to drive, but very rarely do we get cars that are truly show quality in every way. Well, this 1969 Camaro RS is certainly show quality. Immaculately detailed, brilliantly finished in black and white, and sporting a few tasteful upgrades, it''s the car that pretty much guarantees the other guy a second-place trophy. Give the guys who did the paint job a whole lot of credit, because not only did they create a show-quality paint job, they did it in black AND they did it with single-stage urethane. The honest shine looks far more like the original enamel than the two-stage stuff and you already know how hard it is to build a shiny black car that looks this good. Details like a cowl-induction hood and deck lid spoiler are expected on a car like this, but it also carries RS trim that includes the folding headlights and enables the use of trick LED taillights without losing your back-up lamps. The white stripes are just a little different than the usual SS pattern that most guys use on their cars, and you''ll note that it wraps neatly around the nose and trunk lid for a custom look. Nice chrome bumpers, gill inserts, and wheel lip moldings add a bit of flash on an already very visible car, and all of it works well to create a car that gets more impressive the longer you look at it. The black and white houndstooth interior puts a bit of a spin on a classic look and the white upholstery makes for a brilliant contrast against the black paint. They didn''t go crazy with modifications, instead sticking to what is already a pretty nice setup, including a factory console with accessory gauges. The woodgraining on the dash and console matches the aftermarket steering wheel, so it has an upscale look and reproduction door panels look right and are so white you''ll need sunglasses. The factory speedo and tach are in good condition with crisp markings and bright needles and the AM/FM stereo radio looks pretty stock but powers big 6x9 speakers on the rear package shelf. The immaculately prepped trunk offers a reproduction mat without so much as a wrinkle, as well as a space-saver spare and a jack assembly that was chrome plated just for some extra sparkle. Nice! Look past all the chrome and polished aluminum under the hood and you''ll find a 327 cubic inch V8 that is this car''s original, numbers-matching powerplant. Of course, it''s dressed for show instead of for combat, but that''s perfectly OK when you see the results. The cowl-induction air cleaner is fully functional, and everything from the deck surfaces on up has been chromed or painted Chevy Orange to really sparkle against the black inner fenders. Everything you can see or touch is new and when you pop the hood, there will be no question who should be taking home the big trophy. Underneath, it''s the same deal, with a highly detailed chassis that shows almost no signs of use. The 4-speed manual is probably entertaining on the road, but the car''s so nice you may never find out, and it does have a great sound thanks to a set of long-tube headers and a trick stainless muffler. White floors highlight the detailing for a very cool twist, and there''s a disc brake behind each of those 18-inch Foose alloy wheels. Impressive at every possible level, this cool Camaro breaks out of the mold that you see at all the shows and delivers a roundhouse kick to all the garden-variety F-bodies out there. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.