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While similar to the 1968 Camaro in appearance, the 1969 Camaro brought a new level of power to the automotive world. Engines were available in a wide range of performance, from a 307-ci, 200-horsepower small block to a pace car replica with a 427-ci, 525-horsepower big block.
Although not the owner of the strongest engine of the year, the 1969 Camaro RS/SS 396 Indy 500 convertible pace car has become among the most collected cars of all time. Few exact replicas of the pace car were made with the 375-horsepower engines, but many replicas were made with a 350-powered, 300-horsepower engines. These machines could go from 0 to 60 in 7 seconds, and take the quarter mile in just 15.
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Chevrolet Camaro Questions
What Is The Value Range Of My Parents 1969 Canary Yellow Camaro Convertible...
307 v8. Auto. Original sticker and papers. Slight superficial rust on side passenger door panel crease. Recent softball size dent on right front fender - appears that it was in parking lot acciden...
What Is The Best Place To Buy Tires And Rims For A 69 Camaro
i want wide in the rear, and a little narrow in the front
How Much Is A Good 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Worth, And How Is Gas To The Mile?...
im 14 turning 15 an i really want a 1969 chevrolet camaro, and i think it's around $45,000? an my parents said maybe but hows the gas too?
Did Any 1969 Rs Camaro's W/ 327 Engine And Auto Trans Carry The Rs/ss Desig...
Hood Stacks, Retractable Headlamps, Full Interior package, Air, Gauges, Electric Window, 8 track player? I was told it was a RS/SS, although I am not sure that it is.
Did They Build A 69 Camaro With A 396 And Rs Package
I am unsuccessfully looking for a 69 with a 396, that has the hideaways, center gauge console, auto tranny. I understand that the 396 was only ss? And the RS package had the hideaways and gauges?...