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1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS
Indianapolis 500 Pace Car
Convertible

History Overview:

The first Camaro was in 1967 and was an immediate hit.  Production topped 220,000 cars the first year, followed by 235,115 for ’68, and 243,100 for ’69.  Camaro was introduced to replace the fading Corvair, and mainly to compete with the incredibly successful Mustang in the burgeoning “ponycar” market.

The Camaro was more than a new Chevrolet: it was a new concept.  Mustang had pointed the way.  Some 81 factory options and 41 dealer installed accessories were offered so the buyer could tailor the car to taste and budget.  The Camaro wasn’t significantly changed in ‘68 or ‘69

Total 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Production:  243,100
Total 1969 Camaro Convertible Production: 17,564

Originally Sold To: N/A
MSRP: $2,940.00

Stock Number C 196

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS
Indianapolis 500 Pace Car
Convertible

VIN Number:  124679N613786
Exterior Color:  White w/Orange Stripes on Hood & Rear Deck
Convertible Top:  White Vinyl
Interior Trim:  Orange & Black Check Cloth &Vinyl
Engine:   396 CID – Chevrolet Turbo-Jet OHV V-8
4-Barrel Carburetor
375 Horsepower
Bore/Stroke: 4.09 X 3.76”

Transmission:  4-Speed Manual w/Console Shift

Equipment:

  • AM Push Button Radio
  • Heater & Defroster
  • Console Gauges
  • Dual Outside Mirrors
  • Power Steering & Brakes
  • Dual Exhaust
  • Chrome Rally Wheels
  • Seat Belts
  • Blackwall Tires w/Raised White Letter

Wheelbase:  108.1-inches
Weight:  3,295 LBS

Stock Number: C 196

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