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Old 05-03-2017, 03:32 PM
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Decided to let my 1969 Camaro RS/SS L78 car go. I found this car over 15 years ago, and had been in storage since 1981 had a 427 conversion done in late 70's and motor was pulled in 81 and car was parked ever since. Was a deluxe interior car and fold down rear seat (missing). Was ordered new at Appleway Chevrolet Spokane and went to Omak Wa (dry Okanogan Valley) Was ordered code 57 B Fathom Green and then painted code 10 Tuxedo black in 70's and has been a triple black car ever since and shows on old registration. In 1980 a new GM cowl hood was purchased and put on car and still has GM sticker on it. Car was CX T400 console shift with factory RPO-U17 tach and console gauges. No engine, has T400 1969 trans and 3.55 posi12bolt. This is one of the best 1969 Camaro rock solid rust free car I have ever found. $40,000.00 any questions call Mike Kaiser 602-540-3073
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Cool looking project. Love the Keystone Classics on it!

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I think the original block for that car still exists. It was in CA back in 99.
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This car would be an amazing project to bring back to life!
Love the Formula One Super Stock tires- wish Coker or somebody would repro those today. (anyone remember their full page ads with the hot blonde??)
What size are those tires? they fit perfect!
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