LMC is proud to offer this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Touring for sale.
The first-generation Chevrolet Camaro has become one of, if not the most, popular platform for high-end Pro Touring and muscle car builds, and with good reason. Its timeless good looks and strong stock performance make it an ideal platform from which to build a high-performance street and track machine. But even in that crowded field, this Camaro stands out.
Starting with the exterior, this car is simply fantastic to look at. The show quality GM Admiral Blue metallic paint covers a laser-straight body. The car has been outfitted with some with factory GM body components including an SS hood and RS headlight assembly. The Rally Sport headlights have been retrofitted with Detroit Speed headlight kit which converts the headlight motors to electric instead of vacuum which operates the headlight doors more reliably, smoother and without the complicated and bulky vacuum accessories. All of the chrome has been removed from this car; all trim is either body-coloured, black, or metallic dark grey. Speaking of trim, the astute observer will note that this Camaro does not feature any window trim -- rather, it has been fitted with Fesler flush mounted windows all around. While a subtle change, it really helps to bring out the timeless lines of the Camaro. Ringbrothers curved door handles and rear spoiler finish off the exterior.
Opening the hood reveals an ultra-clean engine bay housing an LS3 fortified with a high-performance camshaft. This lightweight, all-aluminum small block retains its stock intake manifold and electronic fuel injection making for quick, trouble-free starts every time. An color-coordinated engine cover tops it off while a power steering pump and Vintage Air A/C compressor keep it company. Due to modern fuel injection, the car starts very well and sounds terrific at idle. This modern powerplant is backed by a 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, with gears selected via the stock "horseshoe" style shifter.
Moving from the top of the car to the bottom, you will find that this Camaro keeps its shiny side up with the addition of Detroit Speed suspension. These parts offer massive improvements in both straight-line traction and cornering grip over the stock 1969 geometry. Same goes for the brakes, which have been upgraded to mammoth Wilwood discs at all four corners. That said, the best drivetrain and suspension parts in the world are useless without the wheels and tires to match; luckily this Camaro wears sticky modern radial tires wrapped around sophisticated Forgiato wheels. Rest assured that this Camaro will turn and stop just as well as it goes.
All of this power and grip is managed from the comfort of a very well-appointed cabin. The front and rear seats are of course black leather and are supremely comfortable, while a tasteful Billet Specialties steering wheel connects you to the road. The Camaro retains a largely stock dashboard layout, however its stock gauges have been replaced with futuristic Dakota Digital gauges. If things get a little too hot to handle, a flick of a switch will send ice-cold conditioned air flowing your way thanks to a Vintage Air A/C unit. This Camaro really does have it all.
If you are looking for that perfect balance between vintage class, modern performance, and updated style and amenities, all wrapped up in a stunning package ready to be driven every day, then this Camaro is for you.