“After only 50k miles, shes in exceptionnal condition. But as one can understand, "life" still surronded her. So there are very minor nicks and nacks here and there that should be expected but nothing that should prevent any new owner to enjoy or be proud to own such a rare gem. I got first place at beginning of season in the survivor category.... That should say it all!”
Here we go..... I've been pushing this over and over. But time has finally come to make decision and let go of my Pristine 1969 Camaro SURVIVOR. I picked her up years ago, when isold full on "fastest street car" project of mine w/o the mechanicals. It was also 69 Camaro, so had some pretty impressive parts was looking to put into solid body. Thats when came across "Goldie". was going to put my BB chevy and YSI blower in the car but, after "really" realizing how clean and straight/solid she was, my friends started telling me should think this over... And started to really feel the same... Thats how she came to "stay" almost 100% stock. She had 48k miles when got her here from the second owner (previous and first owner's we're women). She now has 50 something years later. The only parts changed on the car we're the carpet, as tought it didnt match the condition of the rest of the interior, and put new sill plates at same time to match (i still have the originals available). also removed the original radio, thinking was gonna open the hole in the dash for an up to date unit, until came to my senses and also, found that nice mounting plate that hides my top of the line Alpine unit. You'll note in the pictures, the hole for the original radio is empty, but the original to the car, and working, radio is included in the sale. The dash pad think has been replaced but cant really be 100% sure. changed the rear shelf to one that has built in grilles (hidden) for the speakers, but again, have and will include the nice original. Thats about it for the interior. The exterior is very nice as you can tell by looking at the pictures. The paint is about 80% original. The front has been repainted due to some stone chips and scratch in parking lot at one point. But no body work or heavy work was ever done from what was told, and can attest by looking the car over with fine comb. (Just to point out, this is my personnal car, dont sell cars proffessionnally in any manner and/but, am pretty serious first generation Camaro "Nut" and got to know them very well over the years as have owned quite few, so, when say she's solid and clean" like to think know what im saying.) The car wears all its original sheetmetal and no patch work has been done on the car. Also, special feature found on the car representing its VERY GOOD and "above general" condition is, the trunk's finish. Yes! The trunk's floor is still showing very well with the "speckle" paint material finish. Something had never come across in all those years at shows and other expos. (Many people restoring Camaro's try to emulate the look of the "speckle paint" and fail, as, even with special "Zolotone" part product, they cant come close to reproducing this special finish that this car still wears very proudly) The sheetmetal is nice and straight and the body lines are crisp. No thick bondo will be found on this car!!! Magnets welcomed!!The only thing the car could use, would be some new wheel opening mouldings, as the original to the car, have seen better days, but have repro set that would come for the new owner to decide if he/she want's to put them on. didnt yet, thinking im keeping her as original as can.The vinyl top is nice and has no scratches or tears/rips and is in perfect condition. The only bumps was able to find on the car are small ones that could easily be removed by paintless repair specialist and was planning to have them done before would have had the car repainted, some day, but beeing so small, they never really we're priority. The motor, trans, diff and every mechanical is, as far as could tell (checked numbers and they match serial) matching to the car and in perfect working order. The exhaust is an Flowmaster American Thunder system with some Walker Mufflers for reduced rumble. The police here, tought it was too noisy so it now has nice, powerfull sounding mufflers that are not too annoying. The A/C al there but the compressor and condenser. Those parts removed when was going to put my Big Block in the car, right before ei came to my senses... have every part, nut and bolt all bagged and tagged for you to put back if desired. Its an easy job of about hours plus the re-fill of the system. also put an aluminum radiator when the orignal had little puncture, but have the #'s matching unit with its tags and all (great core shape, jus needs the hole filled, but had the alum one on hand, and in my mind was gonna do the motor swap so.......But didnt!!!!! Lol!!) The mods made to the car are mainly for comfort and fun and easily reversed to stock. First you have the sound system, then also did "DynaMat" the floor, doors and rear sides top to bottom, firewall, rear firewall and package shelf also top to bottom TWICE, you can say it really "thumps" when door is closed! It makes for solid car, that also sounds solid! Then the most appreciated mod, the fast ratio steering box. This makes the car such joy to drive compared to the old "overassisted" power steering!!! The car now feels like go cart!! Seriously!! And then, finished my little improvements with hockey stick stripe decal on each side as well as set of SS396 repro wheels in sizes 15x6 front and 15x8 rear with 215 and 275 mm wide tires respectively. I guess that this give's you prety good idea of this mint and orignal surviving 1969 Camaro. There are not many left like this today that can attest to an all original/ born with drivetrain, body, interior etc..... That on top of things, still looks and perform this good!!!She reall is rare piece. Oh, forgot!! She even wears the aluminum heatshield protectors around the sparkplugs!!! How's that for original!! These we're about the first things that mechanics ripped out on the first tune up!! Well, not on this cream puff!!! She's been pampered from day one and taken care as we wish lot more cars were for us to find in this condition today. And before let you go, was lucky enough to find 1966 Chevelle from her original owner in about the same condition. And that is the only reason why im contemplating sellng "Goldie".... Sadly, at this moment (one day!!!) i can't keep em all and have to make decision. So, here is my baby, up for your consideration. I hope you like what you see and see what and how special and unique she really is. In trying to get comparative, never was able to get one... there is/ was always point, be it, "ah, yes the cars had 1/4's put on" or "no, sorry, its not the original drivetrain" or again, "yes the floors have some rust but hey just little, they wont need replacing for at least or years" My car dont have that. She's one of kind and hope you'll see that and bid accordingly. Im beeing honest and giving you everything outright, please act the same and bid if only serious. 2000$ deposit by paypal 48 hours from winning auction. Or reserve the right to relist. Car is sold as is, where is. No warranty other than your getting an extremely solid Camaro!!! I reserve the right to end bidding anytime as car is listed localy. This is my first time selling on ebay, so bare with me...... Thanks!!
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