Here’s a nicely-optioned white 1969 Camaro with a 327, automatic transmission with a column shifter, black interior, D90 striping, N66 rally wheels and black vinyl top. Smart looking car for a non-SS. Would be a sweet daily driver.
Was at a car show a few weeks ago and the sun was so bright these pics are off center. But here is an immaculate 1969 big block Camaro Super Sport with the Z22 Rally Sport option. All of that 300+ horsepower was mated to an automatic transmission (probably a turbo-400). Nicely-optioned car with the D90 “hockey stick” striping, the Rally Sport package, a 396 big block, cowl hood, gauge cluster on the console, N66 optional rims and a handsome vinyl roof.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS by Greg Gjerdingen Via Flickr: Thousands of car pictures at the link below:
- Rare Camaro RS
- Azure Turquoise with White vinyl top
- Power steering
- Power windows
- Rosewood tilt steering wheel
- Fold down rear seat
- Deluxe interior with houndstooth seats
- Gauge package and tach
- Vintage dealer add on air conditioning
- Original Rally wheels
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So this girl is similar to the one that stole my heart as a 16 year old boy in 1979. My step dad and I were visiting local used car lots looking for my first car and a lady like this caught my eye and has had my heart in her hands ever since.
1969 Camaro Super Sport with the Rally Sport option, D90 striping, non-functional hood breathers, triple black, rally wheels. The pictured car is a small block 350. The one that stole my heart had a 396 big block, 350 or 375 horsepower mated to a 4-speed and gauges on the console. The only aftermarket product on her was a set of chrome traction bars peeking out from in front of the rear tires.
I wasn’t able to purchase her that day as A) My stepdad said I’d probably get killed in her (and he was probably right) and B) The asking price was $3,500 which was a pretty penny in 1979 for a 16 year old who bagged groceries for a living.