1969 Chevy Camaro

When it was introduced, the 1969 Chevy Camaro was unlike any other muscle car or sports car at that time. Chevrolet understood Americas need back then for style and power, offered at a lower price point.

The Camaro had the long, lean look of its sports car cousin, the Corvette. It had the Corvette muscle too, with a 210-hp 327 V8 standard. Other V8’s available to order ran all the way up to a 325-hp Tubo-Jet 396.

Someone looking for a lot of muscle in their Camaro could also purchase the1969 Camaro SS. The SS was so popular it had been chosen the Pace Car for the Indy 500 multiple times. The engine choices started with a 300-hp 350 V8 and worked their way up from there. The SS also came with a special intake hood that, during acceleration, would gulp huge amounts of air to the engine increasing the power.

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