1969 Chevrolet Camaro 425 HP V-8 engine


Description


L72 427/425 HP V-8 engine
4-speed manual transmission
BE-code rear end
Power front disc brakes
Front and rear spoilers
Special ducted cowl hood
Color-keyed steel wheels with dog dish hubcaps
Goodyear Wide Tread tires
Daytona Yellow with Black interior
The code bypassed GM’s displacement restrictions, allowing factory installation of the L72 427/425 HP V-8 engine, as well as the ZL2 special ducted-cowl hood and mandated durability in terms of driveline equipment. Here, that included the Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and 4.10 Positraction 12-bolt BE-code rear end. However, these cars were otherwise non-descript, with the ridged hood and exhaust rumble being the sole things giving away the fact that this was one of the most powerful cars coming from any manufacturer in the world. That said, this car is hardly understated with its Daytona Yellow paint, front chin and rear decklid spoilers, Camaro callout tags, a blue Bowtie emblem centered in the grille and small-diameter chrome exhaust tips. The black interior is all-business, with two front bucket seats, Hurst floor shifter, AM radio and heat and defrost controls. It came with power front disc brakes for obvious reasons, as the COPO package also included the F41 suspension equipment, meaning better brakes and springs. Adding to the car’s spectacular overall appearance are the factory-correct body-matched color-keyed steel wheels with dog-dish hubcaps wearing Goodyear Wide Tread F70-14 tires. Never advertised and briefly reviewed in periodicals, many buyers and even most dealers were unaware these cars could be had
1969 Chevrolet Camaro 425 HP V-8 engine
$ 18,700.00
Used
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L72 427/425 HP V-8 engine
4-speed manual transmission
BE-code rear end
Power front disc brakes
Front and rear spoilers
Special ducted cowl hood
Color-keyed steel wheels with dog dish hubcaps
Goodyear Wide Tread tires
Daytona Yellow with Black interior
The code bypassed GM’s displacement restrictions, allowing factory installation of the L72 427/425 HP V-8 engine, as well as the ZL2 special ducted-cowl hood and mandated durability in terms of driveline equipment. Here, that included the Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and 4.10 Positraction 12-bolt BE-code rear end. However, these cars were otherwise non-descript, with the ridged hood and exhaust rumble being the sole things giving away the fact that this was one of the most powerful cars coming from any manufacturer in the world. That said, this car is hardly understated with its Daytona Yellow paint, front chin and rear decklid spoilers, Camaro callout tags, a blue Bowtie emblem centered in the grille and small-diameter chrome exhaust tips. The black interior is all-business, with two front bucket seats, Hurst floor shifter, AM radio and heat and defrost controls. It came with power front disc brakes for obvious reasons, as the COPO package also included the F41 suspension equipment, meaning better brakes and springs. Adding to the car’s spectacular overall appearance are the factory-correct body-matched color-keyed steel wheels with dog-dish hubcaps wearing Goodyear Wide Tread F70-14 tires. Never advertised and briefly reviewed in periodicals, many buyers and even most dealers were unaware these cars could be had

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Year: 1969
Doors: 2
Mileage: 27861
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Yellow
Vehicle Identification Number: 124379N660606
United States, Washington, Seattle
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