The images displayed here are a tribute to the 1969 Chevy Chevelle SS 396 and has been painstakingly restored to look like the Chevelle SS 396 when it rolled off the assembly line. The car is complete with all the appropriate options available at that time-including an eight track tape deck.
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The Camaro is on the GM "F" body platform and sold as a two door Coupe or Convertible-starting in the 1966 model year. The 1969 is the last year of this first generation Camaro and either body style could be ordered as a basic, Super Sport (SS) or the Rally Sport (RS) trim option. The full arsenal of Chevrolet large and small block engines from, the economical 230 cu in six to the 427 cu in (7.0 L) V8, will fit under the hood of the rear wheel drive Camaro.
our thanks to Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here
Higher insurance rates for all the high powered muscle cars in 1970 are the main reason Roadrunner sales declined by more than 50%. There were around 41,000 units produced in '70 including 834 convertibles. Only three units of the soft top "R"code (Hemi) Roadrunner left the factory in 1970, which includes the one unit sent to Canada.
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