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1969 Camaro Rally Sport

Sold!

Real Deal Rally Sport
Restoration Project!
Excellent Running 350 Cubic Inch V8
Automatic Transmission
Power Steering
Lots of New Parts Included




 

    

Make no mistake, this is a project car. It runs, it lot drives and has limited brakes. It is not ready for the street without some elbow grease and some parts. However, what it lacks in mechanical it makes up for with pedigree. Being a Rally Sport is a rare deal. This one has the hide-a-way headlights and separate back up light housings in the rear valance, the backup lights still function properly too!

The body on this '69 needs some love. With rust typical of the breed in all the normal places, a body restoration will be a varsity level endeavor. Plan on touching about every panel on this car. However, included with the car is a new cowl hood, trunk lid, spoiler, filler panel, core support, grill surround and more.

Inside this car has the desirable bucket seat/console shift set-up. Obviously it will need a restoration inside but it looks like the pieces are all there. 

Under the hood lives a '72 350 that appears to have fairly low miles on the rebuild. This one has sat and there is some oil seaps. The bottom side view reveals a pretty clean engine, barely dirty from use, brass freeze plugs and clean edged gaskets. The engine fire up easily and sounds healthy. The transmission goes into gear quickly in both reverse or drive. We haven't driven it on the street as the brakes need to be rebuilt prior to any driving. The power steering works easily. The rear end is a 10 bolt, not sure if its a posi.



Please call us at 360 863 2241 or email mainlymusclecars@gmail.com with questions!


VIN: 124379L5O3334

 
For Washington State residents only, A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.