” The lines of the ‘69 Camaro are recognizable to almost any auto enthusiast. Take that classic shape, douse it in a strong color and you’re on your way to a show-stopper. While very few of the 18 colors GM offered on the 1969 Camaro could qualify as “high impact” in the Mopar sense, GM code 79 Rally Green is definitely a contender. When applied to a remarkably straight body like this one, the results are impressive. The paintwork is smooth, even and most certainly shows better than anything technology allowed while this car was on the Los Angeles asembly line. Accented by twin white rally stripes, the car retains all the edge of the Z/28 package, but seems a little more spirited than others for its bright paintwork. The white vinyl top further separates this car from the pack and looks great next to stripes. Panel fitment is significantly better than anything the factory offered while the overall look remains stock.
At the front of the car, hidden headlights hang above a show-quality front bumper. Below, factory fresh marker lights are centered above a D80 front spoiler. Above the grille, a classic “Camaro by Chevrolet” emblem sits on the driver’s side of the header panel in front of an optional ZL2 cowl induction hood with white inlayed “302” emblems. At the sides, front fender-mounted marker lights sit next to red and chrome “Z/28” emblems which are aligned with chrome “Camaro” scripts just behind the front tires. Further back, pristine chrome door handles sit below a correct D33 optional remote controlled driver’s side mirror and smooth drip rails. At the back of the car, a correct optional D80 rear decklid spoiler carries correctly stenciled stripes to its bottom edge and lines up perfectly above showroom quality tail lights. Further down, a mirror-like chrome bumper wraps around the corners of the car to marker lights and features vertical bumper guards centered below another pristine red and chrome “Z/28” emblem. ”
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