” If you wanted to factory-order 1969’s top-of-the-line Camaro, you had one option: 396 cubic inches of big block Detroit iron! At the top of this coupe’s 375 horsepower mill, a chrome, correctly decaled air cleaner funnels wind into a big 4-barrel carburetor that’s threaded to a familiar Winters intake. At the sides of that intake, spotless chrome valve covers reflect fresh Packard TV R Suppression Wires above aluminum heads and fully restored exhaust manifolds. At the back of those valve covers, a reproduction points distributor rides between a rebuilt wiper motor, a new coil and a fresh Delco Moraine brake booster. And, opposite that distributor, a heavy duty radiator sends coolant around a shrouded fan via reproduction GM hoses and new tower clamps. Naturally, this coupe’s impressive engine bay, comprised of smooth, satin black fenders, correct stamps and new, factory-accurate decals, is clean and 100% detailed. The Chevy Orange block mixes factory smog equipment with a typical array of stainless lines and textured ancillary pieces. And everything, from the car’s modern power steering to its reproduction Delco battery, displays an overall excellent appearance. ”
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