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Used 1969 Chevrolet Camaro 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Yenko 427 12 Bolt Posi PS PDB Disc Brakes Replica 2017 2018

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Condition: Used Year: 1969
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 124379N644276 Mileage: 200
Transmission: Manual Make: Chevrolet
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Model:

Camaro

Vehicle Title: Clear For Sale By: Dealer
Sub Model: RS Doors: 5
Exterior Color: Black VIN: 124379N644276
Interior Color: Black Cylinders: Unspecified

1969 Chevrolet Camaro 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Yenko 427 12 Bolt Posi PS PDB Disc Brakes Replica

4 reviews for Used 1969 Chevrolet Camaro 1969 Chevy Camaro RS Yenko 427 12 Bolt Posi PS PDB Disc Brakes Replica 2017 2018

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  1. Alex AutoScout

    I love my camaro, i will never willingly drive anything else!!!!!! I have not encountered very many problems with my camaro, it is a very reliable vehicle and i trust it more than any other car on the road.

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  2. Alex AutoScout

    I love cars,and i had that exact model car do a burnout in front of me on camera, I absolutely freaked out

    + PROS: small block 427 I think...definitely not a rat engine...
    - CONS: don't like the exhaust sound though
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  3. West Coast Auto Sales Center

    This is what I believe a resto-mod should be. Subtle period correct changes and tastefully modernize the driving experience without taking away the character of the vehicle. Probably the best ’68 Camaro in the world today.

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  4. AutoSource Las Vegas

    For those of you who said it took so long to start, here is the explination. Older cars have mechanical fuel pumps so that have to crank longer to get fuel to the carburetor, especially after they set for a while. And the fuel pump is in the front of the car.

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