• Location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: COUPE
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 3569
  • VIN: 123379N672481
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 6.0 LS2
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: COUPE
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: --
  • Vehicle Title: Clear


Viva Las Vegas Autos Presents . . . An absolutely intense and stunning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ProTouring Coupe. For those who follow my auctions, you'll know I only sell the best when it comes to desirable classic cars both modern and vintage. For me, when it comes to classic muscle, nothing speaks more to me than one that can be driven. Not just driven to the car shows here and there, but driven because you just feel like you want to...drive it any day of the week for any reason. When it comes to most vintage muscle cars, that ideal is rarely found. Either the car is too original and overly restored to a point that you don’t want to risk driving it daily or in many cases, it’s just not reliable enough to put your mind at ease. Well, the answer that most collectors have found to resolve drivability issues is to simply modify their cars. Some are highly modified and others more simplistically. As you read and view the pictures of this incredible 1969 Camaro, you will see that the highly modified approach was executed perfectly on this build. More importantly, it was obviously done by a builder that knew exactly how to make this car a work of art top to bottom and retain the original essence of the 1969 Era. A build like this is not just a bolt it on in a weekend project. As we go through a detailed build process it’ll astound you at the attention to details we see and disclose and well as what you will be able to see as well. We want you to know what you are getting for your investment and best of all, as it always is, your investment in money and time will be substantially less that what the builder put into this incredible car. Viva Las Vegas Autos Known History . . . The history that we know of with this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ProTouring Coupe is pretty simple. A wealthy local business owner from Las Vegas loves cars. He has a great passion for them in many forms, from the vintage to the modern and everything in between. He buys them to enjoy them and then has me sell them. We also help him to buy unique rides and insure that he buys quality. We met earlier this year and I reviewed the cars he owns and has bought over the last few years. Some I get pretty excited about because I see their quality and know that they are incredible cars. This is one of those exciting cars and I will barely try to retain my enthusiasm over it. It’s that good. So let’s talk more about the car and what is has to offer. Viva Las Vegas Autos Preparations . . . We detailed the car, took pictures and listed it on online. What else did we need to do? Oh yeah, we invited a beautiful model to do one of our photo shoots with the car to catch your attention even more. But trust me, she doesn't come with the car, so don't send me that stupid question asking if she does. Pictures of her with the car do come with the sale. If your wife doesn’t approve, we apologize, this is Vegas and we love to entertain. Our Build Assessment as far as we can determine. . . This car started out life as a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe (Original 6cyl Car) built in the Norwood Plant in Ohio. It is easy to see that the build was a fully dismantled rotisserie build. The body was fully disassembled; media blasted and to bare metal and any and all metal work was preformed to high standards. Welds and finish work is exceptional. The original subframe units both front and rear have been completely replaced with Detroit Speed components. The engineering and installation workmanship of which is superb. Modifications to mini-tub the rear structure of this car are outstanding as well. Visually underneath the car is a car guy’s treat. No expenses were spared and the finish work where most never look is top shelf. Nothing under the car looks less than top level professional workmanship. The body finish of this car is laser straight too. Panel fitment is exceptional. Show quality to say the least. We found a couple chips in the paint that had been touched up but nothing unsightly anywhere on the body. The paint finish quality is also show quality as well. Highly finished with clear-coat over the stripes; you only feel the slightest raise there. The polish of the finish is show quality as well. Doors, trunk and hood open and close like new. No sagging or improper fitment. The functionality of the car is exceptional as well. The car was insulated and it drives with precision. The engine bay again, like the rest of the car speaks volumes. The modified for performance LS2 under the hood is nothing less than a monster. From a single tap of the key, you’ll know you have awakened this monster with a growl. 3 inch Magnaflow exhausts with a crossover are not meant to tame this beast at all. A slight throttle even at 80 miles an hour will awaken your grip for control even though she rides on FAT 345 tires. I have driven many cars in excess of 500hp and I am confident that this LS2 is dumping out more than that with this build. I have not had the car Dyno’d but I would put money on it that I am right. At this point, I believe it would be good just to list out the items we’ve found within this build. Hopefully you won’t get bored with seeing a list that would more than likely execute a six figure build. 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Fully Disassembled – Media Blasted – Pristine Metal & Finish Work Three Stage Paint Clearcoated New Brightwork New Glass New Grill All New Seal, Weather Stripping, Felt & Rubber Pro-Touring Conversion Highly Modified Built GM LS2 6.0L 4L65E Automatic Transmission w/Overdrive Custom Built Transmission w/3500 Stall Converter Energy Suspension Mounts Fast RHS LSXR 102 Intake Texas Speed Camshaft Steel Braided and Coil Braided Lines Throughout Detroit Speed Front Suspension Hydro-Formed Powder Coated Subframe System Detroit Speed Rear Frame with Quadra-Link System Mini-Tubed Rear Under-Body Ford 9 Inch Shortened Rear End Strange 35-Spline Axles with Strange 3.50 Gears Power Brakes Wilwood 13 Inch Front Slotted Rotors w/6 Piston Calipers Wilwood 12 Inch Rear Slotted Rotors w/4 Piston Calipers Forgeline GZ3 Three Piece Wheels 18x8 Fronts/19x12 Rears Bridgestone Potenza 245/45R18 96V Front Tires Bridgestone Potenza 345/35ZR19 110Y Front Tires Shaved and Smoothed Fire Wall Vintage Air System with Chrome Compressor Chrome Altenator March Polished Pulley System Aluminum Radiator Electric Fan Cooling Polished Aluminum Overflow Billet Engine Bay Frame Supports “Chevrolet” Vented Valve Covers Chrome Race Part Solutions Fresh Air Intake Flaming River Steering Conversion MSD Ignition Coil & Wires AutoMeter Tach Adapter Hyperco Coil Over Coils SW Coated Headers Stainless Magnaflow Exhausts & 3” Pipes w/Crossover Aluminum Fuel Tank Modified Oil Pan Carpet Finished Trunk Flush & Frenched Power Antenna Halogen Head Lamps TuckLight LED Fog Lights Cowl Induction Hood Rear Spoiler Full Custom Double Custom Stitched Leather Interior High Back Sport Seats Shoulder Retractable Seatbelts LeCarra Aluminum Leather Steering Wheel Autometer Phantom White Faced Guages Lloyd Carpeted ZL1 Mats Deluxe Wood Console Complete Body/Doors and Floor Insulation Kenwood KDC-158U Sound System Footwell Speaker Pods Optima Red Top Battery