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Look at the lines on that '69. You know, I was never a big Camaro fan, but this year Camaro and the subsequent two years to follow were my most favorite. The one pictures here in its pretty much stock form has beautiful sweeping lines and curves, and the bigger tires and wheels, surprisingly enhance its appearance. Some one did a nice job with this one.
When I got my drivers license, I really digged the late 60's style muscle cars. Never owned a 67-70 camaro, whis i bought one at that time as the where availeble for a decent price at that time ( with the knowledge of today that is ) Now they are always High (maybe even over)priced and hard(er) to get. This one really is a beauty indeed.
In 1972 I bought my first Dodge Charger. It was a used car, and I bought it off a used car lot. It was a '69 and I remember paying $2200 USD for it. It was quite the muscle car, well at least for me. It was equipped from the factory with a 383 CID engine with a four barrel thermoquad carburetor. It had the Dana 60 posi-traction rear end that hooked to a four speed manual transmission. I had some great times with that car. Perhaps too great. I lost my license TWICE because of its wild horse power and the sound it made when you engaged the thing spiritedly. I sold it after I lost my privilege to drive the second time. To this day I regret doing that. But that was then. I was young and a bit naive. If I should ever find another Charge of that vintage again that I can foreseeably afford I will not let it slip away. But I have my doubts, and it been almost 50 years since I gave (at the price I let it go for) away my baby.
Can Imagine That For Sure JS! Wish We Had a Glass Bowl / Could Look Into The Future huh ;-). Well Anyway... You got The Memories of owning one! Thats Not What All Can Say, #metoo 😉