**PLEASE READ** I am selling my gorgeous 69 Camaro SS. This car comes with its numbers-matching 350 and the numbers-matching th350 auto transmission. The engine was rebuilt to stock specs and is sitting on a floor stand to preserve it. This SS Camaro is a wolf in sheep's clothing. In the beautifully restored engine bay sits a Nye's Racing 434 cu in small block based on a new Dart Little M block with all forged internals, a solid roller racing cam from Comp Cams, a set of cnc AFR 220 eliminator cylinder heads all coming together with the JE forged pistons for a race fuel running 13:1 compression monster. Check Nye's Automotive website and look for the 434 racing engine specs to get an idea of the power this car has. It has March underdrive pulleys and brackets and is topped off with a Quick Fuel 850 carb (I am at altitude so a smaller carb is being used). The original th350 is in the car but has been built to handle the power of this Camaro. It has a driveshaft loop, Lakewood Racing u-joints, an upgraded gforce transmission crossmember (original is included) with poly transmission mount, a set of solid subframe/body bushings, solid motor mounts (originals are included) and subframe connectors reducing twist and sending all that power to the 12 bolt rear. The 12-bolt rear leaf perches and original multi leaf springs are included as well. That 12 bolt differential is filled with Moser Racing axles, a gen 4 posi, a Moser Racing differential cap and a set of 4.10 gears. The car has a full 2.5 inch exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers. The exhaust is mandrel bent so there are no kinks or pinch spots. It does have the factory 3/8" fuel line and the return line in place and working. This is an SS Camaro that isn't fooling around. Even more good news is that I kept all of the original parts that came off of the car. The air conditioning suitcase and parts, all power steering pieces, power brake booster and master cylinder, original console body, original gen 3 Eaton posi and original GM 3.31 gears, the front disc rotors ( I upgraded to slotted rotors). This is a factory power disc brake car. The original radiator and so much more is there and goes with the car. This Camaro has 706 miles on the complete mechanical restoration including steering, suspension, engine, transmission, most wiring, lighting, rear diff, etc. The car is sorted and is ready to go. It has won trophies at local shows and it is truly a beautiful 69 Camaro. There is simply too much to list here. This is not an inexpensive Camaro but you get what you pay for and it can be yours for substantially less than I have into it. It will not disappoint. I also have this car for sale locally and elsewhere and as a result, I reserve the right to end the auction at any time if the car is no longer available.