Considered among the Holy Grail of Camaro's, the L-89 optioned '69 Camaro would set buyers back an extra $710.95 to check the 375HP L89 optioned aluminum-head 396. Only 311 buyers opted for this expensive engine option, hence the rarity. This grossly-underrated big block engine was very similar to the 425HP 396 offered in 1965. Bred for racing, these engines featured 11:1 compression, forged internals, a solid lift valvetrain, and special Winter's casted rectangle-port aluminum cylinder heads, aluminum intake and special Holley carburetor. With a savings of over 50 lbs over the front end, these were a hit at NHRA events and an L89 Camaro is easily a 13 second quarter mile car at 100mph+ on street tires. This 1969 Camaro is 1 of the 311 produced, ordered in Tuxedo Black with Hockey Stripes & Ivory White Interior. Options include Power Disc Brakes and Power Steering. Due to the high revving and powerful nature of these cars, you couldn't order air conditioning. Additional options include a center console & gauge package, X-22 SS 396 style group, and factory tachometer with raised redline.
This amazing American Muscle Car is currently on public display and for sale at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas 214-905-1022
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