This rare beauty is a documented numbers matching, true to the core 1969 Camaro SS California car. This cars final assembly plant was in Van nuys near Los Angeles, California. This Camaro SS is powered by 396 cubic inch big block Chevrolet with all of the original California smog controls that where required in 1969. This motor was made in the Tonawanda GM engine plant on September fifth. This car has a rare front engine pad VIN which reads T0905JC this is originally a 350 horsepower 1969 Chevelle stamp for a three or four speed car. However it is the original numbers matching engine as the casting number reads 9395440 and the VIN next to the oil filter on the engine reads 9L504277. This engine is backed by a numbers matching Turbo 400 Transmission, VIN reads 79L504277. This car shifts like the day it came off the showroom floor! The trim code for this car is 711, which is black vinyl. This interior is nearly flawless! The paint on this Camaro is the code 72, better known as Hugger Orange! The car was repainted at some point but it looks great still with few blemishes! This car has all of the original sheet metal with no signs of patches, the body on this one is as straight as they come. This car is a great example of what the car would've looked like the day it rolled off the showroom floor. The owner of the car has owned it for five years and has put approximately 20 miles on it in that amount of time. This is a factory A/C car with rear window defrost from factory as well.