When Paul got this 1969 Camaro in his senior year of high school, most other students didn’t even know what it was.
It wasn’t all that long ago and most of them associated hot rods with “tuner cars”. This Camaro was driven almost daily to school, work, and even on prom night.
It is a true RS and had numbers matching 327 small block, TH350, and the entire original interior in dark blue. Other options include a factory console with gauges along with a tach and clock.
In the last 5 years, a worked over 355 inch motor was transplanted where the 327 used to lurk along with a full exhaust system, including long tube headers which let the new engine breathe a little easier. Of course, the 327 is still safe and sound in the garage!
Then college happened and the Camaro spent a lot more time in the garage where much of the trim was replaced along with new PUI door panels. It is still driven on every opportunity that arises.
We bring it to a lot of shows but this Camaro is no trailer queen. It is driven and enjoyed to the fullest just as it was meant to be! Who says youngin’s like Paul aren’t interested in our classic muscle cars?