You Could Own This Unique Low-Mileage Chevy Camaro RS SS

Jul 15, 2019

Category: Rides

In 1969, despite being built during the height of the pony car craze, Chevy only manufactured 311 L89-powered Camaros. Of those, even fewer were done up in ‘Rallye Green.’ And fewer still were equipped with either the RS or SS options. The one you see before you, however, has all of that and more. And it could be yours.

On top of the impressive factory options loaded into this broad-shouldered beast, it’s also a remarkably low-mileage example. You see, the V8 engine under the hood — which was once good for an impressive 375 horsepower — has only traveled 10,630 miles in total. On top of that, it also boasts a rare rosewood steering wheel and matching dash console, power steering, a heavy-duty radiator, and a Posi-Traction rear end. If you want to get behind the wheel of this magnificent classic muscle car, it can be yours for $144,500.

Purchase: $144,500

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