How much is a 1969 Camaro body?

The bare Camaro body shell starts at $9,000 while an assembled body costs $13,000, including the roof, drip rails, quarter panels, trunklid and doors installed and aligned.

How much is a 1969 Camaro body?

The bare Camaro body shell starts at $9,000 while an assembled body costs $13,000, including the roof, drip rails, quarter panels, trunklid and doors installed and aligned.

How much is a brand new 1969 Camaro?

Base price for a 1969 Camaro was approximately $3600-3800. The top-of-the-line ZL1 sold for an amazing $7200!

What is the difference between a 68 and a 69 Camaro?

Side marker lights were not federally-mandated until 1968, and the ’68 Camaro has a larger rectangular-shaped side light, while the ’69 Camaro has a narrow rectangular-shaped side marker light. The 1968 is also unique, because it has a strip of chrome that runs along the top of the doors.

What body style is a 1969 Camaro?

Compared to 1967 and 1968 models, the 1969 Camaro is slightly lower and wider, with a more muscular, in-your-face look, especially in its frontal profile. Two basic body styles continued to be available: a semi-fastback coupe and a convertible in 18 single colors as well as (new for 1969) six two-tone combinations.

How much did a z28 cost in 1969?

America’s other ponycar is high on the “gotta-have” list.

Expect To Pay
Year Model Low-High
1967-1969 V-8 convertible $3000-$28,000
1967-1969 Super Sport $2500-$77,000
1967-1969 Z/28 $8500-$221,000

What is a 1969 ZL1 Camaro worth?

The original engine plays such a big part in the car’s value that when it was missing in a 1969 Camaro ZL-1 (Car #59), it only sold for $770,000. Fast forward to when the same car’s unique one-year-model body got reunited with its original ZL1 engine, the value skyrocketed to a staggering $1 million.

How many 69 Camaros are there?

Camaro production totaled 243,085 for 1969, and surprisingly, the rarest models are six-cylinder-powered convertibles, with 1,707 built; the most common bodies were V-8-powered sport coupes at 190,971 units. This year’s Z/28 production reached 20,302, and 34,932 buyers opted for Super Sports.

What is the best 69 Camaro?

Choosing the 10-coolest 1969 Camaros ever wasn’t easy, but here – in no particular order – are our picks.

  • 1969 Camaro Rally Sport.
  • 1969 Camaro Pace Car Convertible.
  • 1969 Camaro Pace Car Coupe.
  • 1969 Camaro COPO.
  • 1969 Camaro ZL1.
  • 1969 Camaro Yenko SC.
  • 1969 Baldwin-Motion Camaro.
  • 1969 Camaro L89.