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1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible

This car is believed to be one of the very rare ten Nascar pace cars delivered by Chevrolet to Bill France for use during the 1969 Nascar season. They were used to pace the Daytona 500 and used the rest of the year to pace the races being relettered for each event. The cars were very well optioned by Bill France for his use including, SS/RS option, power top, blue comfort weave custom interior, 2.56 posi, traction rear end, 396-325 hp engine, speed minder speedometer, AM/FM radio, fiber optic light monitoring, space saver spare, Rally wheels, Goodyear RWL tires, turbo hydramatic 3 spd trans, air conditioning, p.s., p.b., center console, front & rear bumper guards, special/instrumentation with tach, tilt steering wheel, Rosewood steering wheel, front & rear spoilers, power windows, tinted glass and passenger side rearview mirror. The cars are a unique group of cars used by Nascar Corp. and then at the end of the season turned back into Chevrolet Motor Division to be sold to the public. This car has had a full rotisserie restoration done on it approximately 10 years ago and still looks, runs and drives the part of a new 69 Camaro convertible. The cars were in several magazine articles and many photos shot of them in use as pace cars. This car is in the VIN# sequence number of the actual pace car built date 10C, third week of October and title recorded on 12/5/68 for Nascar. The NCRS shipping report states this car didn't go to a retail dealer and also has a picture of several of the cars in the infield at 1969 Daytona 500 with also a picture of the pace car in front of the field before race with Bill France, Sr., and pace car driver Jim Rathman, who also won the Indy 500 in 1960. This is a rare chance to buy one of these, approximately 10, Camaro convertibles used by Nascar Corp. for the 1969 racing season.

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