1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350
In the late ‘60s, the horsepower wars were in full swing. So Chevrolet prepared the Camaro for battle with the new Z/28 and SS models. The SS 396 was top of the line muscle model with 325 HP in earlier versions and up to 375 HP for 1969. But the most balanced and almost equally fast was the SS 350 model.
The SS 350 was a popular model with all Chevrolet’s “go fast” goodies. Also, it came with the venerable 350 CID V8 engine producing 300 HP. With racing stripes and a cool graphics package, optional vinyl roof and lots of extras, the SS 350 was one of the best pony cars.
It delivered a lively performance with great handling. With its perfect looks, the SS 350 is one of the most desirable classic Camaros. Even today, it is a highly-sought after piece of Chevrolet history.