We’ll take on any other two cars in the magazine
Chevrolet cars shown: ’69 Camaro SS Sport Couple with RS equipment and new Corvette Coupe
Camaro SS, plus Rally Sport.
Black Grille. Undercover headlights with built-in water jets to clean them. Up to 325hp on order. Sport stripes. Special hood. Power disc brakes. Seven-inch rims and wide oval tires made very obvious with raised white lettering. Head restraints you can add. New Hurst-linkage 4-speed available. Can’t be driven when steering column is locked.
Usually seen in the company of people who can tell the real article from an imitation. Known as “The hugger.” Kin to Corvette.
Corvette, ‘Vette, Stingray and other sassy names.
Unusually powerful-looking hood. Morocco-grain vinyl on instrument panel. New map pockets. Wider 8-inch wheels. New assist grips on the doors. Six bucket seat colors. New concealed door handles. Built-in headlight washers.
The driver of this car is always ready with 350 cubic inches of new standard V8.
Other cars, if we were you, we’d drive you on the other side of the street. Way on the other side.
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Publication date: December 1968