Chevrolet Camaro Vintage Ads (I).
To suggest a road-grabbing stance, all 1969 Camaros were "huggers."
The SS on this brouchure cover combines the hidden-headlamp Rally Sport package
with the optional ($42) body-color front bumper to fine effect.
|For 1967, SS equipment added $210 to the $2,572 Camaro Sport Coupe
or $2,809 convertible. It included the new 295-bhp 350-cid V-8.
The hood vents were decorative, not functional.
Chevy wasn't shy about pitching the '69 SS Camaro's performance
attitude in print or, through bright hood vents and bold body stripes, in the metal, either.
This spread for the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS highlights the optional Super Scoop,
a force-air induction hood that drew on the high-pressure area at the base of the
It funneled power-enhancing air to the high-performance V-8.