1969 Camaro Pro Street


On the ISCA circuit, this 1969 Camaro Pro Street took awards in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Dayton and Cincinnati. It has an eye-catching look and was originally built by the legendary Logghe brothers. It’s now for sale through Affordable Classic Motorcars in Shaker Heights, Ohio.

Here is what the dealership had to say:
Own a piece of drag racing history with this street legal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Funny Car. Perfect for nostalgia drag racing events, this car’s custom paint work is an attention getter!

In addition to eye catching looks, this funny car has an impressive history, having been built by the top builders of funny cars of the era. It was originally built for Jack Brown in 1969 and subsequently sold to Mickey Hart of Hart Automotive in Cleveland, Ohio. It features a chassis built by the legendary Logghe brothers, which was updated by Larry Sikora and Chuck Finders. In addition, the tin work on this car was completed by Al Bergler, Michigan Motor Sports Hall of Fame inductee. It was originally driven by Bill Levic and Ken Mott.

This car has been SOLD.

This 1969 Camaro Pro Street was a standout among the Pro Street Car listings in the Cars On Line Newsletter this week. Click here to see more Pro Street Cars for sale. Or check out the Pro Street Section of the Cars On Line website for hundreds more for sale.

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One Response to 1969 Camaro Pro Street

  1. nick pope June 1, 2013 at 3:32 pm #

    former owner back in the mid 1970’s interested in reowning please contact me at nepopejr41@aol.com, live in the Youngstown,Ohio area seen car at this years I X center car show thats my pic of car when it was white

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