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1969 Camaro Convertible & Coupe*


It's finally here the 1969 Crate Camaro coupe body shell.....




1969 Crate Camaro Coupe Body Shell

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*We are a dealer for Dynacorn international inc.  and are not a Dynacorn classic bodies dealer. We will be happy to assist you in all of your restoration needs.


This changes everything, to steal a phrase from Chrysler. But, this has nothing to do with Mopar. If you are scratching your head asking what is he talking about then you must have missed the Hot Rod mag cover article about the next big thing to hit the Restoration industry:

 An all steel, complete from the firewall to the tail lamp panel all the parts needed to restore the shell of your deteriorating 1969 Camaro convertible body.*


Presenting the:

All NEW 1969 Chevy Camaro Convertible

Available as a completely welded assembly!

Convertible-- MSRP $13,500 (with top Frame)

Hardtop--  MSRP $13,500

Contact us for other options

Now do I have your undivided attention? Since it has been announced, the idea of the “New Camaro Body” has divided the industry. There are those that hate the idea and those that have embraced it. The main idea that seems to be causing the problem is the legality of transferring the necessary trim tag and VIN information to the new firewall and cowl panel. Many people are under the false impression that this is illegal. IT IS NOT. Please referred to the federal code which states in black and white that it can be done if it “is reasonably necessary for the repair” now of course you will need to clear this with your local DMV. Of course this is only relevant if you own a 1969 Chevy Camaro with a title.

Rough idea of the cost to building an all new 1969 Camaro

A must read for anyone considering the pros and cons of going with everything NEW.


Has the shell of your 1969 Camaro Convertible or Hardtop seen better days?


Is rust eating away at your Camaro? Minor rust can be repaired, but if every panel of your car looks like this, then you may want to consider Dynacorn Classic Bodies Camaro Replacement Body components.

These Dynacorn Classic Bodies are manufactured by DII, who also manufactures many "Hard to find parts for your classic car." We are proud to be DII dealer and would be happy to assist you in your parts needs.


For more information check out this article from Super Chevy Magazine

This is not for the faint at heart, and is certainly not the only option available. We just believe that you should know what options are out there.



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Camaro ® is a registered trademark of General Motors Corporation. All references to the Camaro ® are for informational purposes only and are not intended to imply any endorsement by or affiliation with the General Motors Corporation. None of the parts depicted and offered for sale in this brochure are authorized by or affiliated with General Motors Corporation. DII®,  Dynacorn®, Dynacorn Classic Bodies®, HOT ROD® and Chrysler® are registered trademarks of their prospective companies. No affiliation is implied unless specifically stated otherwise.



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