well, it finally sold, seen this one more than 1 time before. i've just never been too wild about frost green (ex girlfriend had one with a 6 - maybe that turned me off). see this one either had a stripe delete or they left off the hockey sticks when they repainted.
here's some info on the ss option:
Z27, Camaro Super Sport (SS); includes 300-hp Turbo Fire 350cid engine with bright accents, power front disc brakes, floor mounted special 3-speed manual transmission, special hood, suspension and ornamentation, sport striping, hood insulation, F70x14 white letter tires, 14x7-inch wheels, black painted body sill, simulated rear fender louvers, SS emblems on fenders, grille and rear panel. (Camaro SS package price increased twice during 1969, once to $311.75, again to $327.55. The second increase included dual exhausts with bright tips) $295.95, 34,932 built.
L34 Engine; 350-hp Turbo-Jet 396-cid V-8 (requires Camaro SS) $184.35, 2,018 built.
L35 Engine; 325-hp Turbo-Jet 396-cid V-8 (requires Camaro SS) $63.20, 6,752 built.
L48 Engine; 300-hp Turbo-Fire 350-cid V-8 (included with Camaro SS) 22,339 built.
L65 Engine; 250-hp Turbo-Fire 350-cid V-8 $21.10, 26,898 built.
L78 Engine; 375-hp Turbo-Jet 396-cid V-8 (requires Camaro SS) $316.00, 4,889 built.
L89 Engine; 375-hp Turbo-Jet 396-cid V-8 with aluminum cylinder heads (requires Camaro SS) $710.95, 311 built.
Tach and guages were optional as were the spoilers. don't think you could get a rear spoiler without the front one as this car is shown.
i think most SS's had the 5 spoke factory mags as opposed to the ralley wheels, not sure if you ordered the rally wheels if you got the 15" z/28's or if they came in 14".
if that one brought $18,712, makes me wonder what i could get for mine. It sure was clean though.
To see a pic of my car, click here... pages.prodigy.net/mtbmtb/rf396ss.jpg