Thanks - completely missed the reference in the General Info. section. But sure enough ......
Q: What are the major differences between the 1968 and 1969 models?
A: Again, there were obviously a large number of minor differences, but we will focus on the major visual differences to aid instant recognition at a distance.
While the 1969 hood, roof, and deck did not change appearance, the body lines were significantly modified at the nose, fenders, quarters, and tailpan, giving the Camaro a more streamlined look. A molded body streak extended from the rear of each wheel opening, adding to the effect.
Other 1969 model discriminators:
Tail light bezels were changed to a triple-lens styling.
The angle of the standard grille, always taken to a center point, was increased to make it more "pointy," and the size of the grille openings was increased. The RallySport grille was redesigned.
A body-colored soft front bumper option was added.
A rear quarterpanels side "louver" impression was included in the sheetmetal in front of the rear wheels (this impression was overlayed with chrome trim as part of the Z21 option).
The dash was redesigned.
The interior simulated woodgrain pattern was changed from walnut (68) to rosewood (69).
The ignition switch moved from the dash to the steering column.