800 Derita Road, Ste. A
We're all looking for a classic that represents its era so well, and that's what makes this 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 so instantly appealing. It has been in the same family all its life so far, and the only additions were about restoring it back to its original style look. So to find a loaded V8 all-black Z/28 that has a genuine history is a terrific classic up for grabs.
The look of the later second-gen Camaro has matured into one we absolutely love. Full color-matched front end, hood scoop, the factory body kit, and full-width rear spoiler created a car that was both sleek and mean. It's a desirable look, and it's not always easy to find one seeming stock. After all, these were great for modifications, and so few of them survived with their factory appearance. This one was purchased new only about an hour from our showroom and has always been under the care of the same family. It was even in storage for the last 13 years. So that's how this can be one of the rare stock-style examples. This did not spend its life untouched, and instead, it was given some careful investments. For example, the factory black has been given a quality respray so that it retains its glossy and intimidating look. Against this darkness it's also easy to see great Z/28 features like the full striping package and optional turbine-style alloys.
The interior keep the time capsule appearance, and it's loaded, too. The high-back buckets look and feel excellent. They have a comfy cloth insert, which is quite handy for those times you want to enjoy this with the T-tops out. The cold-blowing air conditioning is also another great reason to enjoy the open-air experience even in the summertime. There are more great features like power windows, power locks, cruise control, and the Delco AM/FM stereo. The dash, door panels, center console, and more are all exceptionally well preserved. And the black carpeting was even replaced to keep this classic feeing fresh. It's a detail-oriented look from the special corded grip around the Z/28 steering wheel to the factory storage bags for the T-tops.
The engine bay continues the extraordinarily preserved look. Everything is correct and clean, right down to the "Keep Your GM Car All GM" decal on the air cleaner. The consignor states this 350 cubic-inch V8 is the original motor. Not only does the block code reaffirm it, but also it's part of the highly original package you get from a coupe with this kind of desirable history. Emissions regulations meant this powerplant didn't always have the best horsepower figures of the Camaros, but the ace up its sleeve was that the motor has similar torque figures to the Mercedes sports cars of the day. Plus, this one gives you the most out of the V8 thanks to the a four-barrel carburetor on top. Adding to this driver's attitude are features like power steering, power front disc brakes, sway bars front & rear, a three-speed automatic transmission, and new BF Goodrich tires.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the factory all-black car that has a ton of history and just the right investments to make it a stock-style stunner. Don't miss this awesome Z/28. Call now!
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