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Racing betters the breed, or so the old mantra goes. If any car ever proved this to be true, it was the Camaro Z/28. The Z/28 was a special production option that homologated all the parts GM needed to go racing and win in the SCCA Trans Am series. And with the likes of Mark Donahue and Roger Penske on board, the Camaro was sure to win on Sunday and sell on Monday! The 69' Z/28 you see here is finished in a gorgeous deep shade known as Fathom Green with white racing stripes. All the Z/28 specific equipment is there, including the front spoiler, functional cowl induction hood, and rear duck tail spoiler. The Chevrolet rallye wheels with chrome trim rings and white letter tires add to the racy character. In the interior you'll find lots of factory options that befit a car of this caliber. The wood rimmed steering wheel not only looks great, but feels great in your hands. The optional center console is finished in matching wood trim, giving this bruiser an upscale appeal. The chrome Hurst shifter falls right to hand, and the optional console gauge package allows you to keep an eye on the important stuff with just a glance. The factory tachometer in the instrument cluster helps you to keep the RPM's under control while you're snatching gears. The interior is upholstered with vinyl buckets in the original green that so nicely compliments the exterior color, and a factory look upgraded AM/FM radio is there to play your favorite classic tunes. Under the hood is where the magic is found, a 385HP 350 cubic inch GM Fastburn crate engine replace the factory 302 mill. All those ponies travel through a four speed close ration manual transmission and onto a stout 12 bolt rear axle with Positraction. The brakes were top of the line in the day, with power discs up front and drums in the rear. Suspension is Z/28 specific, with higher rate springs, and larger sway bars to make this Camaro corner like a proper sports car. This Camaro has been meticulously restored and has traveled less than 2500 miles since it's restoration was completed. There is not a scratch to be found on the outside, and it runs, turns, and stops every bit as good as it looks. The value of 69' Camaros continues to climb, and the Z/28 is the top dog of the Camaro lineup. Don't let this investment grade classic pass you by, stop in today or email [email protected] to put this amazing machine in your driveway!! FEES TAX INFORMATION - We are a licensed dealer in the State of Florida and adhere to all state and federal laws and regulations concerning the sale of a used vehicle. All applicable taxes and fees will be charged accordingly as required by the State of Florida. A fee of $495.00 will be charged to process the vehicle.
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