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1969 Chevrolet Camaro
SELLER INFORMATION

Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
855-877-2707

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MILEAGE
78385

YEAR
1969

ENGINE
8

LOCATION
Fort Worth, TX

STOCK
4217-DFW

FULL SPECS

Year 1969
Mileage 78385
Engine 8
Doors 2
Transmission Manual
Make Chevrolet
Model Camaro

Camaro 1969

Title Status --
Exterior Color Cortez Silver
Interior Color Black

DESCRIPTION

This is it, the legend, done just the way you'd want. This is a real-deal 1969 Camaro Z/28 with a great color combination, and the ultra-desirable RS package. Beautifully and expensively restored, it's a prime example of the real-deal legend, but not quite a trailer queen that can never be enjoyed out in the open-air, and we're quite certain you'll have a hard time staying out of the driver's seat. This is one heck of a driver!



Shockingly enough, this is an original code 69 Cortez Silver car and they kept it that way when the car was fully restored not long ago. Paint and bodywork are very nice, with virtually zero issues with prep or final finish, making this high-end Z/28 look absolutely spectacular. But it's not like all the Hugger Orange cars out there, and even with black stripes, this is a very subtle hammer for prowling the streets and chances are that nobody will notice what a ferocious piece this is until it's way too late. A few dress-up pieces like the bright chrome bumpers, "gill" inserts on the quarter panels, and proper RS hidden headlights give it a precision look and the cowl induction hood is always a welcome option on a high-performance car like this. A chin spoiler up front and a ducktail spoiler out back makes it look suitably racy and all the proper Z/28 badges are in place right where they're supposed to be. Nobody will mistake this for anything other than what it is, and we've found that cars like this are always in demand.



Basic black has always suited the Camaro best, and with the Z/28's all-business attitude, the surroundings are ideally suited to high-performance driving. The buckets wear quality reproduction seat covers that are more defined then most and the door panels are nicely rendered with great bright trim. Lots of desirable options include a center console, factory tachometer and clock, and the rally gauge package ahead of the shifter. The original AM radio was swapped-in for a correct-looking AM/FM/Cassette unit, but if you want modern hardware it's either time for an upgrade or maybe you just like it the way, because the song of the 302 is so much better than anything on the radio anyway. The woodgrain on the 3-spoke steering wheel, dash, and console is gorgeous and adds some warmth to the all-black interior, and the plush carpets below and taut headliner above finish off the cabin nicely. This car also sports a recent trunk mat that fits very well, plus a full-sized spare and jack assembly.



Experts will be pleased to note that a period-correct DZ-code 302 remains under the hood, cackling and snarling like it should. The bright Chevy Orange paint, finned valve covers, and functional cowl induction air cleaner all add to the performance air under the hood, and it's got all the correct little pieces, too. A few modifications make the most of the deep-breathing 302's abilities, including a set of long-tube headers and a fresh-looking stainless-steel exhaust system with Flowmasters that sounds absolutely spine-tingling at full bore. The 4-speed Muncie M21 snaps through the gears with authority and a heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end with 3.73 gears and a Posi limited slip keeps up with the 302 without complaint. The underside is extremely clean and nicely refinished, but again, it's going to be hard to relegate this one to car show-only status despite the quality. There's a new gas tank out back, fresh lines and hoses practically everywhere you look, and power steering and power front disc brakes to help keep it planted on modern roads. Correct Rally wheels offer the right look and carry period-perfect E70-15 Goodyear Wide Tread GT bias-ply tires for an accurate look.



The 1969 Z/28 is the most desirable of the early Camaros, particularly with the RS package. Beautifully restored but with an eye towards the street, we can guarantee this Z won't last long, so call today!

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