Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This is a real-deal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 where all the right major components are documented date correct and/or numbers matching. So while you should take the time to see how they got the details so right, you also know this is the kind of fleeting opportunity to own such distinct muscle car royalty.
This was born an Olympic Gold coupe, which is one of the best colors for timeless appeal. A professional respray later in life means this retains a very sleek look in the sunshine. And that's exactly what this special car deserves. The straightness of the sheetmetal lets you see the Camaro's sporty look, and it also highlights the respect this car has commanded over the decades. Of course, you'll love that it comes with all the proper Z-car elements, like the cowl hood, front air dam, correct badging, and 15-inch wheels. This was even ordered with the D80 rear spoiler - a rarity in the Z/28s. Plus, the iconic dual racing stripes only truly belong on a real-deal Z/28. So not only has this coupe earned them, but also it's hard to deny that the black against the gold is the most striking combo around.
For the same reason why we like look of the black stripes against the gold paint is going to be why you'll love the factory-correct full black interior. They took the time with the major components to make sure it has a mix of well-preserved pieces and any replacements are done with proper materials. So it has a nice stock appearance everywhere you look, including the bucket seats w/headrests, center console, and wood-like trim. The Z/28 was built to be the ultimate driver's Camaro, and so you have features like the factory tach, tilt steering column, and the iconic quad auxiliary gauges. You'll also notice a few tasteful upgrades that go to the heart of a driver's car. It includes a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel on a tilt column and a Hurst shifter with a bright chrome topper calling out for your right hand (the original wheel and cue ball topper come with the sale.) And while the radio looks like a factory unit, it's a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with aux input to give you the best in modern driving music.
The engine is why the Z/28 is so special. This is the correct DZ-code 302 cubic-inch V8 with a documented block casting in-line with this car's assembly. In fact, as you dig into the motor, you'll discover Z/28-correct components including the starter, dampener, timing gear cover, and special double-hump heads. The gasket on the air grabber means this properly seals to the cowl induction hood to inhale fresh air. This feeds the large and correct Holley DZ 780 CFM four-barrel carburetor, and this sit atop the correct Z/28 winters intake. The numbers-matching Muncie M21 is stout enough to handle all the power this race-ready motor is putting down. And the close-ratio four-speed stick combined with the date-coded 3.73 Positraction rear end to make sure this correct Z-car is also a terrific performer. The final part to this speed and control package is Chevy's power brakes with front discs.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, title documentation, and a breakdown list of the date coded components. Yes, this Z/28 is that special...and if you hurry, it can all be yours. Call today!!!
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