800 Derita Road, Ste. A
The right car comes along only very rarely, and that's why you're going to take some time to dig into this real-deal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. It has a rare factory-correct color combo, serious performance, and the proper numbers-matching DZ-code motor. And because the best in Camaros needs the best in documentation, this car has been thoroughly checked and assessed with a detailed date code of the key components.
The trim tag tells us this was born an Azure Turquoise coupe. It's a striking color, and it's unique to see on a real-deal Z/28. In fact, we're told this could be as rare as one of only 13 examples built at the Van Nuys factory. So it's something special that has been given the right mix of preservation and restoration so that it shows off a well-respected style today. A great example is the finish. The car was resprayed around halfway through its life thus far. While that may have been about 25 years ago, it was done with quality and treated with care. That's why it outshines some shop-fresh fully restored cars today. It makes for the ideal way to showcase an impressively straight body. Only a real-deal Z-car like this has earned the right to wear the iconic dual racing stripes. Plus, you get all the right pieces with the black chin splitter, correct original badging, D80 rear spoiler, and larger/correct 15-inch Rally wheels. And everything from the California black plate to the classic Goodyear tires shows the right vintage style. In fact, the overall condition of the components is part of the evidence that the low odometer could reflect the full actual mileage.
The black stripes not only look great on the exterior but also provide a preview of the interior. This car carries its full factory-correct color combo, and this is even believed to be the original interior. It looks deep and dark on the bucket seats, carpeting, door panels, and headliner. This darkness is broken up by plenty of the classic wood-like trim. This has all the best classic details with working pieces like the courtesy light, clock, and AM radio. There's even the quad auxiliary gauge pack on the center console. So you know you'll love showing it off to other enthusiasts like you. The dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a clear view of the large speedo and tach. Plus, the bright Hurst shifter is just calling out for your right hand.
The engine is why the Z/28 is so special. The DZ-code 302 cubic-inch V8 is the VIN-matched unit. It looks great with all the right pieces, like the ribbed valve covers, GM hoses, and bold block. Even the original steering box sticker is there. And as you dig deeper, you'll also find that this has the correct Winters intake, and the important Holley 4053 four-barrel carb has a date code that corresponds with this car's build. In fact, we have a full detailed list that proves many of the main components are either in line with the car's October 1968 build date or are the right components for the era. So feel free to call and ask about all the little details. The motor was rebuilt around 1995. It's part of the desirable California car story, and it has the smog-friendly cam to prove it. The Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed stick feeds a stout 12-bolt rear with 3.73 gears to give you an ideal feeling for all-around control. Topping off this speed and control package are power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a thick rear sway bar.
You can really tell the difference the right care and preservation makes. Even the undercarriage photos look fresh. The sale even comes with registration tags, emission stickers, a title copy, a previous registration, and the owner's manual. This is your chance to grab the dream that's becoming rarer every day. Don't miss this exceptional Z/28. Call now!
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