800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is what many of you Chevy fans have been waiting for. You'll love to read the trim tag that tells us this was not only born an X33 car, but also the absolutely awesome color combo inside and out is factory-correct, too. That's why this one has been given a meticulous full restoration that was only completed a few months ago. So if you were looking to turn back the clock to 1969, this is it!
When you want a Camaro that people will take notice of from blocks away, it helps to start with Daytona Yellow. This factory-correct color is arguably the most vibrant hue ever offered on a Camaro, and this one has the awesome modern clearcoat application to make sure it glows as bright as your nostalgia. We all know that only real-deal Z/28s get to wear the racing stripes. The black looks so good against the yellow, that this one also has a black vinyl roof. And this has your favorite sporty details, like the front air dam, D80 rear spoiler, 15-inch Rally wheels, and the Super Scoop cowl hood. The story on this one is that it was first purchased less than an hour from our showroom. While it was female-owned, this was not a little old lady. She pulled the drivetrain and turned this Z/28 into a drag race monster. And since it lived its life only an 1/8-mile at a time, the odometer is even believed to reflect the car's full original mileage. Of course, the condition you see it in today is nothing like the blacktop days. The car was given a full restoration to bring it back to day one status, before it was turned into a track machine. This was complete only a few months ago, and the car has only been driven about 50 miles since. And you can really see and feel the quality in details, like the panel alignment, correct badging, classic Goodyear tires, and even the way the doors close with confidence that even the factory couldn't often deliver.
You're going to leave all the windows down on this hardtop every time you take it to the car show. The premium Yellow Houndstooth option was traditionally only available to those who chose the bold exterior yellow. So it's a special interior that has an awesome yellow and black coordinating look with the exterior. And since this presentation is so special, they made sure to invest in quality over every inch. This is a detail-oriented package, and so even the little things are working, like the dome lights, AM radio, and clock. But this time capsule is also built where you won't be able to resist adding to the low odometer. The wood-rimmed sport steering wheel, large speedo & tach, quad auxiliary gauge package in the center console, and Hurst shifter all get your enthusiast blood pumping.
Even the engine bay has day one status. Because this car's unique competition history has this one with the engine out quite soon after purchase, they took the time to source a correct DZ-code 302 cubic-inch motor. Now the special V8 has been rebuilt to look fantastic. Great pieces are in place, including the finned valve covers, GM Winters intake, and the air intake that can grab fresh air from the cowl hood. You'll even love the details, like the working hood light, new brass freeze plugs, and all the correct decals. As you look underneath the car, it shows you how fresh this one is everywhere, and you'll also notice more pieces, like the notched dual exhaust. The V8 fires up with a smoothness you'll love, and the Muncie M21 is stout enough to handle all the power this race-ready motor is putting down. This close-ratio four-speed stick combines with the 12-bolt Positraction rear end to make you solid off the line. The final part to this speed and control package is Chevy adding a set of front disc brakes.
The sale comes with the car's original title, final payment stub, and drag racing article about the first owner. So this is the awesomely restored and distinct real-deal Z-car that also knows how to tell its unique story. Call now!
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