This stunning Daytona Yellow 1969 Z/28 is a beautiful example of these high-strung, high-speed road warriors
Lift the functional cowl hood and you’ll be greeted by the correct and potent DZ 302 V8, one of the all-time great engines. This unusual block was only produced between January and April of 1969, which aligns with the body build date, indicating its originality. Additional features include power steering, power front disc brakes, correct Muncie M21 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter, 3.73 Posi rear end, correct Black Custom interior trim, console with gauges, Delco AM/FM radio, front and rear spoilers, and brand-new B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A’s (215/70R15) wrapped around classic rally wheels. One more iconic jewel in an unusual hue from the team that can make your dream a reality.
Chevrolet’s name for the Z/28 Camaro originated from a simple Regular Production Order (RPO) option code but has since grown into one of the most recognizable names in Chevrolet‘s venerable history. Introduced in 1967 as a homologation special for the SCCA’s Trans-Am sedan series, word quickly spread about how good these cars were, even on the street. Then, after the juggernaut of the Penske/Donohue Camaros won the ’68 and ’69 T/A Championships, these race-bred 1st generation cars (1967-1969) became some of the most sought after and collectable muscle cars.
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