1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
I have owned this Beautiful Camaro for over 6 years. It was restored prior to me purchasing it. I drove this car for a 150 mile trip with zero issues. This car runs and drives wonderfully. There are a few minor blemishes in the paint but is by all means a show car. You wouldn’t regret purchasing this car.
Numbers Matching 302ci V8 – 290 Horsepower – 4 Speed Manual Transmission – True X77 Coded Z/28 – Factory Correct Color Combination
This classic Camaro is a car that attracts anyone’s eyes. Finished in an understated color combination and boasting an aggressive stance, this car is definitely worth a close look.
First generation Z/28’s all left Chevy production plants with a number of things in common – good looks, 302ci V8 under the hood, front power disc brakes, and a 4-speed M21 Transmission. The engine was no bigger than a 302 due to SCCA competition regulations stating that the engine must not be bigger than 305 cubic inches for the class that the Camaros competed in. This Z/28 is a beautiful example of a restored first generation Camaro. A look at the car as it currently sits shows the care that was taken during the restoration process.
This Z/28 left the Norwood Ohio production plant finished in the color combination that you still see today – Fantom Green (code 57), over Black Standard interior (code 711). The restoration was carefully completed about 10 years ago. The solid body is capped by chrome bumpers that are in great condition and all body panels line up as they should. A rear spoiler, silver stripes, and Rally wheels with beauty rings and caps.
Numbers matching 302ci V8 is nestled under the hood of this ’69 Z/28. Mated to a 4-speed manual transmission, the power and sound of the 302 is sure to put a smile on your face as you hit each gear. The transmission is a 4-speed Muncie, but is not numbers matching.
Location: Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania, United States
Price: Auction <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on March 14, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.