When the right investments have been made to make this icon distinctive, powerful, and all-around nicely finished, then you know you've found the ideal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Tribute.
This is a Camaro of distinction, and it starts with the paint. Marina Blue is great to have on this car. It's a popular 1960s GM color, but it's slightly different to what was available in '69. So you get individuality while still keeping close to history. Plus, this is part of a modern clearcoat respray that was done over straight panels. The result is a car you're going to love showing off at the events. After all, the sunshine not only makes the clearcoat pop, but also it highlights the crisp body lines. Even the chrome bumpers were recently re-dipped to keep up with this level of shine. Of course, the other reason you fell in love/lust with this one is because of the great Z/28 tribute pieces. You have the proper black dual racing stripes, cowl induction hood, deep chin spoiler, and full-width rear spoiler. They even made sure the Rally wheels are the correct 15-inch size. It's all part of a package designed to impress.
More investment in this Camaro is evident the moment you open the door. It has been upgraded to iconic houndstooth bucket seats with a desirable center console in-between. You even have the horseshoe shifter. The seats, door panels, dash, and carpets are so clean that we suspect it's quite new. This might be a muscle machine, but the woodgrain appearance on the dash, console, and correct Chevy performance three-spoke steering wheel add plenty of class to the atmosphere. And while this has a period-correct feeling, this one also has the right upgrades. You have an AM/FM/CD stereo for the best cruising tunes; there's LED lighting for better vision; and a Super Pro tach mounted on the steering column is a clear indicator of something nice under the hood.
The 350 cubic-inch motor is out to impress. The bold orange block, shining Chevrolet air topper, and matching valve covers kick off a very tidy all-around setup. And beyond the style is some serious performance. It starts with a Edelbrock hi-rise intake topped off with a large Holley double-pumper four-barrel carburetor. Plus, this has extra performance and wicked growl created by the headers that feed the dual exhaust. So you absolutely know your favorite soundtrack in this coupe will be created by how you feather the throttle. But more than big muscle, there are great driving features such as power steering, front disc brakes, and a three-speed automatic transmission.
Now you see how this is a great Z/28 tribute that's been given the right investments for power and distinction. Irresistible classics like this don't stay around long, so don't miss out. Call today!!!