The right car comes along only very rarely, and we know you're going to take some time to dig into this real-deal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. It has a great factory-correct color combo, serious performance, and the proper DZ-code motor and its components show the right signs of being the stock pieces.
This was born a Cortez Silver coupe, which is one of the best colors for timeless appeal. A modern respray later in life means you get a nice clearcoat luster in the sunshine. Only a real-deal Z-car like this has earned the right to wear the iconic dual racing stipes, and arguably there is no better combo that the black against the silver. So it really has a terrifically distinctive look. Plus, you get all the right pieces with the classic, including the power bulge in the cowl induction hood and D80 ducktail rear spoiler. They even got the details right with the larger/correct 15-inch Rally wheels and classic Goodyear Polyglas tires for a vintage finishing touch.
The black stripes not only look great on the exterior, but they also provide a preview of the interior. This car carries its full factory-correct color combo, and it looks deep and dark on the bucket seats, carpeting, door panels, and headliner. This darkness is broken up by plenty of eye-catching pieces, like the wood-rim three-spoke sports steering wheel, wood-like trim on the center console, and the four-piece white-faced auxiliary gauge package. The tilt steering column lets you get a clear view to the large speedo and tach. Plus, the bright shifter is just calling out for your right hand. So while this has an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo, we really know your favorite soundtrack begins under the hood.
The engine is why the Z/28 is so special. The DZ-code 302 cubic-inch V8 shows all signs the right signs for being original to the car (call for a full info breakdown.) It looks great with all the right pieces, like the ribbed valve covers, bold block, and gasket on the air topper to seal it to the fresh air cowl hood. And as you dig deeper, you'll also find that this has the correct intake, and the important Holley 4053 four-barrel carb has a date code that corresponds with this car's build. You can also see that the right mechanical components look newer, like the brake booster and belts. It's the kind of appearance that says this car has been well-maintained, and the way the V8 fires up readily reaffirms this feeling. The upgraded header-fed dual exhaust adds power and thunder to this Z/28's sound. The Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed stick combined with the 3.73 Positraction rear end means you have great all-around control. Topping off this speed and control package are power steering and power brakes w/discs up front.
This is your chance to grab the dream that's becoming rarer every day. Don't miss this Z/28, call today!