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Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: Z/28
Type: Coupe
Trim: Z/28
Doors: 2
Year: 1969
Mileage: 670
VIN: 124379N675623
Color: Other
Engine: 302 V8
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Additional Info:

This very special example of an always desirable Z/28 Camaro, and will belong to one very discerning buyer soon. For consideration of purchase, or just for the fun of the history and the details, read through the description and details of this car. Then come on down, discuss those details with one of our sales associates, and get an up close and personal look at this car. You may decide that you want to be that discerning buyer.
Let's start with what you see as you approach this car. The body is super straight and has a sharp, clean look. That look is helped by an aggressive stance and body creases which trail off the front and rear fenders. The factory correct, code 52, Garnet Red paint looks awesome. White Z28 stripes always look great on these cars, but the X33 Z28 style group trim code on this car, means that they belong there. Also staking valid claims are the Z/28 badging which adorn the graphite colored grill, the front fenders and of course at the rear between the taillights. All the chrome is in excellent shape with the bumpers, fender wells, and window trim shining brightly. Rally wheels with trim rings are perfect on this car, and a Cowl Induction hood advertises the 302-cubic inch engine under it. That engine was built to fit within the rules for the SCCA Tran-Am racing series and allowed GM to build a few race prepped versions to compete against the other manufactures offerings. It was a great time for American road racing.
The trim code 711, black interior on this car, is also sharp and clean. Open the door and you will find nicely pleated door panels that mirror the pleated inserts in the bucket seats. A three spoke, deep dish, wooden steering wheel feels good in your hands and looks great. Wood treatment on the dash and console are nice looking touches of street car in this track-oriented car. An 8000 RPM tach is directly in front of the driver along with the speedo. Ventilation controls are just to the right, along with a JVC sound system with speakers in the rear shelf that has been added for your listening pleasure. Unless, that is, you want to stir around that Hurst, 4-speed shift knob, and listen to the engine sing instead. The center console also houses a set of rally gauges to help keep track of engine functions. Clean headliner and carpets bring it all together for a first class look and overall presentation.
Now here is where numbers and dates will become interesting for a historian, and important to discerning buyers. The 302 motor in this car does not exactly match the partial VIN, but it does indicate that it is a very date correct engine for this car. The car has a build of 06D (4th week April), the motor is also a June build making it period correct. A correct DZ 4bbl Holley carb, with a build date of November 68, mix the fuel with the air from the Cowl induction hood, then distributes the mixture through a GM Winters intake manifold, to flow through roller rocker actuated valves in order to make lots of power. The finned valve covers are also correct, help a bit with engine oil cooling, and you will notice spacers under them in order to clear the upgraded roller rockers. Hedman long-tube headers get all the spent gases out efficiently. Power is sent back through a Muncie, M21 4-speed trans, to a 12-bolt rear end. 4-wheel disc brakes get an assist from an auxiliary vacuum system hidden in the driver's fender well to assure plenty of stopping power to reign in all that go power, and specially matched springs, shocks, and sway bars combine for a race winning suspension setup.
A rare, interesting, and awesome car is offered to you here. Come on down and check it out.