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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS 302 Crossram 4 Speed Total Frame Off Restoration

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Trim: Z/28 Rally Sport Crossram 302
Year: 1969
Mileage: 000000
Color: Lemans Blue
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Original 302 Muncie 4 Speed 12 Bolt 3.73
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Utica, Michigan, United States

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Rally Sport Crossram 302 Additional Info:

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Rally Sport 302 Crossram

This is a complete frame off nut and bolt restoration with no expense spared. All drive train and components are original GM. The engine, transmission, and rear axle are all original "born with" to this Camaro and were installed in this car by General Motors at Norwood Final Assembly Plant in November 1968.

This is an early production car, thus, it didn't come with the Cowl induction hood. However, I have painted an NOS original GM hood to perfection and it is included with the purchase of this car. Note: The ZL-2 Cowl Induction hood wasn't available until after Christmas 1968 production. This is shown in the 1969 Factory Assembly Manual.

When a collector such as myself is looking for a high end original 1969 Z/28 there are many things one should consider before procuring a high end collector or investment 1969 Z/28 RS Camaro. The first order of business is does it have the original drive train or the very least the original engine. Something else to consider is desirability. Another very important facet is body color and interior plus factory options. Lastly, quality of the restoration and correctness. All of the above are meaningless without authenticity.

The previous owner held onto this Z/28 for 26 years and only sold it because he didn't have the time or energy to finish this is a top notch restoration. I have listed the specifics below to further your understanding of the caliber of this awesome Crossram Z/28.

NOTE: My personal delivery to certain areas of the central or eastern United States is possible. Weather permitting. If you want to see more photos, you can Google our company name and go to the site and click "cars for sale".
Factory Original Options:
1969 Camaro Z/28 Rally Sport Lemans Bluewith Black standard bucket seats
Z/28 302-290 hp Performance PackageCrossram intake system
Rally SportPower steeringFast ratio steeringPower disc brakesPositraction 3.73Tachometer 6000/7000Console & gaugesDash mounted clockAM/FM Stereo radio with 4 speakersTilt steeringRosewood steering wheelTinted glassVinyl topSpoilers front & rear
Body production date: 11AEngine production stamp: V1024DZTransmission production stamp: P9R11 M21 Close RatioRear axle assembly: BU1024G1 E
Genuine GM original vintage intake and original dated GM carburetors (rare)Crossram intake base: 3941126Crossram intake lid: 3941130Crossram intake casting dated: 6-11-68Crossram front carburetor: GM# 3957859 dated 891Crossram rear carburetor: GM# 3957859 dated 891Transistor distributor: 1111267 dated 8E24Transistor amp box: 1115005
#9204 Brake booster: 207th day#309 Disc brake master cylinder: 184th day
Master cylinder: US CodeAlternator: 1100837 8H5Radiator: UH Tag L-68
Starter: 1108367 8J19Crankshaft pulley: 3956668 CGWater pump pulley: 3932456 DVTI ignition coil: 1115207Power steering gear box: 178-8Wheels: YH coded dated 10-24-8

Front windshield: AZRear window: AXLeft door glass: AZRight door glass: AZDriver quarter window: AXPassenger quarter window: AX
The restoration is outstanding and no expense was spared. Some items worth mentioning are the original tachometer and console gauges were restored instead of using reproductions. The window moldings are all polished to perfection, all wiring harnesses were replaced, all new dated tinted USA glass, original Hurst 4 speed shifter with re-chromed handle, original restored dated seat belts, spiral shocks, All GM body panels, mostly NOS parts were used. The rosewood steering wheel is a nice original survivor, the blue light stereo radio is original to this car and features the correct above the glove box mounted multiplex which was only original to the Camaro. There are many other features and specifics too lengthy to mention. I don't believe I have seen a restoration of such an original car.

This car is offered by James Stubbings a collector of rare First Generation Camaros. We are not a car dealer in any of the 50 United States. You are responsible for your own sales tax and title fees in your home state.