This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is exactly what you want for rarity, power, and absolute distinction. It's one of the most iconic performance designs, and this one is a highly documented and nicely restored example of an X33 Z/28 coupe. So dig into all the details, because this is the one you've been waiting for.
Take a moment to look at all the pictures (even the undercarriage ones) to really see the level of accuracy on this one. It's part of a multi-year restoration with thousands $$$$$ invested. The body is so crisp, it almost looks like this coupe left the Norwood factory yesterday. That's why the year-correct Fathom Green paint can look so fantastic. It's a deep, dark color that really lets the bright trim pop. And the details are pristinely correct, too. It has all the right Z/28 features, including a cowl induction hood, full badging, front air dam, and full-width rear spoiler. And enthusiasts know that there are only certain features that truly belong on a real-deal Z/28, like the larger 15-inch Rally wheels and the hallmark dual stripe package.
The factory-fresh attitude continues on the inside. Green is a great interior color because it represents the '60s so well, and it's really a nice coordinating hue against this exterior. There has been a solid investment here so that the carpeting is fresh, the premium wood-like trim is smooth, and there's not a button missing from the seatbacks. It's a true time machine, right down to the AM/FM radio. And we even have pictures of the brace behind the rear seat with the Z/28's X33 code writing on it. But the reason why you want this one is for the driving experience. The factory three-spoke sports steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column, and it gives you a clear view to the large speedo and tach. The iconic quad auxiliary gauge package is nestled in the center console. And we know you'll never want to let go of the Hurst chrome shifter.
The engine bay has a masterfully authentic look. This car has been subject to a comprehensive restoration, including the motor rebuilt. Well it appears that the VIN on the engine pad was decked and re-stamped at some point, the partial VIN by the oil filter still corresponds with the VIN on the car. So, it supports the belief that this is the original block, and also supports the full belief that this is a real-deal Z/28 with its correct original motor. With the presentation this nice, we'll all love pointing out the correct decals, exclusive valve covers, and an overall tidy presentation that makes it ready to show off right now. And you know true Z fans will love the correct gasket around the air topper that seals to the cowl induction hood. This fresh air gets inhaled deeply through a large and correct Holley four-barrel carburetor. Chevy famously underrated this motor, but the Muncie M22 close ratio four-speed transmission is famously stout enough to handle all the muscle in this race-ready powerhouse. So while this is a pristinely restored classic, you also know you're going to love hitting the streets. And with features like power steering and power brakes w/discs up, you'll enjoy this coveted classic with ease.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, sales brochures, plenty of receipts, and photos proving the level of care that went into restoring this legend. This all-green Z/28 will level everyone else green with envy. So don't miss your dream car, call today!