Sometimes we require the best of everything. That's why this real-deal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has been expertly and fully restored inside and out to give this X77-code car an exceptionally fresh style with a full red package everywhere (even the undercarriage.)
No other car wears racing stripes as well as a Z/28 Camaro; they practically define the legend. But this one does it with extra flair. It was given a full rotisserie restoration So that the factory-correct Garnet Red draws people in from across a show field with its gloss and shine. And as they get closer, it's the straightness of the sheet metal that first really impresses them all. So you know it's part of a solid investment in making sure the fundamentals were right before the first drop of paint was applied. On top of that, you have all the best Z/28 gear, including the cowl induction hood, front air dam, correct badging, and D80 rear spoiler. And of course, those iconic dual stripes were put down and cleared over with the full paint package so there's a smooth look to the whole car. It's a detail-oriented coupe, and you see that everywhere from the mirror-like chrome bumpers to the correct 15-inch Rally wheels with classic-style Goodyear GT tires.
The trim tag tells us the red interior is factory-correct, and that makes for a very distinct package. So we're glad to see the total commitment to getting it looking just the way you want it. The bucket seats, center console, plush carpeting, coordinating red floor mats, dash pad, headliner, and all the fundamentals - it all has the appearance of stock but is far fresher than anything from 1969. And you love the vintage details, like the working dome light, smooth wood applique trim, and even the Delco AM radio is there for a display. But the best features are the ones that remind you a real Z/28 is a driver's car. It starts with the Chevrolet three-spoke sports steering wheel that gives you a clear view of the large speedo and tach. Plus, the iconic quad gauge package is in the center console. But the piece you'll never want to let go of is the bright Hurst shifter at the center of it all.
The engine is why the Z/28 is so special. This is not the numbers-matching unit, but it is a correct DZ-code 302 cubic-inch V8. In fact, as you dig into the motor, you'll see a careful eye for the correct Z/28 markings, correct GM hoses, a classic Delco battery topper, and finned valve covers. Plus, the gasket on the air grabber means this properly seals to the cowl induction hood to inhale fresh air. This feeds the large and correct Holley 4053 780 CFM four-barrel carburetor, and this sits atop the correct Z/28 winters intake. The Muncie four-speed manual transmission combined with the 3.73 Positraction rear end to make sure this Z-car is also a terrific performer. The final part of this speed and control package is Chevy's power brakes with front discs.
We know you've seen the undercarriage photos that prove this was given comprehensive work over every inch. And this even comes with great paperwork, like the original window sticker, NCRS shipping reports, and the owner's manual. Something this unique and desirable will not stay available for long. Call today!!!