Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to offer this amazing 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. With only 2,246 miles since its complete body-off restoration by Uzzi's Autohaus in 2017, this 1969 Camaro Z28 is a real winner. This two-owner first-gen Camaro was treated to a blasted-to-bare-metal re-color, from its original Fathom Green (paint code 57) to its current Sebring Silver (a '63 Corvette color), and its original Dark Green interior (trim code 723) has been replaced with an all-new black interior with the ever-cool Houndstooth fabric inserts. One would be extremely hard-pressed to find a nicer silver-over-black Z28 today. Its drivetrain starts with a 1968 Z28 302 CID block (#3914678), with heads from a '64/'65 Corvette (#3782461), a Comp Cams CL-12-677-4 bumpstick with appropriate valvetrain, and it's topped by a new Quick Fuel SS 650 carb with Elect/Mechanical secondary sitting on the GM aluminum intake manifold. Spent fossils exit through ceramic-coated Hooker headers into MagnaFlow 12255 mufflers, and make a very nasty exit sound that's definitely meaner-sounding than you remember! Aft of the mill is a Muncie M20 wide-ratio 4-speed (#3925661), which came over from a 1970 SS Camaro. The drivetrain spins a set of 3.73 gears in the GM 12 Bolt rear end (#3894860), originally from a '67 Camaro. Additional goodies include Accel ceramic wires; MSD Street Fire Cap and Rotor kit; new fuel tank; new radiator, fan shroud, hoses and clamps; new rear brakes with new shoes; new GM distributor; new front and rear shocks; new front control arm bushings and coil springs; new rear leaf springs and bushings; new transmission linkage; and front spoiler. With its virtually all-new interior (including those Houndstooth pattern covered seats and new seat belts), the cabin experience is far nicer than when it was new, even! It doesn't matter where you go, this Z28 is beautiful and will turn heads everywhere. You will go back in time cruising in this classic, that drives WAY better than it did when it first rolled off the Norwood assembly line. Slip into the driver's seat, buckle up, fire up the high-winding 302, crank up your favorite tunes on the Bluetooth-equipped head unit, grab first gear, and let 'er rip! You'll be in Z28 heaven for the entire ride. Options on this stellar 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 include AM/FM Radio with Bluetooth, Power Brakes, Raised White Letter Radial Tires, Rally Wheels, Seat Belts, and Spare Tire. For more information on this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, please call the Houston showroom at (832) 243-6220; or email us at "Houston@GatewayClassicCars.com". To see more of it, go to our website: www.GatewayClassicCars.com, where you'll see HD photos and an HD video of it in operation. Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Unit 200, Houston, TX 77090.
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