A Real 1969 Camaro X77 Z 28 in Mint condition. 4 speed manual, runs perfect, no rust, perfectly clean frame and solid car ! Buy your piece of American History Today!
CAMARO Z28, BLUE X-77, 302 NUMBERS MACHING. DROP DEAD GORGEOUS BLUE Z28 Camaro X77 CODE CAR WITH CORRECT MATCHING # DZ 302ENGINE LOADED WITH POWER OPTIONS, POWER STEERING POWER DISC BRAKES, 4 SPD . This is one beautiful 1969 Z28 wrapped in a beautiful shade of Blue with the classic white rally striping! The fit and finish on this car stands out in the crowd. The interior give the car a classy look with an awesome cockpit with clear crisp gauges. The 4 speed transmission launches this car through the gears and keeps the rubber on the road with a 12 bolt rear end. Under the hood is a beautifully detailed engine compartment with power steering and power disc brakes. The centerpiece is the #s matching DZ302 engine with Z28 valve covers. The car is rolling on a very nice set of BFG white letter tires and correct rally rims with center caps and beauty rings. Our #1 Goal is to make our customers happy with the cars we sell. We highly recommend that ALL CUSTOMERS call our staff and have very detailed discussions regarding overall condition of any classic car they are considering buying.
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