1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
This authentic 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 has 45,000 original miles and retains the original VIN numbers, original trim tag, original color combination, original interior, original engine, original transmission and original rear end. This car has been certified as authentic by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi-Performance, Inc. Jerry MacNeish's report and certificate are included. This Camaro is a two-time AACA Senior award winner, Concours d' Elegance of the Eastern US award winner and Good Guys Cool Camaro award winner. The AACA and Concour's d Elegance awards are included. This car is an original Norwood built Z28. As the NCRS Shipping Data Report documents this Camaro official production date was 06/10/1969 and was shipped to Reedman Chevrolet located in Langhorne, PA. It was ordered with the following options: A01- tinted glass, D55-center console, D80- spoiler equipment, G80- posi-traction w/ 3.73 gears, J52- disc brakes, M21- 4-speed transmission, N33-tilt steering column, N40- power steering, U17-special instrumentation, U63- AM radio, Z21- exterior style trim group and Z28- special engine and equipment package. The original list price was $3,889.10. This car is a documented five owner vehicle. The original owner's manual, inspection sticker from 1981, inspection sticker from 1986 and photos prior to the restoration are included. The copies of titles and inspection sticker documents the 45,000 original miles. This car was the product of a complete frame off nut and bolt restoration. The hidden VIN stamp in cowl area is original and not tampered with. This car is beautiful and in show quality condition. It's believed to retain most the original sheet metal. The body is very straight, and it has great gaps throughout. The car was refinished in its original color of Cortez Silver with black stripes. Silver is considered one of the most desirable colors among collectors. This car has a high-quality paint job that looks amazing. All of the glass is in excellent condition throughout. The car sits on the correct Goodyear Wide Tread GT E70-15 tires. This car sports its original black interior that still looks great. Only a few items have been replaced in the interior such as the shifter and carpet. It's equipped with power steering and a Rosewood wheel. The trunk compartment is very neat and organized. The engine compartment is highly detailed including the correct smog setup. It retains the original matching numbers DZ302 V8 with V0506DZ assembly date, “010” block, D189 casting date and block VIN number. It retains the original engine frame mounts with numbers #394507 and #3945508. This engine runs and sounds great out the NOS dual exhaust system. The engine is cooled by the original CB radiator tanks dated D of 1969. The engine is coupled to the original matching numbers Muncie M21- speed manual transmission with P9E09B assembly date, #660 case and VIN stamp. The power is transferred through the original matching numbers 12-bolt posi-tract 3.73 rear end with BU0528GG1 assembly date, #860NF and E189 casting date. The undercarriage is nicely detailed throughout, and it retains the original floors. Everything underneath has been restored or replaced such as the suspension and braking system. This car is the real deal and a true pedigree. This car has recently been serviced which is documented with an invoice that is included. A selection from the MS CLASSIC CARS Collection.