Summit Classics is offering one of the most famous and desirable of all the great High Performance packages available in the muscle car era is the 1969 Camaro Z28. It is one of those cars that was created to comply with the racing rules, in this case, the Trans Am Racing. This real Z28 (VIN 124379NXXXXXX) comes with the lightweight 302 4V rated at 290 HP and pumps out some serious RPM levels. Equipped with the factory 4 speed manual transmission and Power Steering and Power front disc brakes. These are a well balanced car that really handles and is a joy to drive. Truly one of my personal all-time favorites (along with the Boss 302 Mustang), Be sure to check out all the photos on this beauty. The paint is perfect (and what a great colour on this car) as is the interior, underside, engine compartment and trunk. If this is one of those cars that you have been looking for to add to your collection or this is your one and only dream car, don’t miss this one. This is one of those cars that will do nothing but appreciate in value. The car comes dealer certified and qualifies for our financing and extended warranty. With 15% down, pay 1375 per month for 36 months, buy back of 35600, payment program for Ontario residents only., HST extra, OAC.
89,000 Cdn or 71,500 US
FOR MORE INFORMATION: CALL SCOTT 416-741-6221 or [email protected] Note to US customers: We can arrange shipping anywhere in the US, broker across the border (approx. $250), no tax and no Duty. Fully insured. We are located 15 minutes from the Toronto International Airport.
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