This outstanding 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 “Legend” is one of the best examples in the world. It has been certified as authentic by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi-Performance. The Camaro Hi-Performance report and certification certificate is included. It was correctly restored to high show quality standards throughout. Some of the most respected people in the Camaro community such as Jerry MacNeish, Larry Christensen, Ken Lucas, Dale Murphy, Jerry Breznicky, Guy Amado and Don Myers had a part in the restoration of this Z28. This car is one of only twenty-nine 1969 Camaro Z28’s that achieved “Legend” certification from the American Camaro Association. The judging sheets, photos and awards are included. It was a one owner vehicle until 1994 with original documentation. The original documentation is included. It retains the original color combination of Daytona Yellow with black stripes exterior and black standard bucket interior. It also retains the original matching-numbers DZ 302 V8 engine, original matching-numbers Muncie M21 Close Ratio 4-speed transmission and original matching-numbers 3.73 Positraction rear end. Tons of documentation is included. This is a rare opportunity that doesn’t come along very often.
As indicated by the original VIN tag and trim tag this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 was built on the third week of January 1969 in Norwood, OH. It was ordered with a Daytona Yellow with black stripes exterior and black standard bucket interior. It had the following options: A01 – soft ray tinted glass, B37 – Color keyed front and rear floor mats, C08 – vinyl top, D55 – Center Console, D80 – Spoiler equipment, G80 – Positraction rear axle, J52 – power disc front wheel only brakes and M21 – 4-speed close ratio transmission, N10 – dual exhaust system, N34 – Sport-styled wood grain plastic rim steering wheel, N40 – power steering, U17 – special instrumentation, U63 – pushbutton AM radio, U80 – Rear seat speaker, ZL2 – Special ducted hood, Z21 – style trim group and Z28 – special performance package. It was delivered to Rampy Chevrolet in Ann Arbor, MI. On February 25th, 1969 it was sold to Von Fletcher of Munith, MI. The original dealership Bill of Sale and original Ann Arbor Bank loan receipt is included.
In March of 1994 the original owner decided to sell the car and advertised it in Hemmings Motor News magazine. A copy of the original Hemmings ad listing is included. The car was purchased by a gentleman in Canada. The title was stamped by the U.S. Customs Detroit on March 19th, 1994 because the car was being exported to Canada. The original title is included. Many years later, the car was then sold to Joey Wigley of JenJac’s Restorations located in Georgia. JenJac’s performed an extensive rotisserie restoration which was completed in 2012. Receipts and photos of the restoration are included. Joey Wigley sold the car in 2013 to a gentleman named John L. Glover III who lives in Grapevine, TX. When John received the car it needed to be sorted out including the engine. He contacted Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish to assist. Jerry had recently certified the car and told John it would make a great candidate for the American Camaro Association “Legend Concours Class” at the Camaro Nationals. John took Jerry’s advice and started on a long journey. He spent countless hours and dollars making this Z28 as authentic as possible. This car has a ton of original or NOS dated coded parts throughout. John documented everything he did to the car from start to finish with tons of receipts, photos, videos, etc. All the receipts have been put in date order and organized in a plastic file cabinet.
The exterior of this Z28 is absolutely stunning in every sense of the word. The body is very straight with great lines throughout. The hood, doors and trunk lid function beautifully. The car was finished in its original beautiful color combination of Daytona Yellow with black racing stripes. Jerry MacNeish’s report states, “The stripe position is very good”. The paint is show quality throughout and looks amazing. This car originally came with a black vinyl top but the decision was made to not re-install the vinyl top. The vinyl top molding trim is included if the new buyer decides to have a vinyl top installed. All of the glass is new and is crystal clear. Everything on the exterior has been restored or replaced such as the window trim, wipers, antenna, mirrors, front grille, headlights, front bumper, front spoiler, door handles, lower moldings, taillight bezels, taillights and rear bumper. The car sits on the correct date coded 15” rally wheels with Goodyear Wide Tread GT E70-15 tires. This is one sporty looking Z28!
The interior of this Z28 is in like-new condition throughout. It was restored in its original color of black which complements the exterior perfectly. Everything in the interior has been restored or replaced such as the headliner, sun visors, rear view mirror, dash pad, dash, gauges, steering wheel, radio, console and gauges, door panels, door window cranks, door handles, seats, seat belts, carpet and rubber floor mats. Everything in the interior is in working order such as the dome light, gauges, horn, radio, heat and clock. Sitting in this car is taking a trip back to 1969. The trunk compartment has also been completely restored. It was finished in the correct trunk splatter paint. It houses a spare tire, date coded jack tools and trunk mat.
The engine compartment of this Z28 is highly detailed throughout. Jerry MacNeish’s report states, “Excellent, very good attention to detail”. The firewall was finished in the correct black finish with yellow overspray and colored stencils. The car is powered by its original matching-numbers DZ302 V8 that runs beautiful. The engine has a V0116DZ assembly date, “618” block, casting A149, 302-290HP V8 with VIN stamp by oil filter. This engine was completely rebuilt by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi-Performance. Receipts, photos and videos of the engine rebuild are included. It was dyno tested with 366HP @ 6600 RPM. The dyno sheet and video on dyno are included. The engine was dressed with many original or NOS date coded parts. Some of these parts include intake, carburetor, distributor, valve covers, etc. The engine compartment also has many original or NOS date coded parts such as the master cylinder, power brake booster, steering box, alternator, water pump, starter, fuel pump, voltage regulator, horns, battery, radiator, fan, etc. The engine breathes through date coded exhaust manifolds and a Gardner correct style dual exhaust system. The engine is coupled to the original matching-numbers Muncie M21 close ratio 4-speed manual transmission. The transmission has a P9A14B assembly date, #3925660 case with VIN stamp 19N584943. The power is transferred to the original matching-numbers 12-bolt rear end. The rear end has a BU0116G2 assembly date, A119 casting date #860NF with positraction with 3.73 gears.
The undercarriage is also highly detailed throughout. Jerry MacNeish’s report states, “Excellent floors restored to new condition, good attention to detail”. This undercarriage is detailed enough to be displayed with mirrors and lights at a car show. All of the factory tags and markings were added. Everything underneath was restored or replaced such as the steering components, suspension system and braking system. This undercarriage is lights out!
This is your opportunity to own of the best 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28’s known to exist!
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