Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to present this stunning
'69 Camaro Z/28. This legend is sporting a correct DZ302 block
under the hood backed to a 4-speed manual transmission. Turn the
key and a throaty rumble pours out the dual tipped exhaust. Pop the
shifter into first and this Camaro rolls from a stop with easy. Lay
your foot into it a bit more and see just how potent that 5.0l
engine is! The polyglass tires struggle for grip in first gear, but
they still keep this blue streak moving down the road like a
rocket. The Z/28 is believed to be mostly original interior, though
one repaint has been done and it looks fantastic. The correct
"X-77" code is on the dash, and the original Protect-O-Plate comes
with the vehicle. The vehicle is all original sheet metal, and is
believed to have only 26,500 original miles, though it is
undocumented. The Muncie M-21 transmission shifts like a dream on
this factory race car. This very correct 1969 Camaro Z/28 is sure
to get you lots of attention on the road and at any cruise night.
Options include: AM/FM Radio, Spare Tire, Seat Belts, Vinyl
Interior, Rally Wheels, Bias Ply Tires with Raised White Letters,
and a Limited Slip Rear Axle. For more information on this stunning
1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 contact our Chicago showroom at (708)
444-4488 or [email protected] To see more HD photos
and an HD video of the vehicle running and driving please visit
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