The Z28 reached its zenith in 1969. On the street, where a
performance car's reputation could be either made or broken, the
Z28 became a favorite for performance.
This stunning 1969 Z28 DZ 302ci has undergone a meticulous full
restoration. A complete history of ownership and mileage is
provided. IN 1973 (11/21/73) miles on this beauty were 55,676 to
date is only 57,473 miles. All numbers matching and factory-correct
inside and out.
The show stopping Daytona Yellow and Black Z28 Racing Stripes is
one of the most vibrant color combinations offered on a Camaro. The
Super Scoop Cowl Hood, front Air Dam, and D80 rear Spoiler lets
EVERYONE know this is "The REAL DEAL." The aggressive look of the
15-inch Rally Wheels with the correct Goodyear Wide Tread GT tires
is as close to showroom new as one can get. This is 10 out of 10
The Yellow Hounds Tooth interior with center console, chrome manual
shifter, and console gauge package is immaculate condition. A title
steering column and a true 3-spoke soft grip Z28 Steering wheel
makes the heart race.
Power front disc brakes, T-3 Headlights, rear window defroster/dash
switch are just a few comforts this legend has to offer. 1969 Z28
is 100% PERFECT!!!!
VIN 124379N6796641, Block #3970010, Heads #3927186, Trans 3925660 &
3857584, Bell Housing 3858403, Rear End 87890 & 6969341 NF
Add this high end Camaro to your collection for $95,000.00!
This car is being represented for a collector in the Seattle,
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