Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas as we celebrate our 22nd year in the
classic and muscle car business. The word 'legendary' is often
overused these days, but no other word is as accurate when
discussing a 1969 ZL-1 Camaro. Born out of the success of Jim
Hall's Chaparral/Chevrolet aluminum big blocks in the Can Am racing
series, the ZL-1 was suggested by Chevrolet dealer Fred Gibb as a
ringer for the upcoming Pro Stock class in NHRA drag racing.
Although prohibitively expensive, the ZL-1 (COPO 9560) became an
instant legend and remains so to this day. Our gorgeous Le Mans
Blue (71) 1969 Camaro is a worthy and thunderous tribute to these
iconic beasts. Lurking beneath the correct steel ZL-2 cold air
induction hood is one of only 427 GMPP Anniversary Edition 427 ci
all-aluminum engines produced. Manufactured on the same tooling as
the originals, these firebreathers are stuffed with goodies
including a forged steel crankshaft, forged steel rods, forged
aluminum pistons, a BIG hydraulic roller cam, and aluminum heads
sporting enormous 2.19/1.88 intake/exhaust valves. Additional
features include power steering, power front disc brakes, Vintage
Air A/C, Tremec 5-speed manual transmission, tilt steering column,
Rally wheels, correct Ivory and Black interior trim (727), and an
AM/FM stereo. Documentation includes two large photo journals
detailing the rotisserie restoration and numerous dynamometer
sheets from the extensive tuning that resulted in 488 hp and 503
lb-ft of torque. An absolutely thrilling car at a fraction of the
price of an original. I was at an auction a few years ago and got
to see and touch one of the original 69 that sold for $600,000.
This is a top-shelf tribute that will put a smile on your face and
a dent in your tire budget! Street Dreams (830-997-1950) is a full
service dealership that can assist with worldwide delivery,
insurance, and financing options.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Exterior Color:Lemans Blue
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