One of the most distinguished Camaros ever was not a Big Block car,
instead it was the high revving 302 Cubic Inch V8 that they
installed in the first generation Camaros. Fewer engines of the
time were capable of producing such great power from such a small
displacement and with such a high level of reliability. In fact,
the 69 Z/28 sporting the DZ 302 was also and is also a pretty rare
find, only just over 20,000 Z/28's were produced out of a total of
about 250,000 Camaros for 1969. What we have here is a real gem of
a Camaro. The consignor of this car bought the car back in 2012 as
you see it. He enjoyed the car and just had a pretty big service
completed at the tune of $3,300 at a restoration shop to make the
car dialed in. This car is a X77 Z/28 with what appears to be the
original engine and drivetrain. I have enclosed pictures of the
transmission numbers and engine pad. It is equipped with the Muncie
4-speed, still a solid lifter car with power brakes. The car was
restored back in around 2005 and was finished in what is supposed
to be Dusk Blue, code 51 but it appears a little darker than that.
The original color was Glacier blue. The interior was redone in its
original color of blue, which I think is a great color and is in
great condition. It was also finished off with some period correct
mini-lite wheels. The originals are available if wanted. This car,
starts, runs and goes down the road fantastic. There are no leaks,
or smoke or funky smells. We welcome any and all inspections. There
is plenty of information out there about these X77 Z/28 cars. The
body tag and VIN tag were painted over for some reason but the
numbers are still visible and we can answer any questions.
Gr Auto Gallery, LLC and our sister company, Wheelz Sales and
Leasing Inc. makes every effort to represent each vehicle
accurately and with integrity. We also welcome third party
inspections when necessary. Although we try to do our very best to
be accurate in our description writing we are human and do make
mistakes. Unless otherwise noted, All vehicles are sold AS IS, No
Warranty Expressed or Implied. All sales final.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Exterior Color:Fathom Blue
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