This 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has a sweet-looking paint package,
a loaded A/C interior, and numbers-matching V8 power. But what
makes this coupe absolutely irresistible is that this is the first
time it is ever being offered outside of its first family.
We are told the consignor bought this coupe from his brother, and
he purchased it new in California. So it has been under the care of
one family all its life, and the overall condition upholds the
feeling of exceptional respect. The panels are straight, the glass
is clean, and even the plastic details look good. So it's believed
that the low odometer (averaging around 1,800 miles annually)
likely represents the full mileage on the car. Respect and care
also mean spending money to keep it looking great. There were
investments around 2014 that add to the impressive presentation.
The first place you see it is in the paint. The quality application
gives it a slick shine today. It makes for a great way to showcase
the crisp Z/28 stripes. The yellow and orange package does an ideal
job of showing off the Z-car's sporty details, like the long hood
scoop trim, wraparound chin spoiler, and three-piece rear spoiler.
And the black Z/28 lettering goes well with the blackout grille,
bezels, and rear panel. Fender vents, sport mirrors, and
color-matches Z/28 wheels complete an impressive vintage
The full black interior is also factory correct, and the quality
feel of many places like upholstery, dash, and much more tells
there has been the right mix of car and investments. It's loaded
with factory features like power windows, power locks, and a rear
defogger. It's a very stock look, right down to the button-top
seatbacks and working dome light. But there are a few
well-integrated upgrades like a retro-the AM/FM digital tuner, and
the factory air conditioning is now blowing cold with R134a
refrigerant. You're going to love this for how comfortable it is to
drive. High-back bucket seats, an armrest center console, the
special corded NK4 steering wheel on a tilt column, and a full set
of gauges are all part of this Z-car's driver-oriented setup.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. It looks
stock and well-kept appearance, but the newer valve covers,
alternator, and HEI distributor signal the right investments to
keep this a strong runner. The V8 inhales deeply with a stock-style
four-barrel carburetor, and the upgraded headers let this exhale
with added power and rumble from the dual exhaust. Part of the
refresh in 2014 also included tie rods, shocks, power steering
work, sway bar bushings, and diff reseal. It makes for a more
confident driver. Adding to this easy enjoyment attitude are
features like power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a
three-speed automatic transmission.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and build receipts.
This is a single-family Camaro that has the classic Z/28 style you
love, and the right investments to keep you driving with pride. So
don't miss this deal, call today!