Despite the gas crisis and political arena in 1979, the Chevrolet
set a sales record with 282,582 Camaros produced. A record 84,877
Z28 Camaros were sold in 1979. The dashboard got a new design from
the former wraparound dash to a squared dash. The instrument
cluster face plate was re-designed, and a rear window electric grid
defrost was added as a new feature instead of forced air. For the
Z28, a new 3-piece front spoiler with new graphics wrapped around
the front of the car. This is a great 79 Z28 for someone who wants
to do some tinkering. This car came from the original owner who had
it parked in his garage since 1982. It has the original black paint
which is still in very good condition. Interior is the black bucket
seat console interior. All components are still in great condition.
The interior needs a good cleaning and detail job. It will then
look new. Engine is the 350 CID/175 HP and is paired with the
automatic transmission. The engine is not running but it is free.
The gas tank will need to be pulled and cleaned or replaced. The
brake lines will need to be flushed. The new owner will have a very
nice looking Z28 that is a 2-owner car. This Z28 is located in the
Kentucky area. It is available for viewing by appointment only.
1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
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