Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present for sale,
on consignment, this stunning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Tribute.
The heart of this beast comes by way of a Holley Sniper electronic
fuel injected 454 cubic inch V8 crate motor with just 500 miles on
it and the Muncie 4 speed manual transmission. We have a title with
Box A mileage of 21,079 on the chassis. Power is sent through a 12
bolt rear end housing 3:73 gears with posi-traction. A full set of
Wilwood disc brakes on all four corners make sure you can bring
this baby back down safely from breakneck speeds. Ride comfort
comes by way of all new Hotchkis suspension components including
stabilizer bars to help hug those corners. To help aid in the
cornering department this car has a set of American Racing Torque
Thrust polished wheels with Toyo Extenza HP tires size 225/45/ZR17
in the front and 235/45/ZR17 in the rear. Inside you will find a
beautiful set of black vinyl bucket seats with a center console as
a great accent to the Hugger Orange paint with black racing
stripes. Power steering and power brakes aid in the driving
experience and this was a factory A/C car but the compressor and
lines have been removed as well as the heater core. The factory
radio is in place but will need repairs to get it working. This is
a fine example of a Camaro from 1969 and the next lucky owner could
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Exterior Color:Hugger Orange
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