1969 Z28 Camaro, white, black stripes, red interior. If you've always wanted a 1969 Z/28, and one that you can drive, take a look at this one. If you're like me and wanted a 69 Z since they were new, then you expect it to be a strong runner, which this one is. And you would want to drive it, not put it in a museum. I'm no expert but I have not seen another Z with this color combo. It has always drawn compliments wherever I go. Don't let too much more time go by before you pull the trigger on buying the car you've always wanted. You really need to see this car to appreciate it.
You want it to be authentic, and this one is an authentic Z as certified by MacNeish. Also I have the Body Broadcast Sheet, Protect-O-Plate, extensive documentation. The documentation includes the original Certificate of Title from when the car was purchased new in Little Rock, Arkansas.
VIN 124379N618870, Color Code 50/50 - Dover White. Interior Code 718 - Standard Red Interior
75,013 miles on the odometer as of this writing. The mileage at different points in time can be tracked using the documentation package, and there is no evidence of the odometer flipping over.
Engine is coded V0311DZ on the pad in front of the right cylinder head. On the pad by the oil fiter shows N618870. Correct carb and intake. Currently have a 650 cfm Holley vacuum secondary carburetor (0-80783C, ~$424) on the engine. Original Holley runs but needs to be remanufactured. Buyer takes both carbs. Heads are 3927186 castings, dated B 1 9 (February 1, 1969). Heads have screw-in studs and guideplates. Aluminized headers (Hooker Competition) and aluminized exhaust system (Flowmaster - with transverse muffler).
Have original distributor and it works but currently using a Pertronix D7104600 cast distributor (~$212 )for reliability reasons. The Pertronix looks identical to the original. Buyer takes both distributors.
Transmission is a M21 4-speed that is stamped P9B18B, 19N618870.
Rear end has 4.10 gears, posi. It is stamped BV032?G1, E is on the second line. I have not removed the cover.
Engine compartment was pictured in Musclecar Classics magazine. In addition to the Rally wheels with BFGs 225-60/15 on the car, I have the original wheels with period correct Goodyear Wide Tread E70-15 tires.
Based on photos in the documentation package, it appears that all original sheet metal is still on the car, but I do not know for sure.
I am a private owner and have had this car for 2 years now and have driven it on a regular basis, putting 2.5K miles on it. I have been all over the car and have worked out the bugs I have found. Other than the limitations of the 4.10 gears, I would drive this car anywhere.
I have noted things as best I know, and I'll answer questions to the best of my knowledge, but like all cars like this one it is being sold-as-is, where-is.
Due to the prevalence of scammers, any payment via Cashier's Check, Bank Check, personal check, (i.e., any check or other payment method other than cash), the funds must be in my account prior to releasing the car.