1969 Chevrolet Z28 Nickey Camaro Coupe now on Consignment through Gulf Coast Exotic Auto! This Camaro is in the Nickey Camaro Registry Magazine. Only 256 miles since restoration. This is a super rare Z28 is equipped with a 302 inch Z28 V8 with original M21 four-speed transmission. Factory hounds tooth design upgraded in the early 1970's. Camaro has all matching numbers. This car is in the Nickey Registry, Rare color code 67 Burgundy. Heavy Duty rear end with Posi traction and 3.73 gearing. #1 Concourse restored car is in perfect condition. It retains all of the performance upgrades from Nickey Chevrolet, the owner has the original Protecto plate with Nickey Chevrolets Name still on it. Also has power windows and fold down rear seat. This is a chance to own a piece of Nickey Chevrolet History one of a kind car. We Offer Finance Options, We Take Trade-Ins, Free Airport Pick up, and World Wide Shipping. If you are interested or have any questions please call Brandon 228-697-3301 or Chris 228-547-3600.
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