1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
In the world of American muscle cars nothing is more iconic than the late 60s Mustangs and late 60s Camaro. Take a poll of everyones favorite muscle car and the 69 Camaro is guaranteed to be on the list. These cars had it all and you know they were popular since 40+ years later Chevrolet decided to make a retro modern muscle car based on the 69 Camaro. This 69 is a true Z28 and a really solid car that is entirely rust free. It is painted in a Lemans Blue with White racing stripes which look perfect on a car like this. All of the factory chrome, stainless, and emblems are in place with a beautiful shine and no pitting. The car has the cowl induction hood in place along with real spoiler which accent the stock body lines perfectly and creates a great side profile. The car rolls around on original Rally wheels with BF Goodrich tires.
Powering the car is the numbers matching 302 solid lifter V8 motor paired with a factory 4 speed manual transmission. The block and heads are painted Chevrolet Orange and it is topped with finned valve covers and the stock style Black air cleaner. Power steering and power brakes are also in place which are functioning properly.
The interior has the factory style appearance and is done in White upholstery with Black carpets and a Black dash. The dash has the factory appearance with all of the stock style knobs, gauges and switches which work with no issues. The original center console runs between the bucket seats and houses additional storage space, the factory auxiliary gauges and a Hurst shifter. The trunk of the car houses the original jack and is painted in black and topped with a houndstooth trunk mat.
Camaros have always been among the most popular muscle cars and that popularity shows no sign of going away anytime soon.
Give this Camaro a new home for $63,250.00!
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