The 1969 Camaro Z28 was and still is, the most desired Camaro of all years. It was the small-block powerhouse and lots of excitement was generated in dealer showrooms as they exhibited very lavish brochures. It became a well-known American Pony car as it was designed to be for street legal racing. The Z28 gave Chevrolet the chance to qualify in SCCA racing. GMs goal was to challenge the Mustang and compete in the Trans Am series. It is still considered to be one of the great pony car, muscle car, and racer of all times.
This car is an excellent quality 1969 Z28 that has been fully restored and is in show condition. The exterior is Tuxedo Black and features the white Rally stripes. Paint is excellent show quality with no visible wear. The chrome, trim, and emblems look brand new. Body is straight and solid.
Interior is the Deluxe black bucket seat console interior and features the fold down rear seat. All interior components are in excellent condition. The padded black dash has the factory wood grain trim, and it is excellent as well. The console gauges feature 4 instruments: oil, temperature, fuel, and voltage. The gear shifter is on the console.
Engine is the 302 CID with the 4-speed manual transmission. Both engine and transmission are original to the car.
This Camaro started up right away. It drives with great performance, not only is it powerful, but it is a tight ride that hugs the curves as it was designed to do in 1969. The car came from California.
Serious buyers may view the car by appointment only. Location is in Kentucky near Louisville.