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1969 Chevrolet Camaro

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Looking at the collector car market over the past several years, it's obvious that there are few safer places to park some cash than in a real-deal, Camaro Z/28. They aren't skyrocketing in value like the Hemis did, so you won't lose your shirt, but buying a quality example like this is as safe as any investment gets. Few collector cars can deliver the same promise. This beautifully restored Z/28 is finished in its original code 50 Dover White with black stripes, and looks like a million bucks. The rotisserie restoration returned a solid original car to better-than-new condition in every way, with outstanding gaps and paint that would make a GM designer in 1969 weak in the knees. The restorer took no liberties, and everything is as it was when the car was delivered new, including the quarter panel trim, folding RS headlights, and the traditional ducktail spoiler out back. The optional cowl induction hood is a steel piece that remains fully functional, feeding the high-winding 302 a steady diet of cool, clean air from the base of the windshield. The stripes follow the correct pattern, narrow at the front and wider at the rear so that they appear parallel when viewed from the front. All the chrome and stainless is fresh, and it wears correct badges in all the right places. The black bucket seat interior is anything but basic. Fresh seat covers, including the federally-mandated headrests, were installed when the car was restored in 2007, but with less than 550 miles since it was completed, everything is still new inside. This car is loaded with options, including a lovely woodgrained center console with white-faced auxiliary gauges and a correct AC tach in the dash. There have been no deviations from stock in this high-point F-body, so that means the original AM radio remains in the dash, the stock steering wheel still manages the front wheels, and factory seat belts have been restored and re-webbed. In back, the spotless trunk offers correct spatter-finish paint and zero trace of rust or repairs. The legendary DZ code 302 cubic inch V8 was built by stuffing a 283 crank inside a 327 block, and the over-square design makes the Z love to rev. Some of GM's best heads were installed up top to feed the snarling small block, and an oversized carburetor makes sure it doesn't starve. Expertly detailed for show, the engine bay shows Chevy Orange paint on the block, proper finned aluminum valve covers, and reproduction hoses and clamps throughout. Even the original exhaust manifolds were retained and not coated, so they look just like they would have moments after rolling off the transporter. Power steering and power disc brakes make it easy to drive, and a highly detailed chassis will help bring home the trophies. Four Rally wheels wear authentic reproduction E70-15 Goodyear bias-ply tires, as original. This is an investment-grade Z/28, don't miss this chance and call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.

Reference Number 170306

as of 6/22/2012

Overview
Car 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
VIN 124379N577378 
Mileage 522 miles 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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