Price: - Item location: Cypress, California, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: Z28
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Z28
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 1,869
  • VIN: 12437N629697
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 302 cu in (4.9 L) V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: Coupe
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

This auction is for an original 1969 Z-28 which has been in the collection of a friend (and client) of mine for the last twenty years. When the car was acquired in 1997, the odometer read 00002 miles (It had been reset to all zeros when the restoration was done). It now has a little over 1800 miles on it. The original, numbers matching DZ 302 engine has a factory GM cross ram set-up on it, and the correct carburetors were recently rebuilt by Holley. There are two hood/air filter set ups that are included with the car; one of them is pictured on the car (steel cowl hood), and another one (not pictured) which is a fiberglass cowl hood painted to match the car. A large black factory style cross ram air cleaner (with a foam seal) that mates to the underside of that hood is also included. The car is currently running with an electronic ignition "cheater" style distributor (looks stock), but the original dual point distributor is also included. There is also a special GM NOS cross ram cam kit which also goes with the car (last picture). The 4 speed transmission works flawlessly, but is not believed to be the original transmission. The numbers stamped on right side of the case are: "P9B28A", and "19B361011" for anyone who wants to decode them. There is also another shifter handle / mechanism that is included with the car, too. The 12 bolt axle is 4:11 to 1 Positraction, and I think a second set of gears (3:73) is also included. The car runs, drives and stops very nicely with no problems to report. It has always been garage kept since the owner acquiredit, and fed a diet of high octane fuel. The car has had the heater and radio delete items when the owner got it in 1997, so these are believed to be original GM parts. The interior (carpet/seats/headliner) is in excellent condition with no rips or tears, and all the gauges work like they should. The owner added a tilt steering column to make it more comfortable for him to drive. Interior also features a console with the gauge pack, and a wood grain steering wheel. The data plate under the hood indicates that this is an original green/green car. I inspected the paint & body work carefully and while it is presentable, it does has a few dings here and there. I also noted areas that appear to be possibly either touch ups or repairs, and I suspect a good color sand and buff would help. An appraiser was hired to estimate the value of this Z28 for insurance purposes several years, and he pegged the value at over $100k, so I guess he was impressed with it. The report is included with the car, as is some other miscellaneous paperwork. However, no window sticker, build sheet or factory invoice has ever been found. The car was reputedly owned by Reggie Jackson in the 1990's. As a friend and restorer of the owner, I will say that he takes the very best care of whatever he owns, and always makes sure that everything is in top working order. I believe the reason he is disposing of this car is to make room for a new acquisition, which is a little agreement he has with his spouse to insure domestic tranquility. I have been retained to handle the sale of this car, and if you are living or planning to be in the Southern California area (Orange County) and would like to view this car, contact me at 714-952-4052 (Greg) and I can set up a viewing. One note: I am not a Chevrolet expert and am going on what the owner has told me about the various aspects of this car and it's equipment. Hopefully I can help you with any questions you may have.

On Jul-14-17 at 05:51:06 PDT, seller added the following information:

The car is currently registered with the California vanity license plate "69_XRAM", and they are included with the car.