1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 X33 Lemans Blue, Crossram, Cowl Hood and Protecto 69

Price: US $79,500.00 Item location: Wesley Chapel, Florida, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: Z28
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: X33
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 38,000
  • VIN: 124379N611131
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 302 DZ
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: 4 Speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1969 Chevrolet Camaro X33

1969 Chevrolet Camaro 302 Z/28 X33 w/Cross ram Headers, Cross ram Hood with complete Factory Documentation. Great investment value! Compare the Legend Car currently listed on EBay at Double the Price!!
PROSPECTIVE BUYERS - Check out the similar car, color and options just sold at Barrett Jackson West Palm Beach for $71 + 10k in auction fees and had No cross ram, crossram cowl hood or spoilers, original sheetmetal or factory documentation. The Crossram fully documented car went for $165,000 + Auction Fees this past weekend, links below. If you're a serious buyer and want to make an offer you can thru the system, or contact me via the system and I will gladly call, discuss and take every picture needed for you to feel comfortable or come visit! This car has been completed reviewed and certified by world renowned Camaro experts and drive train professional restored by Stan Younts of Stans Restorations. The details provided below are from the all the certification and restoration process similarto what you receive from a Jerry McNeish Certification.
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Car Details
Built in Norwood Ohio as designated by X33 cowl tag. Car also has the Original 1969 Protect-O-plate and warranty booklet, and owners manual in the original factory sleeve. Documented with date correct DZ engine, original Muncie M-21 transmission and factory original 12 bolt 4.10 Posi rear end. This car maintains its originality more than a completely restored vehicle. Only a low mileage rust free vehicle like this can do that.
The summary listed below shows all the Factory original components, date codes, and details about the specifics of the car. This 1969 Camaro Z/28 would be ideal for the collector or enthusiast who likes a very nice car to drive and enjoy. This Camaro runs and drives extremely well and the sounds awesome with factory style headers, solid cross ramcamshaft and lifters. The cross ram has been professionally installed and tuned by Stanley Younts at Stan's restorations in North Carolina. The Drivetrain was restored as the car has less than 200 miles since the restoration in 2015. Just as clean as the photographs.
Original, documented, rust free 1969 Z/28 Camaros are hard to find - cars with rust free, factory sheet metal, original components and genuine documentation. This super detailed Z/28 is sure to please even the most advanced Camaro collector. As with any old 50 year car, they tend to leak and grown a bit, as they did from the factory. This is not a new factory car. If you been around these type of classic cars long enough you'll understand my point.
The Camaro offered here is a factory Lemans Blue car with white stripes. An excellent color combination for any muscle car. The car maintains all original GM quarters panels, doors, hood, trunk lid, header and lover valance panel, roof and front fenders. The car was painted over 15 years ago and has been recently wet-sanded and re-cleared for a mirror shine. The paint is super nice and appears like an original survivor car. There is a small mark on the rear quarter from a scratch and a slight bubble in the paint that doesn't show very well in photographs. There is a small crack in the front grill lower bottom hardly visible till you look for it.
This particular Camaro has a mostly original interior. Stan Restorations replaced the dash pad, installed new carpet and restored the original GM Rosewood steering wheel. The factory tachometer, dash mounted clock, and all console gauges work properly, and the original clutch and brake pedals and wiring harnesses confirm this car's original low mileage. The factory AM radio does not work, but the original AM antenna mast is present on the car and hard to find.

The hood is an original GM Cowl Induction hood that has been modified for the Cross ram installation (inside opening is different). The Cross ram intake manifold was produced in the USA and is an Officially Licensed General Motors Corporation. The new Holley list #4295 carburetors work perfectly.
I rate this car an 8 on a scale of 1-10. 10 cars are nut and bolt restorations and this car didn't need a nut and bolt restoration as it is a super nice clean survivor car to begin with. This would be a wonderful car for a guy who wants a real documented Z/28 Camaro that wants to take it out and drive it was intended.
In addition to the Cross ram installation, Stan's Restorations completely rebuild and restored the underneath of this car. The metal was so clean, un-pitted and rust free, no sand blasting was required. All new brakes and suspension parts. Everything has been inspected and replaced as needed with all made in the USA parts. Additional Pictures available upon request just ask! An entire album of photos from drive trainrestoration will come with vehicle.
Video of the car here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtSrSYJRZCM
Additional Photos here:http://stansrestorations.com/?page_id=375
SUMMARY
Vin# 124379N611131
Trim Tag:
ST 69 12437 NOR 227672 BDY
TR 711 71 71 PNT
O2D X33
Exterior: Lemans Blue (71) paint code
Interior: 711 Black bucket seat standard interior
Mileage: 38653
Documentation: Original Protect-O-Plate, Warranty Card and Owners Manual.
DRIVETRAIN
Engine: 302-290hp DZ V0128DZ (Correctly Dated Original DZ Motor but not the original motor from Factory)
Transmission: Muncie M-21 4 speed (original to car, vin present)
12 Bolt 4.10 Posi-traction rear end BV Axle Code (original to car, per protect-o-plate)
OPTIONS:
Z/28 package
Heavy duty Radiator
Fast ratio steering
Power brakes
Instrumentation tachometer and gauge package
Console
Bucket seats w/headrests
Standard seat belts front & rear w/shoulder belts
Spoilers front & rear
AM radio with original AM Antenna Mass
Style trim group
Rear bumper guards
Tinted glass
Rally Wheels
Components and date codes:
Engine pad: V0128DZ
Engine casting # 3956618 - Correct DZ Numbers and Data Range
Engine casting date A-24-9
LH Cylinder head casting # 3927186
RH Cylinder head casting # 3927186
Transmission production stamp: P9B26 M-21
Rear axle: BV V0303G
Starter: 1108367 Dated 9B16 Original Restored
Alternator: 1100837 37A Dated 9B21 (restoration alternator)
Distributor: 1111480 Dated 9B11 (restoration distributor)
Intake Manifold: Casting # 3932472
Water pump: Casting #3953692 Dated: C-19-9
Carburetor: 2 Holly list # 4295, 585 cfm
Radiator: (CB) Original dated B (February)
Radiator tag: UH
Radiator cap: RC-15
Horn relay: Original 1115890 Original restored
Voltage regulator: 1119515 Original restored
Crank pulley: 3956668 CG
Water pump pulley: 3932456 DV
Brake booster: Original GM #9204 dated 56th day 69
Master cylinder: Original GM 5468309 US dated 49th day 69
Steering gear box dated 055th day of 69
Trim rings: Original GM
Rims: Rally 15x7
TRADES
Will consider a trade for the following vehicles:1969 Camaro Big Block Pace Car in Similar Condition orShelby GT500 Super snakeShelby GT500KR + CashShelby GT500 2013/2014 Glassroof all Options + Cash
I reserve the right to end the auction at any time as the car is listed in multiple places. I can be contacted via the ebay system. I do not need help selling the car.