1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS
When only the real thing will do, this code-X33 real-deal 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is the one to quench your muscle car desire. Fully restored, including distinctive paint and DZ-code 302 V8, this is your chance to grab a dream car. Even without the allure of a true Z car, you have a deep desire for this one. When this Camaro went through its restoration, they paid special attention to making sure the factory-correct code 51 Dusk Blue looked its best. It's a less common color (nearly three times more Camaros got the lighter LeMans Blue.) So there was a real investment in a professional respray to make sure this coupe could show off its deeper, darker hue in the sunlight. The shiny paint works with super straight bodywork, to offer a combination that truly stands out on arguably the most iconic Camaro ever. The Coca-Cola bottle design lines are accented by all the correct Z/28 features, including the cowl induction hood, deep front air dam, and full-width rear spoiler. And while the dual white streaks are iconic on Camaros, fans know that only real-deal Z/28s like this one earned those stripes. The same goes for the larger 15-inch Rally wheels. This is a terrific total package that really spent the time to get the details right on this rare coupe. And because it's such an icon, it even gets the hallmark hidden headlight RS front end. More investment in this Camaro is evident the moment you open the door. The seats, door panels, and carpets are so clean that it makes for an instantly appealing classic. The dark blue interior is factory-correct, and it looks great against the coordinating exterior. Of course, the other reason why it's so appealing is that there was more attention to detail here during restoration. That's why even the factory AM/FM radio is still cranking out tunes! But the reason why you want this one is for the driving experience. The factory dual spoke steering wheel gives you a clear view to the large speedo and tach. The iconic quad auxiliary gauge package is nestled in the wood-like center console. And we know you'll never want to let go of the Hurst shifter. The engine is why the Z/28 is so special. So it's important to have a 1969-correct DZ-code 302 cubic-inch V8 under the hood (is suspected to be numbers-matching but unconfirmed.) The engine bay received just as much attention as the rest of the car during the restoration, and with only about 1,500 miles on this since completion, it almost feels like you're picking this up from the Norwood plant. When you pop the hood, people will marvel at everything from the exclusive fined valve covers to the factory-style decals. You're going to love how this one correctly inhales from a true cowl induction hood and Holley four-barrel carburetor with proper '69 date coding. The dual exhaust allows it to exhale with the kind of authority that these Z/28 were legendary for providing. Also, part of this legend is serious power and torque. You get to take full advantage of all of this thanks to the Muncie four-speed transmission (confirmed original.) There was such a solid rebuild that this performance machine can still be driven with confidence. You can truly let the motor scream to its 6,000 RPM redline without complaint and sounds magnificent doing it. The rear end has been upgraded to a 3.37 Positraction for good all-around performance, but the original 4.10 also comes with the sale if you want to always be first off the line. Control is also well in hand thanks to front disc brakes and power steering. Even the undercarriage photos confirm the level of detail in this restoration. Plus, we have the full detailed correspondence from the restorer as well as a large restoration receipt file. There are maintenance records and the owner's manual, too. Yes, this Z/28 is quite special, and if you hurry, it can all be yours. Call today!!!