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1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28 Outshines The Competition

By Steven Symes Oct 04, 2019
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By Steven Symes Oct 04, 2019
This X-33 code car benefits from a very well-done restoration.

While you have your choice of quite a few classic Camaros, not all of them are on the same level. Standing head and shoulders above most is this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. The fact it’s an X-33 code model is enough to pique the attention of quite a few collectors. A meticulous restoration will get everyone else on board, because this car is not only a performer, it’s a drop-dead gorgeous set of wheels. Thanks to AllCollectorCars.com, you have a chance to put this ride in your garage.

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Hugger Orange makes this Z/28 feel vibrantly alive, as if it were a beast ready to pounce at any moment. It’s the perfect color to showcase those perfectly muscular body panels, plus it looks great with White stripes and vinyl top. With that kind of an exterior, the interior has a tough act to follow. But the deluxe houndstooth seats, woodgrain accents, full center console, and perfect black dash live up to the lofty standard.

This is a car for true enthusiasts, or people who have discerning automotive tastes. Nestled under that beautiful cowl hood is a numbers-matching, rebuilt DZ302 Turbo Fire V8, providing not only solid power, but also a great exhaust note. Bolted up to that is a numbers-matching Muncie M21 4-speed manual transmission. As the driver, you’re privileged to use a Hurst shifter and linkage. From there, a numbers-correct rear posi with 3.23 gears provides quite the authentic experience. Also included are front disc brakes, variable-ratio power steering, and a performance-tuned dual exhaust.

Plenty of amazing details abound throughout inside and out, like the factory tach with a 6000 rpm redline and the correct AM/FM radio. Gauges are included in the full-length center console. The GM Rally wheels include center caps and trim rings, so you get the complete look. You’ll even find the factory jack in the trunk, demonstrating just how faithfully this car has been restored to the very last detail.

A first-gen Chevy Camaro Z/28 will always attract a crowd, but one like this is something to stop and bask in its glory. If you want to bid on it, register on the site here. Just remember, this Chevy will be gone in a matter of days, so don’t wait too long. Or you can check out the other vehicles headed to auction.


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