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1865 McGee Ln, Ste F-G
Lewisville, TX 75077

(214) 544-6980

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Z-28

Price

$105,000

Mileage

28,202

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Vehicle Info

condition
Condition
Used
engine
Engine
V8 5.0L
transmission
Transmission
Manual
drivetrain
Drivetrain
RWD
fuel
Fuel
Gasoline
exterior-color
Exterior Color
Lemans Blue
interior-color
Interior Color
Black
stock
Stock #
5080
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VIN
124379N565080
Fuel Economy
CITY
N/A
fuel-economy
HWY
N/A
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Description

1969 Chevy Camaro Z-28 PRESENTED BY: GARRETT CLASSICS classic and collector car sales and consignment 1865 McGee Lane, Ste F Lewisville, TX 75077 please call Maris at 214-616-2317 with questions We are very proud to present this very nice 1969 Camaro Z-28. It is a real Z-28 X77 code. It has a date correct engine, but not the one it was born with. FEATURES INCLUDE: 302 cu V-8 (non matching but date correct DZ code) Cross Ram Muncie 4 Speed Transmission 12 Bolt Posi Rear End 3.73 Gears 6000 rpm Redline Tach w/Maximum 7000 rpm 12 Bolt Eaton Posi Rear Endura Urethane Front Bumper Power Steering Power Brakes Discs Front Drums Rear Original Trim Tag Correct Lemans Blue w/ Black Interior The car was certified in 2016 by a well known classic muscle car dealer from Phoenix, AZ, Mike Kaiser of Arizona Muscle Cars. For those of you who prefer to read the stats instead of looking at all of the photos, here they are. Photos will back up all numbers: VIN#- 124379N565080 - First registered Feb. 1969 12437- V8 2-door coupe 9N565080- Assembled Dec 1968 Engine Pad- 19L514557 V1219DZ V- Flint Michigan 1967 and up 1219 Assembled Dec 19 1968 DZ- 302 ci 290hp Z-28 4 speed manual 19L 1969 model year Los Angeles Plant 514557- production number indicates assembly started Dec. 1968 Firewall- PBT-X-M21- BLU Paint, Body Trim -X Code- Muncie 4 speed- Blue Drivetrain- Engine casting number 3956618 -date-L 178 (Dec. 17, 1968) Heads ( 3927186 Date- J268 Oct. 26, 1968) Transmission 3885010- Muncie 4 speed - Date- P7T01 Dec. 1, 1967 Rear End- BU-1213-G-E BU-3.73 Ratio 12 Bolt Posi 1213- Dec 13G Detroit Axle Plant 2nd Shift E Eaton Cowl Tag - 12C Car Assembly Started 3rd week of Dec. 1968 Norwood OH 71-71 Lemans Blue 711 Black Vinyl Trim X77- Z28- Special Performance Equipment/ Rally Stripes ( The X codes were a mid- production year addition to Norwood's Camaros beginning with trim tag body date 12B) If a car was built prior to 12B(2nd week of Dec) then the trim tag won't show the X33 or X77 Tachometers were optional in 67,68, and 69 Z-28s. During the 69 production year there were 3 choices of tachs. Before Jan- Fe. the optional tach was the 6000 rpm redline with 7000 rpm maximum. Starting in Ja.-Feb, the 6000 rpm redline had an 8000 rpm max, and the very late production cars had the 6500 rpm redline with 8000 max. The black bucket seat interior is very nice on this Z-28. This car is all about the numbers. The person who restored it painstakingly researched and found all of the correct engine and transmission parts with casting numbers all within the correct month and year that the car was originally built. The car was built starting the 3rd week of Dec. 1968. You will see photos of all of the casting numbers and block stamping showing that it is very accurate even though it's not the "born with" engine. There is no way to determine if a Camaro is a true Cross Ram, because this was never an option from the manufacturer. It was something the dealer could get for you and install, or customers could order the set up and install it themselves. These full set ups are selling for a great deal of money today. You will see that the block is stamped with the DZ code which is a 1969 302 /290hp manual transmission 4 speed. It also shows that it was built on Dec 19th which is also the same time frame as the car build. This next photo shows that the block does not match the VIN#. It does however show all numbers including the transmission were built in Dec. 1968 at the same time the car was built. In the photos you will see the Winters intake numbers with their "snowflake" casting marks. Another original feature was the teak wood steering wheel. This is not the original. We have photos of : Block date code shows December 1968. Block casting number. Head Numbers You can see the X77 on the trim tag showing that this is a real Z-28, and also this number would not be on a car built before Dec.

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Garrett Classics

1865 McGee Ln, Ste F-G
Lewisville, TX 75077