All correct, numbers matching Z/28 in rare color of Burnished Brown Metallic over Ivory interior! Norwood built X-77 car that received an excellent frame-off restoration with show worthy results by previous owner of 37 years! Retaining all factory smog equipment, number’s matching engine, inspection markings, and fitted with several favored factory options that include vinyl…
All correct, numbers matching Z/28 in rare color of Burnished Brown Metallic over Ivory interior! Norwood built X-77 car that received an excellent frame-off restoration with show worthy results by previous owner of 37 years! Retaining all factory smog equipment, number’s matching engine, inspection markings, and fitted with several favored factory options that include vinyl roof, power steering, deluxe interior with console gauges, and more! A superb investment!
This is a number’s matching 1969 Camaro Z28 Sport Coupe. It was built new in Norwood, OH the 4th week of March 1969 with a proper X77 trim tag. Finished in code correct Burnished Brown (61) with white stripes and standard Ivory/Black vinyl interior (727) and White Vinyl roof. Under the hood resides the original DZ-code 302ci V8 proving 290 factory rated horsepower. Options include Muncie wide-ratio 4-speed transmission with center console, front & rear spoilers, 15×7” rally wheels wrapped in Firestone Wide Oval Super Sport F70-15 white letter tires, cowl induction hood, original 12-bolt Posi-traction rear axle with factory 3.31 Posi-Traction gear ratio, Full Instrumentation with dash tachometer and console gauges, with large rear bumper guards, power front disc brakes, day/night rearview mirror, dual outside mirrors, deluxe seatbelts with retractors, all Soft-Ray window glass, Z21 style trim group; roof rail drip molding, black body sills, simulated rear quarter louvers, headlight/taillight accents, and wheel well lip moldings. It maintains the correct special suspension with staggered rear shocks and 4-leaf rear springs along with front sway bar, heavy duty 21” radiator & 6-blade clutch fan, deep grove pulleys, Winters aluminum intake & finned valve covers, Holley carburetor, “double hump” solid lifter heads, and power steering.
Today, the odometer states just 71,271 miles that are believed to be actual. It will come complete with owner’s manual & sleeve, service manual, assembly & restoration manual. The car has been through one major show worthy restoration that included an complete drivetrain rebuild, new exterior paint, new chrome bumpers & guards, all weather stripping, all new suspension components front to back, complete fuel delivery system, fresh brake components, new interior carpet & underlayment, seating upholstery, door panels, trunk mat, and so much more! It was upgraded to HEI ignition with billet distributor, but retains correct GM hoses/ tower clamps, smog equipment, inspection stamps & markings, proper chambered exhaust, even the BF Goodrich Space Saver spare tire. We encourage anyone interested to see this car in person. Please free to call representative Jon Faust at (314) 993-7104 with any additional questions, request additional photos, or to schedule a viewing appointment. Vehicle is stored at the climate-controlled St. Louis Car Museum & Sales in Overland, MO.
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