1969 Camaro Real Z/28 Pro-Steet Tubbed ZZ502/6 Speed

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: z/28
  • Year: 1969
  • VIN: 124379n633956
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: zz502
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Chevrolet Camaro 1969 Description

1969 Camaro - Full professional frame off restoration.Real z/28 tag and title.I bought this car not to long ago from the person who had it built from the ground up in Pittsburgh by a well know shop.I did the small finishing touches. He never drove it. It had maybe 126miles on it when I got it. I'd guess about 300 miles on it now.

HIGHLIGHTS:Real Z/28 trim tag and title (title in hand)Full restored, ground up. Everything is new. Over $110,000 spent with receipts to prove it.
zz502 500hp Crate Engine NEW - Perfect (Royal Purple Oil)PS/PB6 speed manual TKO with Hydraulic clutch, works smooth! Great for highway cruising. Plated headersTigerCage roll cage - comes with a behind the seat bar that I have out right now.New lower tubular control arms and springs last month4 wheel alignment last month to line up the rear suspension (had a small dog track)New rear axle seals last month (Had a small seep, but perfect now)The factory gauges are restored perfect but the speedo/gas gauge do not work. I haven't dug into it but assume the mechincial speedo works it is just not adapted to the TKO. The gas gauge should work, I see the fuel cell has the lines wired and ran for it. Again, haven't ever looked into it.
I have started installing to very nice digital gauges for Volts, coolant temp, oil psi etc. I have volts and coolant done. I have not installed the Oil Psi fitting yet, but it is ready to do and not hard.

SEE A CLIP OF IT DURING RESTO!Click here: YouTube link

SEE MORE PHOTOS AND INFO HERE!Click here: Google Drive photos

1. Small paint bubble on the hood, just started 2 weeks ago. Fiberglass must be "breathing". So the hood needs a spot paint2. The upper rollcage to inner loop bracket cracked, it is a bolt on piece just needs replaced.

You can jump in and drive this car anywhere. It is very very nice, inside and out. The restoration company put almost all new parts in her. I have lists I can share with all the part #'s and pricing that was used.

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