1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Clone Survivor

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Year: 1969
Mileage: 36,000
VIN: 124379N689587
Color: Yellow
Engine: 350
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Round Rock, Texas, United States

Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1969

Here is an excellent Driver 1969 Camaro Z28 Clone.It was originally a 327 Base car - Daytona Yellow with Houndstooth interior. When I got it 2 years ago, it had clearly been in storage for a while.
The exterior is 90% original - with some repairs on the lower door panels (see pics). Stripes and Z28 badges were added prior to me owning the car - probably in the 80s. I have replaced nearly the entire interior, as it was a disaster when I got it. New rear bumper, as there was a dent in the driver side (partially damaged the body - see pics) Paint is original! Body Panels are original! That being said, the paint and body panels do show as a 50 year old car would - so don't expect perfection. It looks great from 10-15 feet, but certainly has some flaws. No holes, some VERY minor surface rust in various spots - but still excellent for a 50 year old car!
The engine is a 70's 350, with a complete upper rebuild within the last 2 years. Compression tested, tuned, and runs great. There is a new complete exhaust from chrome headers to factory style dual exhaust with downturned outlets. It has a new gas tank and fuel lines as well.
The 3 speed transmission shifts perfectly, though there is an intermittent leak from the pan - new chrome pan has been installed, but could probably use some extra sealer around one of the bolts. New front disc brakes and master cylinder have been installed - the front drums had difficulty keeping up with the power.
It has a retro style radio with bluetooth, USB and aux cables tucked under the dash. It also has an Alpine 10" sub, Alpine amp, new 6x9 and 6.5 inch speakers throughout. Sounds great, but not as good as the rumble of the V8. Trunk is completely solid with new houndstooth mat. The chassis is great, though there are 3 holes - a dime size under driver floor, quarter size under passenger rear floor, and dime size under passenger side front. I have painted those to stop the spread, and given the size, and how solid the floors are, I opted to keep it original rather than cut it. When gutted, I sanded and painted the complete interior metal to stop and possible rust - though it's very solid. Doors open and close without dipping, all glass is original, and works great (front door cranks are extended, and could use some fine tuning, but work fine with some angle pressure).
This is a driver for sure, though it could be made a show car with exterior work and some minor tweaks. I have not wanted to work on the exterior, as complete cars are getting to be extremely rare.
This is my personal car, though I am a dealer, so I can accept a loan check if needed. I'd prefer to keep it a private sale, though, rather than consign. Please don't hesitate to reach out to me with any questions. I am happy to arrange shipping, but that will be buyer's expense.

On Jul-02-18 at 19:32:56 PDT, seller added the following information:

A couple things I forgot to mention:
-New Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor and air cleaner-Almost all the lights work (left outer rear light does not work, but the inner left one does, and both right work) - brakes, guage lights, glovebox, turn signals, reverse lights, corner lights, brights (via footswitch) etc all work-Horn works-New headliner-Antenna is not connected - I accidentally closed it behind the passenger kick panel, and left it there, since I just listen to USB or phone.-Wipers don't work. Never traced the issue, since I wouldn't drive it in the rain
I THINK that covers it - as I mentioned, don't hesitate to reach out to me with questions.