1969 Camaro Z28 RPO X77 Cert of Authenticity from GM with Owner History #'s Car

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: Z28
Type: Coupe
Trim: Z/28
Year: 1969
Mileage: 99999
VIN: 124379N617053
Color: Blue
Engine: 302
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Baytown, Texas, United States

Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1969

1969 Camaro Z/28
TRIM TAG has never been removed
RPO (Regular Production Options)-Z28 Special Performance Package
DZ 302 motor
M21 Close Ratio 4 spd
BU 3.73 posi 12 bolt
7171 Lemans Blue
GM of Canada documentation. Vintage Vehicle Services has provided and documented this car in its entirety. Picture provided showing details.
Certificate of Authenticity X77 Z/28
This is a very real and clean Z28. Do your homework before buying a 69 Z28.
Correct code 7171 Lemans blue.
This is a highly original car. This is a clean survivor type Z/28 and not a frame off restoration. The car was last known to have been painted in about 2002.
I've posted pics of DZ motor in the car. Pictures also included of the matching M21 and pictures of the rear end.
Carburator is original (pic included)Starter is originalAlternator is not
I can get any other numbers that you are looking for.
*Previous owners have been in contact and have given some good history with pictures dating back to the 70's-80's.

I purchased this car from a well known Camaro expert. I purchased this Camaro with theblock that the car was most likely born with (dates match of build, but rough area by oil filter is difficult to make out for certain).

This is what I gathered on researching block (not in car):

3956618 is the casting for a 69 302/290 4bolt main block.
V0303DZ is a Flint built, March 3 production Z28 code, so it does preceed the shipping date as it should and the 617053 VIN sequence falls mid March at Norwood, so that agrees with the shipping date.
Only question is the vin stamp doesn't appear below the engine code stamp. However, here's what nastyz28.com says: "In 68-69 model cars, the serial (VIN) number of the car the engine was installed in is stamped next to, or under the engine code ID.Starting in 1970, the serial number is stamped either above the oil filter, somewhere on the block pad (in front of the cylinder head), or on the transmission flange somewhere. Chevrolet issued technical service bulletins to indicate which engines were to recieve a vin stamp, so who knows what could have happend (or not happened).”

Crank, trans and rear end info:
3941178 casting number is a forged 69 302 crankshaft
On the transmission-it does have the correct last 8 of the vin stamped in it, but it also has correct date and casting number.P9B25B:P=4 sp Muncie9=69 model yrB=February25=25thB=M21
3925660 casting number is a 68-69 Muncie aluminum case 4 speedThe rear ends weren't stamped with VIN's, but the date code works for the car.B=February28=28th day9=cal. year
Clean car. Serious/realistic seller. Great car that you can drive. This is the only one that I've driven/owned, but I've been told that this one is one of the best driving ones around.

*** Final note: The Day 2 look (rims, tires, traction bars and springs) is included in the sale. This means that you get the extra block and crank as described and see in pictures and also the other rims/tires/parts if you want to change back to the Day 2.
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