1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

 

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

GM PP Crate ZZ502/502HP+ Big Block V8 - 2013 Installed & Approx. 2,000 Miles Logged

 

Muncie M-22 RockCrusher Custom 4-Speed HURST Manual Transmission & Tailhousing by AutoGear & Blowproof Bellhousing

 

HURST Shifter

 

12-Bolt Multi-Leaf Posi-Traction Rear End & 3.73 Gearing

 

Vintage Brand Air Conditioning

 

Power Steering Conversion - CPP

 

Power Front Disc Brake Conversion - CPP

 

OEM Type Center Conslle / Rosewood Shift Plate / Super Sport Gauge Cluster

 

OEM Type Tachometer - 6K Redline

 

Custom Rodney Red High Capacity Aluminum Radiator & Custom Electric Fan with Billet Overflow

 

Forgiato Custom Steering Wheel & Tilt Steering Column - Steering Box Replaced

 

Custom Dual Exhaust System - Hooker Super Competition Long Tube Headers & Flowmaster Super 40 Series Mufflers

 

OEM Type Red Vinyl Bucket Headrest Bucket Seating

 

Bolt-In Custom Subframe Connectors

 

Steel Cowl Induction Hood

 

Kenwood Excelon KDC X996 CD Stereo / Amplifier / Subwoofer / Custom Molded Kickpanels & Speakers

 

Z/28 Emblems & Spoilers Front to Back / Black Z/28 Stripes / Custom Red Base/Clearcoat Paint


 

Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this custom modified 1969 Chevy Camaro. This car features a GM Performance Parts aluminum-head ZZ502 cubic inch V8 paired with an Auto Gear Muncie M-22 Rockcrusher 4-speed manual transmission. The rear end is a stout 12-bolt posi-trac. The exterior showcases custom red base/clearcoat paint with black Z/28 stripes and the full spoiler package. The wheels are 15x7 Rallys fitted with B.F. Goodrich Radials all around. This car has been fitted with Vintage Brand custom air conditioning along with a power front disc brake and power steering conversion. The interior consists of factory style components throughout including the red vinyl headrest bucket seating, Super Sport console gauges, a 6K redline OEM type tachometer, and HURST shifter. We have a notebook full of receipts. Many tens of thousands have been invested in this Camaro. 

The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this low-flyer. Be sure and visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is located only a few miles up the road. The exterior presents a good solid body with custom base/clearcoat red paint & black striping. We do not know if this car was born a Z/28, but it showcases the full Z/28 appearance package (spoilers, emblems, etc.) along with an extra 200 cubic inches and a couple hundred more horsepower. This car is not for an amateur driver, although it is tame and drives out great.

Under the hood is this GM Performance Parts crate ZZ502/502HP+ big block V8. This powerplant features GM aluminum heads an aluminum intake along with its tuned 4bbl. carburetor. This car is VERY stout. The air conditioning system is by Vintage Air while this car was also fitted with a power steering conversion kit and power front disc brake conversion kit, courtesy of CPP. The steering box has also been replaced. This powerful engine breathes through custom Hooker long tube headers paired with a dual exhaust cross-over system with Flowmaster Super 40 series mufflers. This Camaro sounds EXCELLENT. Be sure to play our video. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm clean and detailed sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support. The cooling system is custom built, consisting of a Rodney Red brand high capacity aluminum radiator with a billet overflow tank & a custom electric fan setup to combat the Texas heat.

The original firewall identification plate is intact, but not legible. Again, we can not confirm or guarantee this Camaro was ever a Z/28, but it is a sweet machine that can be driven daily or as a Sunday driver. Open the doors to 1969. This interior has a real '60s, 70's vibe to it. It was built to keep the vintage feel and has some modern conveniences. The steering column was replaced with this tilt column along with a custom Forgiato steering wheel, just for something different. The dash pad was replaced. The gauges consist of a factory speedometer and correct high RPM factory -type tachometer with the 6,000 RPM redline.

The center console is correct, paired with a Rosewood insert and HURST shifter. This car also features the Super Sport console gauges, all functional. The tachometer is also functional. A Kenwood Excelon KDC X996 CD head unit has been installed along with custom speakers front to back. This is a Sirius ready system and sounds excellent. The red vinyl headrest bucket seating is in good condition, although there is some notable wear to the driver's side bolster/piping. The seat backs also have some wear and vinyl paint flaking. Again, see the photos. The back seat is in great shape. There are seatbelts front to back. The carpeting was also replaced in recent history. The rubber weatherstrip shows well throughout this car.

The trunk is clean and detailed, complete with the correct mat and splatter paint. There is an aftermarket subwoofer as well. The undercarriage consists of exceptional flooring throughout along with rebuilt suspension components front to back. The springs have been replaced along with the shocks. A stout 12-bolt posi-trac rear end is paired with the multi-leaf rear suspension. Bolt-In subframe connectors have also been installed to keep the body rigid and help with the extra horsepower. The front end was rebuilt and a power-assist front disc brake setup was installed. The M22 Muncie transmission is by AutoGear with an AutoGear tailhousing and blow-proof bellhousing. The paint is very good, with some minor flaws if you look closely. The body is exceptionally straight.

The doors line up straight. The trunk, hood, and doors open and close correctly. The 1969 Camaro boasted new aggressive styling front to back. Low, lean and mean, these cars just have a muscular appearance and are arguably the best looking of all first generation Camaros. This particular Camaro is also aided in its menacing appearance with the Z/28 stripes, spoilers and emblems. The B.F. Goodrich tires needed replacement in the rear, the tread is worn down in the back thanks to the 502+ horsepower and gobs of torque. Enjoy our remaining photos and again feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions. Be sure to scroll through our photo slideshow, you will find additional photos that are not blown up in the listing. Thanks again. View our 100% positive customer feedback and bid with 100% confidence.