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Default 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 1 of 122 Black Z28's Built - Certified by Jerry MacNeish

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 1 of 122 Black Z28's Built - Certified by Jerry MacNeish

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**THIS VEHICLE IS SELLING WITH NO RESERVE AT THE BARRETT JACKSON AUTO AUCTION BEING HELD IN SCOTTSDALE, AZ JANUARY 20-28, 2024. IT’S SELLING ON SATURDAY JANUARY 27TH – LOT #1299.1. IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING PLEASE REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH BARRETT JACKSON TO BID. IT’S A QUICK AND SIMPLE PROCESS. YOU CAN BID IN PERSON, ONLINE OR OVER THE PHONE. PLEASE CALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS. YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS HUGE OPPORTUNITY! THANK YOU.*

This authentic black 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 retains its original color combination and original matching numbers DZ 302 V8 engine. This car has been certified by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi- Performance and is one of roughly 10-12 black 1969 Z28’s in his database. Production of black Camaros was 0.6% of the total production for 1969. A total of 20,302 Z28 models were produced in 1969 and based on the percentage an estimated 122 were painted black. As the original VIN number tag and original trim plate tag indicate this car was built on the first week of September 1968 at the Norwood plant as a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Sport Coupe. It was ordered with a Black with White stripes exterior and black vinyl interior. It was also ordered with the following options in no particular order: spoiler equipment, power disc brakes, M22 4-speed manual transmission, cushion grip steering wheel, tachometer, AM pushbutton radio, special performance equipment “Z28”. This car was acquired by the last owner in 2007. This car was the product of a complete restoration which was completed over the course of an 11 year period. Bob Harris from Camaro Specialties helped with supplying many correct parts for the restoration. The engine, transmission and most of the date code correct mechanicals were restored or rebuilt by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi-Performance which is documented with receipts. The exterior of this car is in excellent condition and looks aggressive in black. It retains all of its original sheet metal. The body is very straight with great gaps throughout. The body was painted in its original factory color of black with white stripes. The high quality paint work has been detailed to a deep glossy finish. All of the original “Safety Flo-Lite” stamped glass is beautiful condition throughout. The car sits on the correct date coded 15” Rally wheels that wear chrome trim rings and center caps. The wheels ware wrapped with Goodyear Wide Tread GT E70-15 white-letter tires. The interior of this car looks amazing in its original color of black. The bucket seat covers are original and still show very well. Items such as the dash pad, door panels and carpeting were replaced new. The three-spoke steering wheel frames a tachometer with a 6K-rpm redline accompanied by a 120-mph speedometer and fuel level gauge. The trunk compartment was nicely restored. It’s equipped with a full spare and jack tools. The engine compartment is highly detailed throughout with many correct parts. The hidden VIN stamp in the cowl area is original and authentic. The car is powered by the original matching numbers DZ 302 V8 engine that runs excellent. The engine is fed through the original date code #4053 Holley carburetor. The engine breathes through a correct exhaust system that sounds sweet. The engine is coupled to a date code correct Muncie M22 4-speed manual transmission. The power is transferred through the date code 12-bolt POSI rear end with 4.10 gears. This authentic rear axle was originally installed in one of the 206 “JL8” Camaros produced in 1969 as noted in Jerry MacNeish’s report. The undercarriage is highly detailed throughout with many correct parts. The original floor pans have been restored beautifully. Everything has been gone through such as the fuel system, steering system, suspension components and braking system. The “JL8” optional disc brakes have been installed to this vehicle as an upgrade during the restoration. The fact this is an authentic black 1969 Camaro Z28 with its original matching numbers engine makes it highly collectible. This car was recently serviced and detailed which is documented with an invoice that’s included. From the MS CLASSIC CARS Collection.























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Old 12-16-2023, 07:47 PM
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Would it be possible to see the McNeish report?
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Old 12-16-2023, 08:43 PM
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Lots to see here.

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/19...et-camaro-254/

Nice car Marc. Not a LOT to nit pick. One correction: it was built Sept 69, not Sept 68.

Most important feature is still present; the original engine. Looks like JL8 and style trim were added.

SHOULD be a twin to my car (08A) from one month earlier, also an X77D80 10 10 car.

Just like this one, mine has no console; but does have tach with center fuel gauge.

But, mine came with a ducted hood.
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