302 cubic inch V8
1969 Camaro Z28, Cross Ram. A truly blue chip collectible, this Z-28 is probably the finest investment grade Camaros on the market today. Matching numbers throughout, this Z28 has an impeccable provenance and wonderful history. The car is outsanding both mechanically and cosmetically and finished to show quality. One needs to read the extensive write up and view the photos to show all the specifics on this terrific 1969 Z28. This car is believed to have had six owner according to all information available. The car and all of its numbers have been decoded using the JERRY MACNEISH BIBLE. This motor has the correct original matching numbered and date coded engine block, and the proper heads that are also date coded to the car. VIN# 124379L529383 has a copy of the original window sticker. The car features a 1967 Chevy Factory racing Prototype intake manifold. This extremely rare stamped and coded intake manifold is believed to be one of only 3 cast by the Winters Foundry for the GM racing division. These manifolds were manufactured for the Trans-Am racing series. This intake manifold was purchased from the estate of the legendary engine and race car builder Smokey Yunick. This induction system has been assembled using the proper date coded, period correct and fully functioning Holley 600cfm #4295 carburetors.. THIS IS AN EXTREMELY RARE AND DESIREALBLE FACTORY RACING PIECE. In order to accommodate the cross ram manifold, a fiberglass hood was installed with the appropriate venting, the original hood has been kept and is also included with the car. According to the documentation, the correct original 302 DZ engine was rebuilt by T/A Performance Restorations. A GM heavy duty off road cam (part#754) was installed during the rebuild, and the original cam and lifters were kept and are included with the car. The motor has excellent 11:1 compression running #3946876 GM forged aluminum pistons. The original matching number M-20 4-speed transmission was also rebuilt by T/A Performance Restorations. The engine and transmission have less than 1000 miles on the rebuild. A set of 4:10 gears were installed, but the original ring and pinion have been retained and will be included with the car. The car drives better than new, with amazing power, and the transmissions shifts like a rifle bolt through the correct Hurst shifter. All of the ancillary components are original to the car, and have matching date codes or have been replaced using OEM GM parts. The car features the optional power steering and power brakes. The color is the original 71-71 Lemans Blue. The interior of the car has been finished to a very high standard, utilizing the period correct hounds tooth pattern. The dash is likewise excellent, and the car features the very rare factory optional, on the console 8 track tape player. The steering wheel is the beautiful and correct rosewood steering wheel. VIN #124379L529383 has a set of brand new B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires all of which are in as new condition. WE HAVE AN ORIGINAL SET OF POLY GLASS TIRES WHICH WERE ON THE CAR IN PLASTIC BAGS IN OUR SHOP. The original body and all the floors and quarters are terrific. From all examination, and expert inspection, the transmission tunnel and the rockers panels and the original seat body supports were deemed to be original. The under carriage is fully detailed and in show condition. The proper power front disc brakes have been rebuilt with rotors, calipers, pads, hoses and stainless steel hardware. The rear drums have been rebuilt to stock specs, note the very important factory original Super Sport Brake bias valve, this is tell tale piece for a “Real” Z-28. One of the most desirable blue chip collector cars in the collector market, this 1969 Z-28 Camaro is the finest available, and sure to appreciate in value.