$100,000 - $ 150,000 • • • • •
MATCHING NUMBERS DZ 302 NORWOOD BUILT X77 CAR ALL ORIGINAL SHEET METAL ROSEWOOD STEERING WHEEL LESS THAN 150 MILES SINCE $200,000 RESTORATION
1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28
ROTISSERIE RESTORATION SCORING 999 OUT OF 1000 POINTS AT THE CHEVY WINTERNATIONALS
It was one of the best-looking muscle cars of its era – or any other for that matter – and the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 had the power and performance to back up its muscular styling, its crucial ingredient the 302 cubic inch small block under the cowl induction hood. While factory rated at 290 horsepower, the 302 combined a heavy duty rotating assembly with 11.0:1 compression, high-flow heads
and a Holley 850 CFM 4-barrel atop a tuned aluminum intake to power out 400 horses in contemporary dyno testing. The pristine 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 offered here is a genuine code-X77 car built at the Norwood assembly plant. The subject of a frame-off rotisserie restoration completed at a cost of $200,000, it is in absolutely impeccable condition and beautifully finished in Olympic
Gold with Black stripes over all original sheet metal and a base interior of Ivory on Black with optional Rosewood steering wheel and center console with auxiliary gauges. Fully documented and showing 150 postrestoration miles, it scored an almost perfect 999 out of 1000 points at the Chevy Winter Nationals.
Saturday Catalog Cars for Mecum's Kissimmee 2013 Auction