1969 Chevy Camaro Z-28

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

350 Crate V-8 (1544 miles)


Muncie 4 Speed Transmission ( 65-67 )


Holley EFI Newly Installed


New Gas tank


MSD Electronic Ignition


Hooker Headers


Wilwood Power Disc Brakes Front


Buick Style Drums Rear


Power Steering


Foose Wheels


Air Conditioning


Jegs Aluminum Radiator


Durale Dual Fans


New Front Suspension 


Koni Shocks, Struts, Bushings

 

The current owner purchased this Camaro in 2017. It already had the 350 crate engine installed.    The interior is very nice. It looks like the door panels, seats, and dash pad are new. There was heat and sound deadening added from the fire wall back through the trunk.    The 1544 miles are actual since the engine was installed.    The headliner is Ultra Suede and was professionally installed.     The engine compartment looks very nice and is well detailed. In 2018 the entire engine compartment was rewired. The new Derale electric fan was installed and the overflow tank. The Holley EFI was also installed in 2018 along with a new fuel tank. 

The new gas tank was installed because of the EFI.    The Flowmaster dual mufflers and the large exhausts make the car sound really good.    The rear traction bars keep the car in line if you decide to put your foot in it.    The Muncie transmission has shown no leaks and is shifting very well.    My photo is a bit blurred, but the casting number on the transmission is 3885010 which is a Muncie 4 speed.    The Foose wheels are all in very good condition. There is no curb rash or any scratches.     The touch up above is in the front at the edge of the top of the grill area.     The spoiler at the rear of the car, is a bit off color. It's just on the passenger side for some reason.   

This is a beautiful 69 Camaro. It drives really well and the transmission is solid and shifts just fine.     

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