1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 302 CI V-8 engine


Description


12 bolt rear with 4.10 gears
JL8-type 4-wheel power disc brakes
Correct Dusk blue with White stripes and Black interior
Fiberglass cowl hood with hold-down pins
Front and rear spoilers
Tilt steering column
Shoulder harness seat belts
Center console with gauges and 8000 RPM tachometer
Radio and heater delete
Correct jack and spare tire
Correct alternator and starter
Rear bumper guards
Goodyear Polyglas wide tread tires
Rally wheels
The numbers-matching DZ-code 302/290 HP V-8 was built in May 1969, as was the Muncie M-22 Rock Crusher heavy-duty 4-speed manual transmission. Topping the high-revving 302 is a much-sought-after Winters aluminum cross-ram intake manifold mounting two Holley 4-barrel carburetors. They are covered by the cross-ram’s distinctive oblong air cleaner, which nestles in a specially tailored opening in the underside of the car’s fiberglass cowl-induction hood. During the engine’s restoration it was also fitted with the correct starter and alternator. To assist with quick launches, the Camaro’s 12-bolt rear end carries 4.10 gears; to slow the Z28 are JL8-type 4-wheel power disc brakes. Rally wheels with Goodyear Wide Tread GT tires are at each corner.
The body has been painted in the correct Dusk Blue with white stripes, and spoilers are worn at the front and rear. As expected from a car with competition intentions, interior amenities are minimal. There’s no radio in the dash and no heater, but the steering column does have a Comfortilt wheel, there are shoulder harnesses with the seat belts, and between the bucket seats is a center console containing four auxiliary gauges. And, 1969 marked the first time a factory-installed Hurst shifter replaced the balky Muncie transmission linkage. The level of attention paid to the details in this restoration even extends to the trunk, which is home to the correct spare tire and jack.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 302 CI V-8 engine
$ 16,990.00
12 bolt rear with 4.10 gears
JL8-type 4-wheel power disc brakes
Correct Dusk blue with White stripes and Black interior
Fiberglass cowl hood with hold-down pins
Front and rear spoilers
Tilt steering column
Shoulder harness seat belts
Center console with gauges and 8000 RPM tachometer
Radio and heater delete
Correct jack and spare tire
Correct alternator and starter
Rear bumper guards
Goodyear Polyglas wide tread tires
Rally wheels
The numbers-matching DZ-code 302/290 HP V-8 was built in May 1969, as was the Muncie M-22 Rock Crusher heavy-duty 4-speed manual transmission. Topping the high-revving 302 is a much-sought-after Winters aluminum cross-ram intake manifold mounting two Holley 4-barrel carburetors. They are covered by the cross-ram’s distinctive oblong air cleaner, which nestles in a specially tailored opening in the underside of the car’s fiberglass cowl-induction hood. During the engine’s restoration it was also fitted with the correct starter and alternator. To assist with quick launches, the Camaro’s 12-bolt rear end carries 4.10 gears; to slow the Z28 are JL8-type 4-wheel power disc brakes. Rally wheels with Goodyear Wide Tread GT tires are at each corner.
The body has been painted in the correct Dusk Blue with white stripes, and spoilers are worn at the front and rear. As expected from a car with competition intentions, interior amenities are minimal. There’s no radio in the dash and no heater, but the steering column does have a Comfortilt wheel, there are shoulder harnesses with the seat belts, and between the bucket seats is a center console containing four auxiliary gauges. And, 1969 marked the first time a factory-installed Hurst shifter replaced the balky Muncie transmission linkage. The level of attention paid to the details in this restoration even extends to the trunk, which is home to the correct spare tire and jack.

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro Z28
Year: 1969
Doors: 2
Mileage: 1361
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Dusk Blue
Vehicle Identification Number: 124379N682432
United States, Oregon, Portland
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