1969 Camaro Z28 Tribute Hugger Orange New 383 Stroker New Tremec 5 Speed

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  • Location: Yukon, Oklahoma, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: Camaro Z28 Clone
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Z28 Tribute
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 500
  • VIN: 124379N708528
  • Color: Hugger Orange
  • Engine size: Custom 383 Stroker
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Trimec 5 Speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: White
  • Options: CD Player
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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Tribute Description


You are looking at a 1969 Camaro X44 Factory Air car Z28 emblems (not a true Z28)

New custom built 383 stroker motor with 500 miles on it, Hugger Orange 15 year old paint job still shines, cowl induction hood, rally wheels, 5 seats belts, and console.

BRAND NEW 1969 Camaro Car cover, and a brand new Optima Battery.

Within the past 6 months this is what we have done: New Tremec 600 TKO 5 speed overdrive transmission, new clutch, new driveline, new air condoning components, new solid Lock-rite rear locker in the rear end (a little grabby on the turns but gives excellent traction). A brand new headliner.

Motor work specs: Custom built brand new 383 stroker motor, new 40 over 383 scat crank, new HRC rods, new probe flattop forged pistons, Dyno for an hour @1,500, 1,800, 2,200, held 45-55 cold idle 1,100 32 psi, new k&n air filter, new 800 cfm Holley carburetor, new summit racing fuel lines, new summit racing fuel pressure gauge, edlebrock victor jr high rise intake, new competition cams 1.6 compression, new magnum steel roller rocker, new competition double roller chain, new race duty brute force 11” clutch, new Tremec TKO 600 5 speed overdrive transmission, new billet steel input shaft to the transmission, 2 new u joints, new driveshaft, new custom cross member, new serpentine belt set up with all new accessories, flow tech super comp headers, new accel super comp 8mm plug wires, new air-conditioning compressor for the 134 updated system, tag 100 oil in the compressor (all the a/c needs is lines, dryer, orphis tube, and condenser), Motor could use a little tweeking in the timing as it likes to putter sometimes when you shut if off, and a little balancing from 2,700-2,900 rpms asitvibrates a little then smooths out over 3,000 rpms, also just noticed a small exhaust leak by a header gasket that I haven't chased down, you can hear it in the youtube video posted below.

5 years ago we replaced the following parts new: new front disc brakes and master cylinder, new brake lines, complete front and rear suspension upgrade, new large sway bar with new linkage, new bearings, new bushings, new pitman and new control arms. 4 new leaf springs, new Monroe sense-trac shocks, new struts, new white hound’s-tooth interior with new white door panels, new covans classic dash with white Phantom gauges, all gauges work but the oil pressure gauge shows 20 psi less than my mechanic’s manual gauge so it giving us a false reading, new steering column with tilt wheel and a shorter action turning ratio than factory, new rant 1065 Elite GT steering wheel, power steering (small seep at a fitting), dual exhaust, new starter, new carpet, still has one of the ole T-3 headlights.

Body details: body is not perfect, paint is around 15 years old showing some fading and stress cracks, it does look real good from 20 feet away, this is a drive it and get thumbs up while you restore it kind of car. Just a few rust bubbles on the driver door, some body work and bondo has been done on it in the past here and there and appears the rear clip has been replaced also, front and rear windows and doors don’t match up real well, doors open fine and work properly. One fender show some rust repair, rear bumper chrome hazy, good glass no cracks just a few small scratches. It is not a perfect car by no means but a real eye catcher and a joy to drive. It is an excellent highway car with cruising at 1,700 rpm at 75 mph to be a reliable daily driver with the option of adding value by restoring the body if you want. I have owned the car for 6 years and always kept it in a heated garage in the winter. It does have a pesky rattle that I haven’t chased down in the back when you drive it.

Wipers work, blinkers work, lights work, it has a new Pioneer mixtrack CD player with all new kicker mid-range speakers mounted in front of the console. I have a spare tire also. Brand new tires all the way around.

Don’t expect perfection, this is a 47 year old classic car, factory air carwith some flash and the mild cam in the motor gives it a deep mean sound with plenty of muscle. A nice Z28 tribute at a cheap price. We always recommend you coming and viewing the car before bidding. You are buying as is where is with no warranties expressed or implied.

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