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I have the Document from C-N-C Historic Document Services (NCRS) that researched this Camaro, it was delivered to Dominion Chevrolet in Richmond, Va. in 1969 w/ a confirmed build date of 06/17/1969. This is a Real X77 D80 code camaro (original trim tag) with Guaranteed NO RESTAMP Matching # 302 engine and Matching # Muncie 4- Speed transmission, the rear end does Not match this camaro (replaced many years ago),but is a Camaro 12-Bolt positraction w/4.88 gear (or could be lower). This Z/28 is Unrestored, but has been repainted twice over the years,once in 1979 and again in 1989 in its original color code 51 Dusk Blue w/ White stripes.There are nicks , chips and many touched up spots on the paint, But NOT full of Body Filler or Rust Anywhere.. Over the last 45 years a few things have been replaced, such as GM cowl induction Hood, 2 GM Quarters when repainted in 1989, bumpers , interior door panels and carpet also replaced @ some point ,but ALL GM parts.. ALL Body Panels and Floor pans are 100% Rust FREE! I have Previous Owner History for this Z/28 with addresses and phone numbers to the buyer of this Camaro. In 2008 the last Owner (owned for 22 years) passed away, his wife was the last one to transfer title in her name,at that time the Title was Showing 72,000 Actual miles, it is now showing 79,345 miles with odometer working properly. The Original AM Radio along with some other old parts off this Camaro are in the TRUNK.. I have the Original Owners Manual, some Pics of previous times the Camaro was getting ready for RePaint (the last pic in the ad,is this car in 1979 before its first paint job,Cool Pic!) and some of past owner in the 1980s towing this car across the US , as he did several times ,he was in the Military.
The ’69 Z/28 is very road worthy , She Runs and Drives absolutely Great!! There is lots about This Awesome Camaro I have left out, But the Serious buyer MUST SEE This Camaro and get the Whole Story.. A GUARANTEED REAL UNRESTORED Survivor X77 Z/28!