Camaro Z/28 RS
#'S MATCHING, ORIGINAL HUGGER ORANGE CAR, RS Z/28, RESTO PHOTOS
You probably looked at the photos and the price and have already figured out that this matching-numbers Z/28 RS is the car you need to own today. With cars of this quality and pedigree racing towards the six-figure barrier, you can own this real-deal Z/28 with its original 302 and a ton of documentation. Move now, because good ones will never be more affordable than this.
Better yet, it's code 72 Hugger Orange, the original color. Interested yet? Yeah, and thanks to the guys at Al's Hot Rods, it looks spectacular. Seriously, they don't get much smoother and shinier than this. Impeccable gaps, panel alignment that's vastly better than new, and black SS stripes buried in the clear mean this car is super slick. The RS equipment group, available on any Camaro, includes the slick folding headlights and special rear end treatment, and it only makes this Z that much more desirable. Since it was completed, this car has moved around on a trailer, so it still looks amazing in every way, highly detailed, and zero signs of road rash, so if you want accolades, this car is your key to the trophy closet at all the big events. The black vinyl top was also included in the original build, immaculately restored and installed here without so much as a grain of sand underneath to interrupt the smooth look. Obviously someone back in 1969 knew they were building something special and the four owners since then have done their best to keep it protected.
The code 711 black interior is every bit as nice, with fresh seat covers on the bucket seats, new carpets, and crisply rendered door panels. A correct RS steering wheel frames the original instruments, including the AC speedo and tach, and they're joined by white-faced auxiliary gauges down on the console. Little stuff like the "DISC BRAKES" badge on the brake pedal, heater and defroster levers that move smoothly, and the original AM radio in the dash all ensure that judges looking at this car know that no aspect of the restoration took a shortcut. Of course, if you do want to drive it-and who could resist that high-winding 302 spinning through the 4-speed gearbox-there's also an AM/FM stereo cleverly hidden in the glove box. There's a new mat in the trunk, with the only thing keeping it from exactly as-delivered is the spare tire.
The DZ-code 302 under the cowl-induction hood is indeed the original, numbers-matching piece, a fact documented by an extensive restoration album. Even things like the intake and carburetor are the originals for this specific car, indicating that it has always been complete and intact. It goes without saying that the engine bay is detailed for show with every detail as it should be, from the oversized alternator pulley to the tower hose clamps. Both the Muncie 4-speed and heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end are also numbers-matching, and it barks through an incredible-sounding chambered exhaust system like the optional setup installed by the dealer. The chassis is nice, but not too nice, because that's over-restoration and you might still want to drive it, and it does carry staggered 215/65/15 front and 245/60/15 rear BFG radials on stock Rally wheels for a better ride than the stock bias-plys.
Documented with manuals, an autographed Jerry MacNeish fact book, receipts, photos, and even the original smog pump in a box, this is the Z/28 you've been waiting for. Move now, because someone else has already noticed what a screaming bargain it is. Call today!
- AM Radio
- AM/FM Radio
- Front Disc Brakes
- Numbers Matching
- Power Brakes
- Power Steering
- Vinyl Interior
- Tilt Wheel
- Restoration Photos
- Build Receipts
- Exterior Color
- Hugger Orange
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