This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 clone represents what many muscle car enthusiasts see themselves owning and driving. This great looking paint job that is worn in the iconic ''69 Z/28 look. If you''re ready for Z/28 fun at a bargain price then you should have a closer look at this Camaro. That broad, muscular stance is crowned by a beautiful red paint job and accented with black stripes. With a familiar Z/28 front fascia, it''s no wonder cars like this Camaro are the cause of day dreams with kids of all ages. The paint quality is nearexcellent, and has an incredible shine in our showroom. The chrome bumpers at both ends add a nice highlight to the overall look and there is vivid Z/28 badging mounted in the proper locations including the Z/28 cowl hood. The rest of the badges and bright work look good. And With BF Goodrich Radial T/As wrapping 15 inch rally wheels, the look is highly appealing and undeniably classic. Accenting that incredible red and black is a black vinyl interior with pleated buckets. Those bucket seats flank a center console with gauges that monitor battery amperage, water temperature, fuel level and oil pressure. The dash is familiar of Camaro interiors and houses an AM/FM radio, factory speedo and tachometer. The rear bench seat also presents like new with the same pleating matching the front buckets and is a comfortable place for rear passengers. Behind those rear passengers is the trunk that features a correct mat, full size spare, and tool bag. Topping things off inside is a 3 spoke, wood grain steering wheel that has a comfortable grip. You can''t talk about a Camaro without talking about what''s under the hood. Power for this Z/28 clone comes from a 350 cubic inch V8 that has been upgraded with and Edelbrock intake manifold, Edelbrock carburetor, a chrome dress-up kit, an Accell coil, headers, and a 3 inch exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. Maintaining that power to the 10 bolt rear end is a solid 4-speed manual transmission. The undercarriage features factory hardware with upgraded power brakes stopping discs up front, and power steering. Finally, putting the power from that small block to the road is 225/60 Radial T/As up front and 255/60s out back. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 clone is the epitome of why these cars are so cool. Cars like this sell themselves. It''s a car you can drive, enjoy, showoff, and will always have demand from interested buyers for many more years. Don''t let some other lucky person see and hear this one before you. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.