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Old 02-28-2007, 06:39 AM
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Default 1969 ZL-1 Powered Camaro

This is the third ZL-1 powered Camaro I’ve built in the past year and a half. Like the others, I built these cars to drive, with the options that I would have ordered and as close to an original ZL-1 as would matter from a visual, driving or performance stand point.

#1 Frame off rotisserie restoration on what was originally a very rust free Norwood X11 V8 4 speed Camaro. With exception of the deck lid and cowl hood (I have the originals) the car has all original body panels and floors. Body was media blasted and painted in show quality PPG base coat / clear coat. Undercarriage is like new. Virtually everything on this car is new or restored to like new condition.

This is a GM 3946053 ZL-1 block. With the exception of being built to 10.5:1 comp. ratio the engine was built to ZL-1 specs using the correct .620 lift mechanical cam.

Engine, transmission and rear end are fully warranted for 6 months

I have tons of pictures before, during and after restoration, so just ask.

Options:

COPO 9560
ZL-1: All Aluminum GM 427cid 515 hp(in stock trim)

M22: HD Muncie 4 Speed “Rock Crusher”
G84: 4:10 Positraction Rear Axle
J52: Power Front Disc Brakes
A01 Soft-Ray Tinted Glass
U63 AM Pushbutton Radio
D80 Spoiler*
ZJ7 15x7 Rally Wheels*
PL4 F70x14 White Letter Tires*
* Comes with both:
F70x14 Good Year Polyglas mounted on steel wheels with Dog Dish Caps
225x70x15 G F Goodrich TA Radials mounted on 15x7 Rally Wheels
A Deck Lid with a Spoiler
A Deck Lid with out a Spoiler

COPO 9737 Sports Car Conversion
15” Rally Wheels
13/16” Front Stabilizer Bar
140 MPH Speedometer

Interior: 711 Standard Black Vinyl
Exterior: 72 Hugger Orange

Block 3946053
Intake 3933198
GM Aluminum Heads 3946074
Holley Carburetor 4296
69 Date Coded M22 Muncie 4 speed
Original 1969 Hurst Shifter
7115 GM Steel Crank
TRW Pistons
Delco Starter 1108351
Correct ZL1 .620 lift mechanical cam
Correct Bent Neck Radiator
Correct 403 Bell housing and ZL-1 clutch configuration


Rick at 713-705-2491
[email protected]
95,000.00

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Old 02-28-2007, 07:27 AM
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Rick,
The pic of your car with the dog dishes is the best looking Camaro I have ever seen! Beautiful.

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Old 02-28-2007, 07:53 AM
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I'm thinkin TRADE!!! Love it!! esp with the dogs.. throw them Ralleys away!!
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looks better without the spoilers as well Very very nice
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Great minds think alike. My wife asked if we could trade the EK2 Challenger TA! I told her we would be a little short. She said "throw in the Z/28 clone". I said "how about your '68 vert"? She left.
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Old 03-01-2007, 08:29 AM
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I get it. She's willing to trade your stuff but when it comes to her 68 vert she brakes and runs. Clever girl.
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Old 03-01-2007, 08:40 AM
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Very nice car.
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That first picture you posted with the dog dish and no spoilers is just an awesome looking car.

Best of luck with your sale.

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Why but a Foose, etc., when you can buy this for a lot less? Foose's are cool but this just makes me
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