1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 w/ 483 Original Miles!

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This amazing 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 w/ 483 street original miles is the famous Tony Pizzi Camaro. It has one ownership history until 2018, original documentation, original color combination, original drivetrain, many original parts, race history and the Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi-Performance LLC certification. The NCRS Shipping Data Report, original Protecto Plate, original selling dealer key chain and original owners “Statement Under Oath” report dated September 21st, 2018 are included. This car was a National NHRA Record Holder in ET and MPH documented as of April 1972. This is documented in the April 1972 issue of Super Stock and Drag Illustrated magazine which is included. This car was the product of a show quality rotisserie restoration that was completed in 2020. It retains most of the original sheet metal and many original parts throughout. The original color combination of the Rally Green w/ white stripes exterior and black interior is beautiful. The black interior is mostly original. The car is powered by the original matching numbers DZ302 V8 and M21 4-speed manual transmission. This car was certified on May 21st, 2020 by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish of Camaro Hi-Performance LLC and the report is included. This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to own an amazing Z28.

The exterior of this car is absolutely beautiful in every sense of the word. The rotisserie restoration was completed in 2020 so it looks fresh. The body is really straight and the body gaps are very nice throughout. It’s equipped with a flat hood, front spoiler and rear spoiler. The hood, doors and deck lid close very nicely. The car was finished in its original color of Rally Green with white racing stripes. The paint is beautiful and has been detailed to a show quality shine. Magnetic decals were made to look as close to the original decals as possible when the car was raced. The outer edges were then painted the color of the car so they would look like they were painted permanent. These can be applied and taken off anytime. This was an excellent idea the second owner had when doing the restoration. All of the glass was replaced new during the restoration. Everything on the exterior was replaced or restored such as the window trim, wipers, driver’s side door mirror, front grill, headlight bezels, headlights, parking lights, front bumper, door handles, lower side molding, rear taillights and rear bumper. The keys work the door locks and trunk lock. The car sits on the correct 15” Rally style wheels. The wheels are wrapped with new Firestone Sport Car 200 E70-15 4-ply tires.

The interior of this car is in beautiful condition throughout. It retains most of the original black interior with exception of the door panels and carpeting. As stated in Jerry MacNeish’s report, “excellent original interior, door panels and carpet were replaced, code #711, no console or gauges.” Even the steering wheel is original. MS CLASSIC CARS replaced the dash pad with a reproduction dash pad. The one that was on there didn’t fit well and looked bad. This interior is actually nicer than most restored interiors. It’s hard to imagine this interior is 51 years old. Everything in the interior is in working order including the heating system. The original odometer currently reads 483 miles.

The engine compartment is highly detailed throughout. As stated on Jerry’s report, “Very good, engine bay restored to new as delivered original condition.” Some items would need to be corrected if it was going to be judged which are outlined on Jerrys report. Everything in the engine compartment has been restored or replaced such as the hood insulation, hood springs, wiper motor, wiring, radiator, battery, alternator, etc. The car is powered by its original matching numbers DZ302 V8. As stated in Jerry MacNeish’s report, “V0425DZ assembly date, 302-290hp V8 engine, #618 casting, cast A169, vin stamp on oil filter boss, original to vehicle.” The engine is coupled to the original 4-speed manual transmission. As stated in Jerry MacNeish’s report, “P9D29B assembly date, M21 Muncie 4-speed, #660 case, vin stamp is 475 units off, factory error, original to car.” The power is transferred to the 12-bolt rear axle. As stated on Jerry MacNeish’s report, “BM0927G1 assembly date, replacement 12-bolt rear axle, #860NF casting, originally equipped with axle code BU0403G.”

The undercarriage is also highly detailed throughout. The undercarriage is nice enough to put mirrors underneath at a car show. As stated on Jerry’s report, “Solid original floors in very good condition, minor dents, no rust issues.”

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  1. I have a picture of my car at the Nationals and on my fender it says Heads by Tony Pizzi and the race winner in the other lane is Tony who had the F stock record I think 11.68. I never ran that quick and I never saw Tony do it. My car and his at that time were both 68's Z/28 with 302 engines. My car has been driven in the rain 3 times (1 of which it took stock eliminator in the rain) and my car has 10,000 miles.

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