1969 RS Z28 Cross Ram – Sold

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Classic Car Fusion is excited to offer this investment grade 1969 RS Z28 Cross Ram.  This numbers matching Van Nuys built car is truly a rare piece of automotive racing history.  It is estimated that only 3,146 69 RS Z28’s were ever made.  This original black plate car has the added options of a Cross Ram intake and fiber glass hood with hood pins making it one of the most collectable Z28s money can buy.  The car has been through a complete frame off restoration.  The engine and drive train have been rebuilt.   The chassis has been refreshed with all new and correct suspension while the sub frame and control arms have been powder coated.  The master cylinder, brake lines and brakes have been restored using correct parts, and she has brand new BFG tires.   The exterior paint is show quality – a mirror like finish with no chips, waves or scratches.  The stripes have been painted factory correct and not cleared over.  The stainless and chrome on the car are also in show condition.   The deluxe interior has been tastefully restored in black (it was originally medium green).  This car is also equipped with an enduro front bumper, a tilt steering column, and has an original rosewood steering wheel – all of which are relatively rare options.  All of the gauges and systems, including the RS headlights, are in working order.   For those collectors looking to add the holy grail of 69 Z28 Camaros to their collection, here is the perfect opportunity.

 

By the numbers:

Engine Stamp – V011DZ:  302 Z28 built in Jan 1969, also carries correct partial VIN

Intake Casting – 3941126:  1969 GM cross ram

Carburetors – 3957859:  1969 Holly 4295’s

Tranny Stamp – P9A03B:  Muncie M21 built in Jan 1969, also carries correct partial VIN

Rear end Stamp – BE0119G2:  4:10, 12 bolt, Posi built in Jan 1969

Cowl Tag:

-          Paint Code – 57 57 (Fathom Green)

-          Trim Code – 722 (Medium Green Deluxe)

-          Body Build Date – 01C (3rd week of January)

Here's a video of the car running:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuJIOA0NL_U&feature=youtu.be