Type: Used Year: 1991 Make: CHEVROLET Model: CAMARO Trim: CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 Body: Sedan Trans: Manual Mileage: 0 Engine Size: 5000 Ext Color: Red
1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS shown here is available in brown with black interior. It comes equipped with a manual transmission and solid wheels. An excellent candidate for restoration which has been with the same owner since 1978. For $12,750 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.
A gorgeous rust free and highly detailed example with show quality paint in Granada Gold with expertly done bucket seat interior to match and contrasting black vinyl top. Nicely optioned with power steering, vintage a/c & heat, rare fold down rear seat & console mounted gauge package. Recent 205/75 R-14 Michelin tires mounted on factory rally sport wheels. Van Nuys Calif. Built and appears to be always a dry western state car, consigned by owner of the last 14 years & stated to be original 327/300 H.P. V-8 motor, but not verified, original Power Glide transmission was rebuilt 6 months ago. Showing just 84,382 miles & appears correct, an excellent driving with a striking visual appearance that is sure to please any enthusiast desiring this 1st year Camaro. $31,900.00
Chevrolet Camaro coupe 1969 V8 Fathom Green This is a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro coupe in fabulous restored condition. The car has the colour combination Fathom Green with white striping and the original Rally wheels. This in combination with the V8 engine and the automatic transmission makes this car a real muscle car to see and drive
--Fathom Green with White Stripes with Black interior and carpeting, 302 Cu. In. V8 engine, 4-speed manual, Numbers Matching, 35,000 original miles, Restored, as per Appraisal-Certificate of Authenticity by Nickey Chicago, Inc…"This Z28 is a "benchmark" restoration, it is better than a number one condition trailered show car. lt is the standard from which other Z28 restorations can be judged!" Factory options include: Floor Mats 2 Front & 2 Rear, Center Console, Positraction Axle Ration 3.73, Power Disc Brakes, 4-speed Close Ration Transmission, Special Instrumentation, AM Push Button Radio, Special Interior Group, Special Performance Equipment. Black Vinyl trim and Fathom Green exterior color were no cost options. This Z28 VIN # 124379N645735 is complete with its Original window sticker, Chassis broadcast sheet, Body broadcast sheet, Original sales contract to its first owner, Judging sheet and Appraisal from Nickey Chicago. This Z28 was parked in 1976 with only 35,000 original miles on the odometer. In 2011 it underwent a complete restoration when in the ownership of Tommy Mathison, Menominee, Wisconsin. Shortly after its restoration it achieved 999/1000 points at the 2012 Muscle
Variant name:Z28 V8 ,Derivative:MK4 ,Variant: 1968 Camaro Z28, Amazing Quality, Not A Tribute But The Real Deal, Please Read Our Comments When Chevrolet announced production of a new model called a Camaro, a member of the press asked: “What is a Camaro?”, the answer was: “A small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs.” It wasn’t, of course, but it did. Produced as a direct response to Ford’s runaway success with the Mustang, the Camaro was cast in the same mould: standard production floorpan, coupé body, rear wheel drive, and sports options. Initially, the Z28 was an out-and-out competition model configured for success in the SCCA Trans-Am series – prime Mustang territory. Z28 specification included front power disc brakes, close-ratio four-speed gearbox, uprated suspension, and the all-important racing stripes. More importantly, the engine in the Z28 was a unique 302ci (4·9-litre) V8 with aluminium intake manifold, 4-barrel Holley carburettor, and solid lifters. Power was rated at 290bhp, but this was one of those rare occasions when the factory claimed output was lower than the real world output – Chevrolet wanted the lower figure for insurance purposes and so the Camaro could slip into certain competition classes. Real output of the Z28 came closer to 400bhp. This particular Z28 is a ’68 model, which is pretty rare in America, but in this country, it’s even rarer, being one of only two. The previous owner (an ex-Rolls Royce coach-painter) has detailed the car beautifully in its original factory British Green. All body panels, door trims and seals are original, as are the seats, headlining, carpets, shocks, engine, gearbox (matching numbers) and even the pedal rubbers! New parts include the clutch, release bearing and exhaust. The Classic Camaro Club have authenticated the car and verified that it has its original engine, and that it was produced in Norwood, Ohio in April, 1968. This is a very rare car with very few miles on the clock: you will not find another one like it. This one has had the attention of a master craftsman. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGs3vAOmMTc
1967 Chevrolet Camaro The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro in black listed here is available with red racing stripes with black interior. It is equipped with an automatic transmission, Edelbrock carburetor and with solid wheels. An excellent weekend driver which is mechanically sound. For $26,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.
Price just reduced! This is a 1969 Camaro for Sale. This SS looks sharp in candy apple red with black stripes. This is a 4-speed car with a 4.10 rear end! Powered by a 1969 350 freshly rebuilt. This popular muscle car has all new exhaust and it's ready to roll. Call John Snell
The Chevrolet Camaro is the one of the most iconic cars of the 1960s. Production began in 1967 and the cars were offered with a myriad of options from six cylinder engines to monster big blocks. These cars helped define the muscle car era. Nothing did this better then the big block Camaros!! The car on offer here is one of the rarest of all Camaro variants. It is 1967 Camaro Pace Car convertible. One of only 43 Festival cars that were actually used in Indianapolis during the month leading up to the race. According to the experts, there were only 100 of these cars produced; 88 327 CID small block cars 5 396 Big Block automatic transmission cars 7 396 Big Block 4-speed manual transmission cars This car has a numbers matching, date code correct, engine and transmission and has undergone a fully documented rotisserie restoration and remains in wonderful condition. VIN 124677N213442 TRIM TAG: O4D R 67-12667 NOR113360 BODY 732-Z C-1 PAINT 2LGS 3L 4N -061A TRIM TAG DECODING: 04D (April, 4th week Build date) 732-Z (Bright Blue Interior, Z= bucket seats) W (tinted windshield) 2LGS (group 2, L= 4-speed, G=Console, S=rear antenna) 3L (group 3, L=Rally Sport) 4N (group 4, N=396/
Chevrolet Camaro RS Coupe 1968, 3 owners This Chevrolet was originally delivered in Holland in 1968 and has had only 3 owners. In the meantime this beautiful Coupe is restored in Holland. This model Chevrolet was made bij GM in Antwerp. The beautiful ‘Rally-Sport’ has the original 6489CC, 330 HP engine. The Camaro RS drives perfect and makes a great sound. The interior of the car has black leather and a marvellous dashboard with woodparts. The console in the middle has several clocks and this makes the Chevrolet sporty in detail. This perfect driving Camaro RS is ready for a lot of sporty rides. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
This genuine limited edition is number 287 of only 645 built in 1993. It features the 275 hp LT-1 Corvette motor and true to its Indy namesake, is capable of top speeds of 150 mph. Basically a Corvette with a rear seat. The original paint and graphics appear as new, the original upholstery and trim is equally pristine. Includes pit badges and entry sticker dated 5-30-93. Even has rear strobe lite required for lapping track at speed plus much more memorabilia and documents. A rare combination of Indy Brickyard & Chevrolet history, A sure bet for value appreciation with a small investment of only $18,900, Please call us at 719-633-858 for more details. $18,900.00
The Classic Car Gallery is proud to present what might be one of the most original and well preserved examples of the the second generation Chevrolet Camaro Z28 in existence. With only 29,000 VERIFIED ORIGINAL MILES, unmolested, BELIEVED TO BE ALL ORIGINAL PAINT (the meter doesnt lie!!!) original bill of sale, original title, original factory hang tags and original window sticker, this car is a true time capsule. Finished in her ORIGINAL LIGHT RED over CARMINE RED interior, with sport buckets and color matched rims this Z28 epitome of the late 70s Muscle car!!! The high output 350 cubic inch V8 is mated to a 4 barrel carburetor and an automatic transmission. Power is fed through her factory optioned limited slip differential with a 3.23 ratio. Originally delivered to the Gaddy Motor Company in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina she even comes with her original license plates issued in 1978!!! This car has ALWAYS been pampered, as she has been collector owned her entire life. According to her ORIGINAL BUILD SHEET, She came fully loaded from the factory with the following options: AK1 - DLX Color Keyed Seat & Shoulder Belts A01 - Soft-Ray Tinted Glass A31 - Power Windows B37 - Color K
(SOLD) It includes the original floor pans and trunk floor. It received fresh PPG base coat and clear coat in yellow with the correct SS black stripes, Z/28 spoiler front and rear, all new headlights, tail lights, emblems, bumpers, grille, mirrors, trim and factory tinted windows. It received a complete new interior including headliner, carpet, door panels, all trim and accessories. Console, ralley gagues, 140mph speedometer and big block tack. The engine maintains a correct stock appearance big block with factory options, except for the headers. Specifications include 468ci eagle rods, high-torque starter, keth black silvolite pistons, moly rings, World Merlin oval ports, heads, lunatic voodoo cam and lifters chrome, moly pushrods, stamped valve train, Edelbrock dual plane intake, holly street avenger carb flame thrower, hei motor is balanced and blue printed to a high spec. Everything was built with keeping a street and stock appearance in mind. Muncie 4 speed transmission re-built with a new clutch kit. New brake system including booster, master cylinder, calipers and all likes are hard and soft. Very nice fully sorted car would enhance any collection and is ready for the open r
(SOLD) This is a limited owner Southern CA black plate Camaro that has always been well maintained. It features a new heavy duty Griffin radiator with thermostat controlled electric fan, a rebuilt differential ring and pinion gears (3.73), all new bearings, new posi-traction unit, new axle bearing rear brakes, drum brakes in the rear with disc in the front, a vacuum brake reservoir tank and master cylinder that have been chromed and polished, a new heater core; and all new hoses, pipes, and fuel lines. The car is dressed with New Torq Thrust 2 wheels and BF Goodrich tires. There is less than 4,000 miles on all the mechanics. It also has all original deluxe factory upholstery package including the headliner, seats and door panels. This beauty has been a multiple trophy winner, mostly Best of Show.
(SOLD) Own a real Classic! This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible is a real head turner. This is a Driver car that with some minor TLC can become a real beauty.
One of the only 12 IROC Camaros raced in the 1975 IROC (International Race of Champions) Won 100% of the 1975 IROC races she entered (Michigan, Riverside, Riverside) Driven by Bobby Unser, Emerson Fittipaldi and Bobby Allison Believed to be one of the only 4 IROC Camaros remaining today Totally restored to period specs (including its famous #7 Black Livery) Very well documented with many period magazines, articles, pictures and technical data Ready to race. Eligible for the CER races.