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Classics Did You Say 1 Million Dollars for a 1969 Camaro?

09:58  07 february  2020
09:58  07 february  2020 Source:   hotrod.com

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Camaros at Barrett Jackson have always been an exciting topic. But this year was really exceptional. Besides the long list of F-bodys crossing the block This one was a very late Norwood built Camaro (October 1969 ) and also included the Rally Sport package. The drivetrain was largely original with the

kind 1969 Chevrolet Camaro built by Detroit Speed In this video I talk with Chris from Detroit Speed on what makes this 1969 Camaro different from the rest that have hours of work setting here . You do the math and at even the lowest of shop rates that still puts this car at over 1 million dollars And of

Camaros at Barrett Jackson have always been an exciting topic. But this year was really exceptional. Besides the long list of F-bodys crossing the block there was one Camaro that will be talked about forever. Namely the very original 1969 Camaro ZL1, lot No. 1409. With its all-aluminum 427 ZL1 engine, Muncie M22 (heavy duty) 4-speed, and 4.10 gears all wrapped in a six cylinder looking body since new, this Camaro drew huge crowds in Scottsdale. Assembled new in the Norwood, Ohio plant this ZL1 wears the very popular No. 72 Hugger Orange hue since new. And this ZL1 is the only one ordered new with the optional NC8 Chambered exhaust system. An option that was later cancelled during the 1969 model year due to some customers not being able to successfully explain to the law that their Camaro's exhaust system was not modified. This author can attest that the chambered exhaust system made your exhaust note sound very similar to a pair of well-worn, glass packs.

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Auction of the Fathom Green 1969 ZL- 1 Camaro at the Scottsdale 2009 Barrett-Jackson Auction. ,000,000 Million Dollar 1969 ZL 1 Corvette ( 1 of 2) Rarest Corvette EVER Built - Продолжительность: 7:28 Level 3 Sports 503 046 просмотров.

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Besides the stunning ZL1 there were plenty of Camaros with all sorts of options and condition. Everything from survivor cars to full out modified late model race cars.

At the Barrett Jackson auction we found quite a few early Z/28s and although the prices of these have settled somewhat over the years, there was one that brought over $100,000. That was lot No. 1149. We spoke with the owner who told us he'd owned the car for 20 years and was planning to move to another state, so he decided to sell his Z/28. This one was a very late Norwood built Camaro (October 1969) and also included the Rally Sport package. The drivetrain was largely original with the 302 engine, M21 Muncie 4-speed and 3.73 axle ratio rear end. The condition was excellent too.

The folks at Chevrolet Performance showcased a late-model race car and for the rest of the Camaro field there were plenty of Pro-Touring, Restored, Customs, and survivors to look at and bid on. We photographed quite a few so please feel free to check out our gallery of Camaros.

Unrestored 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Up For Grabs .
This iconic muscle car has low miles and is in mostly original condition. The 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is the quintessential muscle car, but the problem these days is finding one that hasn't been restomodded or left to rot. Tom Mack Classic's Carolina In January auction event will serve up the perfect solution when this unrestored Camaro Z/28 crosses the auction block on Saturday January 11, 2020.

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