There are probably more “Z/28” Camaros running around today then were ever built, of course most of those are poorly executed clones. I’m alright with a well done clone, as long as the owner is honest about what it is. Now if I was in the market to buy one of these killer pony cars though, I’d want the real deal and I’d want to find one that’s as original as possible! This ’69 looks to be a legitimate Z/28 and was purchased by the seller’s father 40 years ago. It’s been off the road ever since, so expect to do quite a bit of work to get it going again. Find this incredible Camaro here on eBay in Mishawaka, Indiana with a current bid of $28k!
When it comes to originality, this one looks to be as original as you can get. It’s also looking a bit dirty and rough, but I like it! I’d clean the dust off, detail the inside and get it running again. I’d also want to inspect and treat any rust I come across, you don’t want you Z/28 survivor rusting away.
The seller doesn’t seem to know much about the car. They aren’t able to get photos of the trim tag this week, so no word on what options it has, but it looks to be a well optioned car. All that really matters is that it’s a real Z/28 with all the correct bits. So do you think this one is the real deal? It seems unlikely that someone would have built a clone in ’76, but anything is possible. So let’s hear from some of the Camaro experts out there!