This matching-numbers Z28 Camaro was subject to a full rotisserie restoration by Arizona Muscle Cars in 2013 and presents in immaculate condition inside and out. In its original colour of Daytona Yellow over a contrasting black vinyl interior, this car sports one of the most famous Camaro colour schemes of all time. The paintwork remains in outstanding condition, while the interior presents beautifully having been completely restored in an original, period correct fashion. Upon completion of its restoration, this car was featured in a Gasoline car show before arriving in Australia, where it was featured on the cover of Unique Cars magazine (October 2014).
The Camaro legend was born in 1966, when GM introduced its answer to Fords largely successful Mustang. Designed to bring the sports car feel to the average driver, these cars combined stylish and aggressive looks with the power performance of a well-tuned V8 engine. The result was one of the most unmistakable classic American muscle cars of all time and a truly iconic model. Today, these early Camaros are becoming increasing rare and valuable, they are a must have for any collector.
Its original 302-cid V8 is paired to a 4-speed manual transmission, both of which are in pristine mechanical order. This specific Camaro was optioned from factory with a cross-ram intake manifold, adding to the already-remarkable performance of the car. After a life of meticulous maintenance and care, this example drives exactly as you would expect from a car of this level.
Accompanying this vehicle are a number of receipts for work completed on the car between its purchase and 1978, a certificate of authenticity, previous registration and title certificates, a copy of the Unique Cars magazine it was featured in, and various parts, servicing and owners manuals. In immaculate condition, this ultra-collectable Z28 Camaro would be an outstanding addition to any garage.