Is this the world’s cleanest 1979 Camaro Z28? Probably.
This second-generation F2 has been so well restored that it's arguably better than when it originally rolled off the factory floor. Finished in sizzling black and orange, the top-notch restoration has been given a slick coat of correct GM code 19-black paint, offset by vivid orange stripes. During its 32 year history the Z28 has never been damaged in any way and has now been fully restored to better-than-new condition.
Only 3191 miles are on the odometer so the car's original 350-cubic inch small-block V8, sitting over an original factory three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission, remains in a very healthy state. It also comes with the Z28 specific F41 special suspension adding higher rate springs and a thick rear sway bar. The 15-inch GM turbine wheels have also been beautifully resorted, and now wear 225/70 BF Goodrich Radial T/As. On the inside, the GM code 74R Carmine Red interior is in great shape with a correct factory shifter in front of chrome switches, stainless trimmed door panels with cool Z28 emblems, and a simulated rope steering wheel.
For sale with original documentation, owner's manual, original maintenance pamphlet and 1979 Camaro sales brochure, you won't see many better 2-gen Camaros with original numbers matching drivetrain and killer color combo. At $29,900 this is an investment that will deliver immediate satisfaction and grow in value over time.