The 1969 Chevrolet Z28 Camaro remains one of Americas most desirable Muscle Cars of all. With just $458 added to the base price of $2,726 of a Camaro coupe, the Z28 included twin rally stripes, quicker steering and the F41 handling suspension with E70x15 raised-letter tires on seven-inch wide rims.
With a solid-lifter 302 V-8 and four-barrel carburetor the 1969 Z28 wasn’t the fastest but definitely packed plenty of power for most performance seekers. Another option unique to the 1969 Z28 was the cowl-induction hood with a valve that opened to draw in cool air from the base of the windshield. The Hurst-shifted close-ratio four-speed was standard.