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For sale is my 1969 Camaro Z11 Indy Pace Car. This is the real deal. A true coded Z11 on trim tag. Build date is
the fourth week of February 1969. Also the first week of pace car production. Original big block 396/325HP pace car
with a turbo 400 transmission. Car has full console gauges, clock, tilt column and power top. The totally rebuilt
engine and engine accessories are original to the car. Block has been decked years ago. VIN# is not present on the
block. Part number, casting date and application code proves it's the correct engine for the car. So to avoid an
argument, I'm saying it's not the original engine, but a period correct engine. The T-400 transmission is out of a
1969 Chevelle. The car had a built 1975 T-400 in it when I purchased it. The differential gear was upgraded by the
previous owner to a 3:73 ratio. The car retains the original differential housing and is stamped for a 3:07 posi.
Common 1969 big block standard gear. I've rebuilt, replaced, restored the following. The engine, engine
accessories, transmission, driveline, cooling system, brake system, fuel system, electrical system, exhaust system,
cow induction system, rally sport headlight door assemblies and headlight nozzle washer system. Complete interior
to include the convertible top. The plastic rear window is crystal clear. This car is complete. Every item and
component is in place as it should be. All four weights are bolted to each corner of the car. Every accessory works
to include, key buzzer, cigarette lighter, fiber optics ash tray light, glove box, courtesy lights, under hood
light and trunk light. Original trunk jack and AM radio is with the car as well. This is an extremely rust free
southern convertible. The underside of this car is super clean without any rust repairs ever done. Undercarriage
almost looks like a new car. The engine compartment and the trunk look new as well. While restoring the car, I did
notice that there is a slight dent in the sub frame just behind the front right tire. Car went through a complete
alignment, and shows no tracking issue. The alignment is dead on. No shakes or squeaks or pulling issues. Car
starts, shifts and stops great. The outer sheet metal looks to be original as well. I never worked on the body of
the car. The body has held up great through the 12 years of ownership. Car was redone for my enjoyment and
pleasure. I'm not a professional car restorer by any means. This is not a perfect #1 show car. A solid #2 is what
she is. It's a nice driver.