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Old 09-07-2007, 01:20 AM
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69 Camaro DZ 302

Looking for production numbers for the 69 DZ 302? How many built? Worth today? email me at: ezheimers@clearwire.net Thanks!

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According to 2 web sites there were 20,302 '69 Z-28's built....their worth depends on what type of shape they're in and how original they are, just like any collectable. There's an original one on one web site...asking price $125,000, which doesn't mean a hell of a lot unless someone is willing to pay that much. "302-Z28" should know, hopefully he'll jump in here.
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The prices on 67-69 Camaro parts and Z/28 parts especially seems to have no boundaries. I have seen stuff go on Ebay for outrageous prices, stuff that would have been trashed 10 years ago. One example was a DZ block that had one cylinder completely knocked out. This was a bare block that at the very least needed a sleeve and sold for $500+. Right now on Ebay there is a Motion industries 68 RS/SS 396/375 20K miles Camaro for $90K. I have no doubt it will sell eventually. If you have anything associated with the 69 Z/28's they will bring a phenomenal price, but be aware most of the people looking for this stuff know a fraud when they see it.

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If you have anything associated with the 69 Z/28's they will bring a phenomenal price, but be aware most of the people looking for this stuff know a fraud when they see it.

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Whats the most popular saying out there? There are more 69 Z28's and 67 427 vettes for sale across the US everyday then were made.
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Whats the most popular saying out there? There are more 69 Z28's and 67 427 vettes for sale across the US everyday then were made.
Very true

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...and just like most of the late model Camaros out there on the streets, most were probably base models with the trusty (but slow) six banger. I wonder if a v8 could be had without going with a Z28 or SS.

Yay for cheap insurance!

back to my original point, most Z28s or SSs at the local cruise night are probably clones. They should be sold as a clone, but they sure look cool as a SS... even if it is neat to see an original base model once in a while, even if it wouldn't be as fun to drive.
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...and just like most of the late model Camaros out there on the streets, most were probably base models with the trusty (but slow) six banger. I wonder if a v8 could be had without going with a Z28 or SS.

Yay for cheap insurance!

back to my original point, most Z28s or SSs at the local cruise night are probably clones. They should be sold as a clone, but they sure look cool as a SS... even if it is neat to see an original base model once in a while, even if it wouldn't be as fun to drive.
If you are referring to the first gen, yes they could be bought with a V8 (not the 302) and not have the SS or Z option.
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Whats the most popular saying out there? There are more 69 Z28's and 67 427 vettes for sale across the US everyday then were made.

About 10 years ago I set out to find a Boss 302 Mustang and I followed 18 leads over a period of a couple of years without a SINGLE one of them being the real thing, one of them had a 351W in it . A couple of the owners got just plain fighting mad when I refused to fall for their non-sense.
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