World's Cleanest 1979 Camaro Z28 For Sale [Retro Resale]

Jason Siu
by Jason Siu

You can stop rubbing your eyes. That’s not a computer generated 1979 Chevy Camaro Z28, that’s a real deal second generation F2 in immaculate, restored condition. To us, it’s not just the world’s cleanest 1979 Camaro Z28, but probably one of the cleanest cars we’ve ever laid eyes on.

What’s probably more remarkable is its asking price: only $29,900 with only 3,191-miles on the odometer. The jet black exterior is genuine GM code 19 black paint and was recently restored to better-than-new condition after seeing very limited road time through its 32 years of existence. Only the vivid orange stripes offset the immaculate paint job.

Under the hood is the car’s original LM1 350-cubic inch small-block V8 powerplant. And as you can imagine with just a little over 3,000-miles on the odometer, the motor sounds as healthy as can be. The motor is mated to the factory three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission while the suspension is a Z28-specific F41 setup.

The wheels on the car were also restored, sporting new-age 225/70/15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As on all four corners. The interior is just as perfect as everything else on this retro resale, sporting GM’s Carmine Red throughout. Everything on the inside is classic Z28 without a single flaw to be seen.

The one-of-a-kind collectible comes with all the original documentation, owner’s manual, original maintenance pamphlet and a 1979 Camaro sales brochure.

GALLERY: 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

[Source: RK Motors]

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  • Froggy Froggy on Oct 24, 2015

    My first car aka Froggy 1979 camaro I just turned 18 on my birthday I was so excited. I just found out he was one of 3,894 dark green in and out cars I always thought he was one of a kind now I know. I wanted to find him again or find another factory green one to restore. Curious on worth of one of the rare greens.

  • Vvenator Vvenator on Oct 09, 2016

    My first new car was a '79 Z. Bought it when I finished Tech School in the USAF. Bright blue exterior, blur interior automatic, with T-Tops. I would dearly love to get that car back. Had so much fun in it. I am looking for another one.