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1967 Chevrolet Camaro

Z/28
Barrett-Jackson's first ever auction in Houston, TX
Thursday, 16 September - Saturday, 18 September 2021
$192,500
Sale Price
No
Reserve
18 September 2021
Sold Date
702
Lot Number
#2+
Older restoration
Barrett-Jackson
Auction House
Chassis no. 124377N194626. Ermine White with black stripes over black vinyl. 302/290hp, M21 4-speed, 3.73 rear end, Rally wheels, red line tires, radio delete, Protect-O-Plate.

Evaluation: Matching numbers first year Z/28. Originally sold in Florida and restored in the 1990s but still presents like a fairly fresh restoration today. It has been consistently maintained, regularly detailed, and never driven hard.

Bottom Line: The Z/28 eventually became one of the most popular Camaro variants for much of the GM pony car’s history, but the very first Z/28s in 1967 weren’t aimed at the showroom but at SCCA Trans Am racing. Just 602 sold that first year, compared to 7199 in 1968 and 20,302 in 1969. First-year Zs are therefore quite rare and have a certain cachet among collectors, but this is still a massive price, especially for an older restored non-Positraction car. We expected something closer to $100k than $200k.

by Andrew Newton
22 September 2021
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Condition #1: Concours
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Condition #5: Poor
Running, but battered, incomplete, and perhaps rusty.
Condition #6: Parts car
Parts car.
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