This rare, numbers-matching Z/28, is powered by ready-to-race, 302cid engine. With an 11:1 compression ratio, forged pistons, crank and con rods, Holley 4-barrel carb and other enhancements, it could rev willingly past 7,000RPM and produced upwards of 360. Hp. Stoutly channeled through a Muncie 4-speed manual controlled via a crisp, Hurst shifter, to a 12-bolt rear axle, it had uprated suspension hardware and disc brakes, all intended to make it an almost “turn-key” car for racing the Trans Am series and other competition of the time. Outside there is the Z/28 cowl hood to accent the 1969 body changes, including the V-shaped grill, new sills and fenders hunkered over 15-inch, Rally wheels. Inside, there are the new for ‘69, square gauges and other flourishes that mark out this year’s updates. This rare car came in for a full, frame-off restoration, to an excellent standard. It also has its original Protect-O-Plate. It drives superbly, too, in a period-correct manner, pulling extremely hard in the upper RPM band, all while sounding superb. Everything works as it should, and this Z/28 gives one a thrilling taste of what street- and road-racers of 50 years ago felt as they hustled these beasts. Bespoke Auto’s focus is on “tailoring” just the right vehicle to our client’s needs, something we have done for going on 30 years, for over 1,400 people. This is reflected in our 5-Star Google reviews. For more information, please call or email at Isaac Bouchard at Bespoke Autos.