One of 69 built, this 1969 Camaro with a ZL1 engine is about the most rare and desirable Camaro in existence. Twelve of the 69 had their engines pulled and sold, as the all-aluminum 427 ZL1 was highly prized by racers, and quite a few of the others had the hard life of a race car. Putting on miles 1320 feet at a time is pretty rough duty. So this is a rare car. When they do come up for auction, they go for mid six figures.
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