The owner, Monte Kizzier, allegedly went to negotiate after seeing the Camaro in 1970 with a for sale sign at a petrol station. 

He claims that it has a fantastic interior, front disc brakes, and an M21 Muncie gearbox with a Hurst shifter.

It pulls to the moon, drives and steers flawlessly, and is generally a very well-kept muscle vehicle with excellent specifications.

just changed tires and bigger sway bars. Due to its emphasis on handling, the 1969 Camaro, in Mike's opinion, represents the pinnacle of the muscle car market at the time.

It pulls to the moon, drives and steers flawlessly, and is generally a very well-kept muscle vehicle with excellent specifications.

a 1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28 is now valued at $89,000 on average at auction, making the trade he made for a Chevelle five decades ago a wise one.