STAY CLASSY SATURDAY 🤵🏻CHEVY CAMERO Z28 First Camaro with cowl induction: Chevy introduced the cowl-induction hood on the 1969 Camaro. Although many assume the “super scoop” as it was called in Chevrolet’s advertising was standard on the Z/28, it was not. It was option code RPO ZL2 and it cost $79 extra on the Z/28 and SS models. The only Camaro to get the hood as standard equipment were the COPO 427 cars and Indy 500 Pace Car replicas. Only 10,026 Camaros were equipped with the hood from the factory.
First Camaro with aluminum heads: Chevy first offered option RPO L89 on the 1968 Camaro Super Sport. It was expensive at $868.95 and added aluminum cylinder heads to the top dog L78 375-hp 396, which itself was a $470 option. The heads did not add horsepower, but shaved about 75 pounds from the engine. Only 272 L89 Camaros were built in 1968 and 311 in 1969.
First Camaro with over 400 hp: 1969 was the first year the Camaro was available with over 400 hp. Buyers looking for more than the Regular Production Order L78 375-hp 396 could go for the 430-hp ZL1-powered COPO 9560 or the less expensive COPO 9561 with the 425-hp L72 427, which had an iron block and cylinder heads. Both would be the last Camaros with over 400 hp until the 426-hp LS3-powered 2010 model. #americanmade#americanmuscle#chevy#chevycamaro#cameroz28#carscarscars#fortheloveofcars#liveyourbestlife#hobby#hothothot#hotcars#sleigh#carwhore#carenthusiast#millionaire#millionairemindset#classic#classy#stayclassy#sandiego#sandiegolifestyle#lifestyle
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