This ’69 Camaro Z/28 Rally Sport sits near the Hemi ’Cuda. The original Rallye Green paint may be faded into oblivion with plenty of surface rust, but thanks to the California climate the sheetmetal is still solid. Don’t be fooled by the (correct) flat hood. Remember, the popular domed ZL2 cowl-induction hood was an extra cost option ($79) on the Z/28 in 1969. This Z/28 is one of 20,302 built in 1969 and still has an engine coupled with its four-speed manual transmission. Could it be the original DZ (suffix code) 302? We do not touch other folks’ cars, so we can’t know for sure. Otherwise it looks to be very pure and unmolested—right down to the early Firestone Super Sports radial tires it wore when parked decades ago. The hoodpins are not factory issue and were (smartly) added to prevent tampering.