Al Thomson’s ’69 Z/28

Al’s Z/28 is one of the nicest Camaros we have ever seen. Everywhere we looked, top or bottom, was detailed to perfection. When we first heard about it we thought, “Oh great, another Hugger Orange and white ’69 Z/28.” Boy were we wrong! The stance was perfect as was the wheel and tire choice. Be sure to check out the Winter 2002 issue of CAMARO PERFORMERS for a full feature.

<table><tbody><tr><td> RPM    HP    TORQUE<br>2,200    83.3    198.8<br>2,300    78.1    178.3<br>2,400    79.4    173.8<br>2,500    91.4    192.1<br>2,600    104.7    211.6<br>2,700    119.5    232.5<br>2,800    131.0    245.8<br>2,900    137.2    248.4<br>3,000    139.8    244.7<br>3,100    146.1    247.5<br>3,200    153.7    252.2<br>3,300    161.3    256.6<br>3,400    170.5    263.3<br>3,500    177.8    266.9<br>3,600    182.9    266.9<br>3,700    188.2    267.1<br>3,800    192.4    266.0<br>3,900    199.6    268.8<br>4,000    205.5    269.9<br>4,100    212.3    272.0<br>4,200    216.5    270.7<br>4,300    221.3    270.3<br>4,400    227.1    271.1<br>4,500    233.3    272.3<br>4,600    240.7    274.8<br>4,700    248.2    277.3<br>4,800    256.5    280.7<br>4,900    265.6    284.6<br>5,000    274.6    288.5<br>5,100    282.6    291.1<br>5,200    290.4    293.4<br>5,300    296.5    293.8<br>5,400    302.2    294.0<br>5,500    305.9    292.1<br>5,600    310.6    291.3<br>5,700    313.5    288.8<br>5,800    316.4    286.5<br>5,900    318.1    283.1<br>6,000    317.9    278.3<br>6,100    319.4    275.0<br>6,200    319.6    270.7<br>6,300    317.7    264.9<br>6,400    313.9    257.6<br>6,500    313.2    253.0<br>6,600    314.6    250.4<br>6,700    313.5    245.8<br>6,800    312.9    241.7</td></tr></tbody></table>
<table><tbody><tr><td> Al Thomson’s ’69 Z/28</td><td> </td></tr><tr><td> Displacement        <br>Block            <br>Blueprinted        <br>Crankshaft        <br>Connecting Rods        <br>Pistons            <br>Compression Ratio    <br>Camshaft       <br>    Lift           <br>    Duration     <br>    Duration @ .050    <br>    Lobe Separation    <br>Lifters            <br>Cylinder Heads         <br>    Material        <br>Valves            <br>    Intake size        <br>    Exhaust size             <br>Rocker Arms        <br>Springs & Retainers    <br>Intake Manifold        <br>Carburetors        <br>Air Cleaner      <br>Ignition            <br>    Timing        <br>Headers           <br>Exhaust            <br>Mufflers         <br>Machine Work       <br>Assembly       <br></td><td><br>304<br>Chevy 302 bored .030<br>Yes<br>Yes<br>Stock forged steel <br>Stock Z/28<br>TRW forged<br>11.0:1<br>Isky Z-50<br>.507<br> 300<br> 254<br> 108<br>Solid<br>World Products Sportsman IIs<br> Aluminum<br>Manley<br> 2.02”<br> 1.60”        <br>Comp Cams 1.52 stainless rollers<br>World Products<br>Chevrolet Crossram<br>Two Holley model 4295s 585cfm<br>Stock GM Crossram<br>MSD 6AL with billet distributor<br> 41-degrees total<br>Unknown make 1 3/4”x32” with 3” collector<br>TA Performance 3”<br>DynoMax oval welded Ultra Flows <br>Tim’s Percision Engines (Santa Ana, CA)<br>Owner</td></tr></tbody></table>