It is true that these days, a real barn find is as rare as finding an honest politician, but it appears that this time, they might have actually did it.


This 1979 Camaro Z28 is something of a rare jewel due to the fact that the odometer has stopped at the incredibly low 9,000 miles, about 30 years ago, and since then it has been hibernating in this barn.

The year 1979 when this vehicle rolled off the showroom floor of the Vic Canever Chevrolet dealership located in Fenton Michigan, was the same year when the owner Donald decided to Ziebart-coat the vehicle in order to give it better protection against the rock-salt that was trying to attack the underbody.

The car was never planned as a daily driver so most of the miles were added up just to visit car shows, but then Donald passed and the ownership went automatically to David, which never drove it or sold it.

So that in a way makes it a one owner vehicle, which has survived in near perfect condition, check it out and tell us, how much would you pay for something like this?

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