I worked as a roofing contractor in Miami after hurrican Andrew in 1991. For the next two years, my job was to supervice project and give estimates. I am not kidding when I say I have driven every single street in Miami and Homestead, south of Kendall Drive...seriously. I could find any address without a map and drive right to the house, and if you told me an address, i could picture the street in my head and tell you how far it was from the nearest 1969 Camaro. There were about 15-20 1969 Camaros of every condition, from wiped out to quite nice.
I bought a Z28 minus the engine for $50. It was black with gold stripes and had the 12 bolt, the muncie, and the front disc brakes, which I removed and installed on my plain jane 69 Camaro. The rest I parted out and made my money back and then some. It was rusted in the usual areas, but by today's standards, would have been a dream to to restore. After I got the parts off it I wanted, I junked it. A few years ago, I paid several thousand dollars for a car in way worse condition, just to get another 69 Camaro.