LEGO Icons Chevrolet Camaro Z28 10304, Customizable Classic Car Replica Model Building Kit for Adults, 1969 Vintage American Muscle Car, Idea

(11 customer reviews)


Last updated on March 1, 2024 1:32 am Details


  • Get ready for a great building project with this replica of the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, a LEGO Icons set for adults to celebrate the legendary car
  • Build an American muscle car model in black, with silver alloys, detailed V8 engine, working steering wheel and opening doors, hood and trunk
  • Easily customize this model car kit for adults with closed or convertible roof, classic or hideaway front headlights and racing-stripe colors
  • Model car kit includes a furry dice, a printed tile with an auto magazine, a choice of 2 number plates and the white, grey or red racing stripes
  • This vintage model car building kit gives you a relaxing building project to create a unique collectable car, ideal for display as home decor
  • This LEGO Icons model car kit for adults is a great creative hobby and a classic car gift idea for fans of American muscle car models
  • Makes the perfect Father’s Day gift from a thoughtful son or daughter. Build together with Dad or give as a DIY gift for him to complete on his own

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Product Dimensions

18.9 x 11.1 x 4.65 inches

Item Weight

4.14 pounds

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Release date

January 1, 2023



11 reviews for LEGO Icons Chevrolet Camaro Z28 10304, Customizable Classic Car Replica Model Building Kit for Adults, 1969 Vintage American Muscle Car, Idea

  1. HandyDan

    I will be honest, I’m more of a Mustang guy (I built the Ford GT version first), this is a great representation of a classic muscle car. The details are great, which is why I keep coming back to these Lego models!

  2. Pat C.

    Nephew was delighted. He loved all the moveable parts of the car.

  3. Sylvian G

    Looks great so far but bag 4 was already opened in the bag and 2 pieces are missing. Can’t seem to find a way to contact the seller to get them replaced.

  4. Amazon Customer

    I was about an hour into building this model when I realized it doesn’t come with the stickers.

  5. Bryson

    I loved this set and it was really fun to build and it even came with all the pieces which I don’t see very often with things like these. But overall it was a really good set.

  6. Artemis

    This is a cool car! It is easy to make and it is really cool to add to my son’s Lego car collection that he has on a shelf in his room.

    I have the direct link to it if you want to see it.

  7. emma

    spent multiple afternoons making this with my boyfriend!! got it for him for valentine’s day and now he keeps it on his fireplace. i also think it’s pretty cool you can change the accent colors and if it’s a hard top or a convertible !!

  8. A. Hess

    I purchased mine at Target (sorry Amazon), but it was the first time I had ever seen the kit, and I HAD to immediately have it. This build is amazing and a MUST for any Chevy/GM fan. (I do have the Mustang too). Been waiting for a Camaro or Trans Am or GMC/Chevy truck for years. This kit does not disappoint. Your choice of convertible or hard top, red, white or gray striping, headlights, and plate/tag. Took me a day and a half and I wish I would have paced it out further, but it’s great, well detailed, highly recommend. OH, and mine came with the stickers…sigh.

  9. HandyDan

    Assemblage LEGO sans surprise, de très bonne qualité avec quelques heures de bonheur à l’assembler.

  10. Big Horn 09

    Purchased this item as a gift, receiver loved it!

  11. Patrick

    Although it uses a few stickers, I still love how much detail the Lego designers put into this set!!! 🚘🚗

    The postives:

    1. Customability: You can choose the Stripe color, front lights, roof style, and license plate!!!

    2. Connected Steering wheel: Some of Lego’s buildable cars don’t have the Steering connected to the wheels, but it’s always nice to have, especially for moc builders!!!


    1. The previously mentioned Stickers: Whatever the reason for this by Lego themselves idk why, but I recommend using separator tool as a guide whenever you plan to apply stickers onto parts.

    2. Possibly weak wheel axles: This is my very first Lego car that I’ve built, but I’m not sure how durable the latest building process is for the wheels. Apparently this use of the smaller #4666579 4-prong connectors are a recent build change. Maybe the wheels will still be fine over time, but just something I thought was important to bring up.

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