Golden Sun’s April 30 Auction will Feature A ’69 Z28 Camaro, Native American and Prehistoric Pottery



In addition to a 1969 Z28 Chevrolet Camaro, the sale will also feature outstanding collections of Native American, prehistoric and modern pottery, jewelry, artwork, kachina dolls, rugs & more.

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Fullerton, CA, USA, April 27, 2023 — A beautiful blue 1969 Z28 Chevrolet Camaro muscle car, one of only 20,302 Z28s built that year, and outstanding collections of Native American, prehistoric and modern pottery, jewelry, artwork, kachinas and rugs will come up for bid in a live online auction scheduled for Sunday, April 30th, by Golden Sun Auctions, Inc., starting at 12 noon Pacific time.

The Z28 is the auction’s expected top lot, with a pre-sale estimate of $30,000-$50,000. The car, a high-performance version of the second-generation Camaro, is powered by a 290 horse power, 302 cubic inch (4.9 liter) V8 engine, able to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 7.4 seconds. Features include a four-speed manual transmission, a stiff upgraded suspension and heavy-duty brakes.

Vintage car collectors will want to be mindful of the gorgeous 2005 Chevrolet Corvette also in the sale, with just 17,800 original miles (est. $15,000-$25,000). The C6 two-seater model has been meticulously maintained and is painted in the eye-catching Le Mans blue color. It boasts an 8-cylinder, 6.0-liter engine, 6-speed manual transmission, and two tops (Targa and fiberglass).

The rest of the 487-lot auction will be highlighted by a continuation of Daniel Cutrone’s amazing collection of Native American treasures. Dr. Cutrone – an Adjunct Professor of Archaeology at Cal State Dominguez Hills – specialized in the preservation of the Four Corners Indians. Many of his pieces were curated through museums, shows and other venues and come with paperwork.

Dr. Cutrone’s collection includes prehistoric pottery – Anasazi, Mogollon, Salado and more, to include bowls and dog head pitchers; Acoma pottery; vintage signed / unsigned Navajo and Zuni sterling and turquoise jewelry; and kachinas, many signed by the artist. Also offered will be pieces from another collector who lived in the Four Corners region.

Internet bidding will be provided by There will be no phone bidding. A live preview will be held on Friday, April 28th, from 12 pm noon to 6:30 pm; no appointment is necessary. The gallery is located at 720 East Walnut Avenue #B in Fullerton, Calif., zip 92831.

To learn more about Golden Sun Auctions and the Native American Pottery, Jewelry, Art, Camaro Z28 auction planned for Sunday, April 30th, starting promptly at 12 o’clock noon Pacific time, please visit