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For Sale: 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
in Hickory, North Carolina

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Paramount Classic Car Store
Paramount Classic Car Store
1205 South Center St
Hickory, NC 28602
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- 1 of 4,862 Z28 Built in 1971 - Original Sunflower Yellow RS Z28 4-speed car with an older full restoration - Original M22 Rockcrusher transmission - Original 4.10 rear end modified to a new 3.90 Richmond gear - 350 CI small block forged with balanced and blueprinted rotating assembly - Edelbrock top half package with aluminum heads and air gap intake - Hooker supercomp longtube headers with Flowmaster mufflers - Holley 750 CFM double pumper carburetor - Engine assembled with ARP fasteners - Frame connectors - Approximately 5,000 miles on motor since completion This Camaro Z28 is 1 of 4862 built for the 1971 model year. It was built the 3rd week of June in 1971. The original 350ci V8 has been updated with Eldebrock Performer RPM 6087 Aluminum heads with a Holley 750 CFM double pumper carburetor and the engine was assembled with ARP fasteners. Its backed by an Original M22 Heavy Duty 4spd close ratio 'Rockcrusher' transmission. The original 4.10 rear end has been updated to a Richmond 3.90 rear end gear. Hooker completion headers were placed on the dual exhaust with chrome tips for better performance. The interior has remained to factory specification except for the updated Camaro face plate digital cassette radio and Sunpro oil gauge mounted under the dash. Here is a brief history on the 1971 Camaro: The 1971 Camaro received only minor appearance changes from its 1970 counterpart. Inside, new high-back Strato bucket seats with built-in headrests replaced the 1970-only low-back seats with adjustable headrests. The biggest changes came under the hood, due to a GM-corporate mandate all engines be designed to run on lower-octane regular-leaded, low-lead, or unleaded gasoline, necessitating reductions in compression ratios and horsepower ratings. The 250 ci 6, 307 ci V8 and two-barrel 350 V8 were virtually unchanged, as they were low-compression regular-fuel engines in 1970 and previous years, while the LT-1 350 V8 used in the Z/28 dropped from 3

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