For sale in our Detroit Showroom is this beautiful 1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. Painted Midnight Blue Metallic with White Racing stripes and a Black interior, this Z28 for sale is sure to draw stares! Under the hood of this real Camaro Z28 sits a 502 CID V8 Crate Motor with an Aluminum intake, Holley 4 barrel carburetor with electric choke, ceramic coated Hooker headers running to dual exhaust, Accel HEI distributor, dual electric fans and lots of chrome. Chrome under the hood include power steering cap, brackets, pullies, thermostat housing, master cylinder cap, and topped off with a valve cover set, and air cleaner. Inside is black vinyl bucket seats with seat belts,center console, and an aftermarket stereo system. Chrome Cragar alloy wheels are wrapped in big radial tires out back and skinny radials up front. The Z28 package included power brakes, increased cooling, dual exhaust, black grille, sport suspension, heavy duty starter, positraction axle, and more! Out of around 100,000 Camaros built in 1973, only 11,574 received the Z28 package. This one denotes "Z28" on the cowl tag assuring it received that package from the factory. This Camaro has been given the ever popular Split Bumper treatment which gives them a tough race ready face and really shows off the black Z28 grill and badging. This Z28 Camaro for sale is a great buy for someone who is looking to own a true piece of American muscle history! Located in our Detroit Showroom, this 73 Chevy Camaro for sale can be seen at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, along with over 100 HD photos and HD video. Or, call 313-982-3100 for additional information.
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