Here is a 1971 Chevrolet Camaro 34k Original Documented Miles- On body 8,900 miles on new engine Powered by a 383 Stroker V-8 Motor replaced in 2004Engine has been modified with a Big Cam, stud girdles, solid lifters, MSD ignition, hooker competition headersOriginal 4-Speed Manual TransmissionNew clutch Great suspension- New bushings, tie rod ends, and coil springsRear adjustable drag shocks10 Bolt Posi Traction rear end 3:73 Gear Ratio Power steering Wildwood front disc brakes Braided fuel line fuel tank sumpped 3 inch custom exhaust Borla Mufflers- behind rear tiresTied Frame Chrome Rally Rims all around Passenger side window rolls all the way up but is a bit off trackBlue Exterior was painted prior to 2003Paint is in good conditionThere is some pitting on the exterior chrome trim - Grill is original Black interior in good condition Floor Shift Dakota Digital Gauges Comes with original working factory gauges Heat/ Defrost AM/ FM stereoOriginal Owners manual and protecto PlateDocumented Located at our DealershipWE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
Hennessey released a video of the Exorcist Camaro ZL1 and the tuning company showed the hopped-up pony car is good for a 217 mph top speed.
Fully restored and customized 1967 Camaro to debut at Classic Auto Show in Los Angeles
RideTech and a team of aftermarket manufacturers teaming to complete 1971 Camaro build in 48 hours at Barrett-Jackson
This is the 26th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
GM admits the sleigh’s dynamic capabilities are unmatched
Ever since I wrote about the 1969 Chevy Camaro ZL1 COPO coupe at Mecum’s upcoming Denver auction, I’ve been thinking about ’69 Camaros with big-block engines.
Mecum expects 1,000 collector cars to cross the block July 20-22 during its third annual Denver auction at the Colorado Convention Center.
Pick of the Day is a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro modified for racing by Dick Guldstrand and later restored to racing spec by Guldstrand’s mechanic.
With the introduction of the Chevrolet Camaro in 1966, followed one year later by its mechanical twin cousin, the Pontiac Firebird.