1973 Chevrolet Camaro RS (True RS) Motor: 468 with Brodix aluminum
heads, intake, valve covers, Comp cam & Comp Rockers, MSD ignition
w/digital 6 plus box, Holley 850, etc... Transmission: B & M Turbo
350 trans w/3500 stall Rear end: Ford 9' w/3:50 Posi ( I also still
have the Nodular 9' chunk w/4:56 Richmond gears on full spool that
I removed) Car is Very Solid and Original Rust Free Metal (Except
for one spot about the size of a nickel, which is located at the
passenger side, lower rear seat bracket mount) Has 6 point cage and
made into a 2 seater nicely ( package tray was extended to line up
w/top of window --- no back seat) Has Centerline Warrior
Wheels...... Car was being restored,..... changed hands made into
race car,...... changed hands again to ME and I took some of the
race car out to drive on the street. But I planned to make into a
show car which means all the way back a part and start fresh... New
parts on car that have been installed: Glass Tail lights Parking
lights Bumpers Door weather stripping Hotchkis Front & Rear Springs
Hotchkis Front Sway Bar 2' Drop Spindles Slide-a-Links Head liner
Door Handles Carbon fiber gauge cluster Autometer Gauges Carpet
Fuel Cell New parts Not installed: Custom door panels Sub frame
connectors Poly bushings Rear 1' sway bar misc interior stuff NOS
Urethane Nose Cone BBC Hedman Large Tube Ceramic Coated Headers
Then I have other parts that go with it..... 70-74 Rear interior
upper & 70-72 lower panels 70-72 lower dash (no fasten seat belt
lamp) Nodular 9' chunk w/4:56 Richmond gears on full spool And more
misc stuff that I am not listing...just more parts......
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