Complete NUMBERS MATCHING 1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. Yes, it is an ORIGINAL column shift automatic! Original 350/245 HP with Turbo 400 Auto, 3.73 Posi 10 bolt rear. Car has not been chopped up, hot rodded or changed into a "split bumper'/RS clone. Sport Coupe front end is as it should be - bumperettes have been removed at some point. Car was originally 64 code Silver now in Cranberry Red with Black Stripes. Engine has been rebuilt and a slightly aggressive cam added. Has new Flowmaster American Thunder stainless steel exhaust with correct placement transverse muffler. Sounds mean! Interior is clean and in good condition. Seat faces were changed to cloth at some point in the past but the seat backs and trim are original vinyl and plastic. Car is rust free and solid throughout. All brake lines are new stainless steel as well as new master cylinder and brake booster.
I have owned this Camaro for 5 years. I purchased it from the third owner who had had the car for 20+ years. It is an excellent driver quality car or a great candidate for a full restoration. Always starts and runs great. Never have to do much to it except change the oil and regular maintainence.
The SL designation in the Mercedes-Benz SL cars, according to the automaker, is oddly variable, signifying in German either Sport Leicht or Super Leicht. Take your pick. Either term could have been applied accurately to the original lightweight 300SL that debuted in the 1950s, and in some ways for the W113 Pagoda-roof 230/250/280SL cars of […]
In 1997 my Sister Yvonne passed away after a year long battle with lung cancer. I decided at the age of 41 that life was too short and I was going to do something for me. For years I had put off buying a sports car. Something always came up that was more important in […]
ClassicCars.com Journal East Coast Editor, Andy Reid, an absolute fixture on the concours circuit, has gotten together with some of his well-known fellow concours judges and decided to throw a virtual concours — with real judging and real prizes. The difference here is Andy has asked the world to look on their shelves, toy boxes, […]
The coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on automotive events, many of which are being canceled or postponed. Here are the latest announcements: Leake Auctions has postponed its upcoming Tulsa, Oklahoma, sale from June 4-6 to June 26-27. Bonhams has moved its auction scheduled for the Bonmont club in Cheserex, Switzerland, from June 14 […]
The 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible just has a friendly, flower-power feel. But, it’s every inch a sports car. With a 427 cranking out 435-horsepower, this does have an alter-ego.
The hot rodders’ favorite canvas was (and is) the early 1930 Fords, but those aren’t the only vehicles that provide a source for souped-up fun. Case in point is the Pick of the Day, a 1935 Chevrolet Master street-rod sedan being advertised on ClassicCars.com by a dealer in Fort Worth, Texas. As the dealer notes […]
Hyundai is promoting its newest — seventh, and smallest — crossover/sports utility vehicle, the Venue, as the ideal vehicle for “the urban adventurer.” “Small SUV. Big city hustle.” it says on the Venue’s page on hyundaiusa.com. So, what did I do when one of the new 2020 Venues arrived for a test drive? Obviously, I […]
The Lincoln Continental is a shadow of its former self. The current-generation model has been supplanted by the Navigator as Lincoln’s flagship, but the Continental name once denoted some of the most-prestigious luxury cars America had to offer. One of those cars was recently featured on Jay Leno’s Garage. This 1958 Continental Mark III was built during […]
Although it has been shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic, Britain’s Alvis is offering free technical support to car owners who are working on their vehicles. “With classic car workshops closed and owners keen to have cars ready for when restrictions lift, Alvis’ parts division Red Triangle, is offering its customers, free technical support […]
The GMC Jimmy (aka Chevrolet S10 Blazer) is a longtime favorite in the 2-door version, much more so than the Ford Bronco II of the same era that has turned, inexplicably, into a popular and pricey collector car. Jimmy’s clean and simple styling is quite appealing, and don’t you just love a vehicle with an […]