Here it is - maybe one of the nicest Third Gens in the country. 1982 Camaro Z28 with 4,278 original miles.
The car has been repainted to it's original red color. The interior is mint - nothing has been done to it. All original! What you see is exactly how it came from the factory new.
Then engine is all original - the hoses are the original GM hoses. The fan belts are original GM branded fan belts. All of the connectors are original.
What has been done by me:
* New Quadrajet carburetor - the original one was leaking fuel.
* New AC compressor - original style, but NEW.
* New reproduction wheels - brand NEW.
* New reproduction Goodyear Eagle tires - brand NEW.
NOTE: I have the original wheels and tires that came with the car new - the buyer will get those with the purchase of the car.
BONUS: I found an original "TEXXAS JAM" KZEW window sticker (anyone who grew up in the Dallas / North Texas area in the 1980's knows about KZEW - The "Zoo").
There is a leak at the rear main seal. Pretty common for a small block Chevy that is 35+ years old. But this does not detract from this car or the fun of driving it on the highway. This car is a head turner and maybe the nicest example of a third generation Camaro available.
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