With a custom paint package, awesome restored interior, and a
powerful small block under the hood, this 1979 Chevrolet Camaro
takes the classic style you love and delivers added attitude... and
it's all for a value price.
The coupe will instantly announce it's something special the moment
it comes into view. It all starts with the paint. The shade of red
is a bold choice, and the slick shine tells you this custom color
was a professional application. And when you have quality paint it
does a terrific job of showing off the quality sheetmetal. But we
bet what you really like is the full black sporty package that's on
top of the red. This Camaro has Rally Sport badging, and during
this era, the RS was all about a two-tone Camaro. So this gives a
custom take on the Rally Sport idea with the black accenting. The
darkness highlights the Z28-style grille, upgraded headlights, hood
scoop trim, and full-width rear spoiler with blackout tail panel.
But your best dark side upgrade are the wheels. The 20-inch black
Eagle Alloys are both artful and aggressive.
Nothing goes better with all those aggressive black touches on the
outside than a full black interior on the inside. Everything looks
fresh and dark, including the bucket seats, center console, door
panels, and carpeting. This is a driver-oriented setup with nice
upgrades like the wood-rimmed sports steering wheel mounted on a
tilt column, a tach mounted below the dash, and a full auxiliary
gauge package mounted on the glovebox door. Plus, you driving music
gets a nice upgrade with the Alpine AM/FM/CD head unit that
connects to Pioneer 6x9 stereo speakers and JL Audio subwoofer in
Only the best Camaros of this era got the 350 cubic-inch V8, and so
it's great to see this one upgraded to proper small block power.
It's got the look of fortified shine with polished upgrades that
includes the fabricated valve covers, upgraded pulleys, alternator,
brake booster, and aluminum radiator (w/electric fans.) This added
care with the motor is appreciated, because the V8 is upgraded for
power with a Quick Fuel Slayer four-barrel carburetor, aluminum
intake, and shorty headers that add power while feeding the X-pipe
dual exhaust. It makes this Camaro fast and powerful, which is
exactly how we all like it. Adding to this driver's attitude are
features like power steering, power brakes w/discs upfront, a
three-speed automatic transmission, and the enhanced grip of modern
This great-looking 1979 Camaro now has extra power and poise. It's
the custom car you've always wanted at the perfect affordable
price. Call today!!!