1973 Chevrolet Camaro Type LT with Z/28 tribute badging. This 2nd
Gen Camaro is finished in striking Antique White paint accented by
Black racing stripes and a brand new correct Black interior. It is
powered by an incredible 383CI Stroker V8 engine mated to a smooth
shifting TH350 automatic transmission. This car runs and drives
etremely well and best of all we have a ton of photos and reciepts
documenting the extensive restoration! Our Camaro is well equipped
and features power steering, power brakes with front disc, factory
air conditioning with new compressor, bucket seats with center
console, rear spoiler, Sony AM FM CD MP3 stereo, auxillery oil
pressure/coolant temp/battery voltage gauges, and beautiful Z/28
style rally wheels wrapped in none other than BFG Radial T/A tires.
Please call Coast Motor Company today at (941) 212-6548 or after
hours at (941) 417-0269 and we would be happy to help answer any
questions you may have. Also, if you would like additional photos
or videos please do not hesitate to ask. Keep in mind that we can
provide financing as well as open or enclosed transportation right
to your door. We have the ability to ship just about anywhere in
the world regardless of your destination. Our goal is to make the
whole process easy and fun so give us a call and see what we can do
for you. All information provided is to the best of our knowledge
and we are not responsible for typographical errors.
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