For Sale: 1971 Chevrolet Camaro in Costa Mesa, California

Vehicle Description

This spectacular all original sheet metal 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 coined “Infrared” was designed by Sean Smith Designs. The car is finished in BMW BASF/Glasurit Shakir Orange Metallic over Lamborghini Nero Perseus black leather and Alcantara. Powered by a 700hp 454ci LSX V8 paired with a Bowler Performance Transmissions Stage ll Tremec six-speed manual transmission transferring the power via a Tilton 246 dual disc hydraulic clutch, and a light weight carbon fiber drive shaft to the Detroit Speed/GM12-bolt positraction rear axle with 4.11:1 gears. Features include a one off luxurious interior with a leather-wrapped roll cage, Detroit Speed suspension, JRI adjustable coilovers, six-piston Baer brakes, staggered HRE 207H forged three-piece wheels, a Ford GT-style switch panel, one off Sean Smith designed, Sparc Industries machined instrument gauge dash panel, steering wheel, shift ball, switch panel ring, Ringbrothers machined door and hood hinges. EVOD Industries provided the intricate one off machined billet aluminum front grille and machined 3” exhaust tips. Additional equipment consists of a shaved MSD intake manifold, Holley 90mm throttle body, Mast Motorsports 305 cylinder heads, Detroit Speed stainless steel headers, XRP hoses, and Burnt Bronze Cerakoted engine and exhaust components. This remarkable car was invited to the 2019 SEMA show, is the current 2021Goodguys Muscle Machine Winner, 1st place at Hot August Nights in Reno, Nevada, and 2022 Grand National Roadster Show 1st place in the Street Machine Class and 1st Place in Interior. This one of  Camaro is offered on dealership consignment with a clean California title. 

The car was refinished in Shakir Orange Metallic by Leo Vargas of Showtime Paint in Gardena, California during current ownership. The body was modified by Stone’s Metal Shop with a larger grille opening with a black-finished EVOD Industries billet grille, one off carbon front spoiler by SpeedKore, tastefully modified original body-colored rear spoiler, one off billet aluminum machined turn signal and integrated air intake scoops, body-colored recessed split bumperettes, two-inch extended perimeter rocker panels, flush-mounted front and rear glass, and Dapper Lighting HID headlamps with amber turn signal halos. The dual black-finished billet aluminum exhaust tips exit through the extended rear valance.

The staggered HRE forged three-piece S207H wheels are finished in matte black with gloss black barrels and are mounted with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires measuring 275/30/19 up front and 345/30/20 out back. The front suspension features a Detroit Speed hydroformed front subframe, tubular control arms, a large-diameter sway bar, subframe connectors, and power-assisted rack and pinion steering while the rear features a Detroit Speed QUADRALink weld-in kit with an anti-roll bar. Adjustable JRI coilovers are fitted at all four corners. Stopping power is provided by Aztec Gold-finished Baer six-piston calipers and 14″ drilled and slotted rotors.

The cabin features bolstered bucket seats which were sourced from an Audi TT and upholstered in Hyde’s Lamborghini Nero Perseus leather and Alcantara by Gabe’s Custom Interiors of San Bernardino, California. Features include a leather-wrapped roll cage, an Alcantara-wrapped headliner, A-pillars, and sun visors, and a Sparc Industries machined dashboard and engraved shifter knob as well as an Infrared plaque, climate controls, a custom center console with illuminated Ford GT-style switches, Schroth racing harnesses, Ferrari air vents, power windows, a Lokar shift lever and pedals, and a Kenwood touchscreen infotainment system. The trunk is upholstered in leather to match the interior and features an Infrared plaque in the center.

The billet Sparc Industries steering wheel frames a Classic Instruments Infrared-branded 220-mph speedometer, 10k-rpm tachometer, and gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, coolant temperature, and battery voltage. The five-digit odometer shows 2,400 miles, all of which were added by the owner. Total mileage is unknown.

The 454ci LSX V8 was built by L&R Engines and features a shaved MSD intake manifold, Mast Motorsports Black Label 305 cylinder heads, a Holley 90mm throttle body, XRP hoses, and Burnt Bronze Cerakoted engine, drive accessory, and exhaust components.

Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a Bowler Performance Transmissions Stage ll Tremec six-speed manual transmission and a Detroit Speed/GM12-bolt positraction rear axle with 4.11:1 gears. The custom 3″ tig-welded exhaust features dual X-pipes, Helmholtz resonators, and Borla mufflers which are finished in Burnt Bronze Cerakote.

Vehicle Details

  • 1971 Chevrolet Camaro
  • Listing ID: CC-1598609
  • Price: $364,888
  • Location:Costa Mesa, California
  • Year:1971
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Camaro
  • Exterior Color:Metallic Orange
  • Interior Color:Black Leather
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Engine Size:V-8
  • Odometer:2400
  • VIN:124871L08856
Listed By:
OTM Vehicle Consulting
9625 Black Mountain Rd. Ste. 315D
San diego, CA 92126

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