This here is one badass Camaro. Introduced in 1970, the
2nd-Generation Camaro (of which this Camaro is a member) was lower,
longer and wider than its predecessor. The new body style featured
a fastback roofline and ventless full-door glass with no rear side
quarter windows. This Camaro comes with an LS3 396 C.I. V8 paired
to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold. Power is
delivered to the rear wheels through an updated 4-speed 700R4
automatic transmission. This is a very solid Camaro with a "Hugger
Orange" paintjob spread over a body that is as straight as a ruler.
The white rally stripes in addition to the SS trim is sure to turn
heads up and down the boulevard. The interior is in great shape, as
the black vinyl bucket seats are comfortable and ready for the next
cruise. This striking Camaro is fitted with power steering, power
front disc brakes, new gauges, air conditioning, an updated
AM/FM/CD radio, new speakers and stereo system, a functional cowl
hood, front and rear spoilers, a split bumper, a center console,
and a rumbling dual-exhaust setup. Of course, a car can't drive
anywhere without a nice set of wheels. That's why this Camaro is
equipped with a beautiful set of Boss Performance wheels on top of
a matching set of blackwall tires. This Camaro is just waiting for
the right person to bring it back onto the road again!
1971 Chevrolet Camaro
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