The enhanced V8 power, a terrific color combo, and a well-done
interior make this 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 quite desirable. It's
the kind of classic that you'll enjoy the drive and revel in the
people who take longer stares because they wish they were driving a
sleek silver coupe like this.
Silver has a timeless look, and the trim tag tells us this one was
born in this color. It was given a proper respray later in life, so
there's a nice finish that radiates a more modern shine on a sunny
day. There are some signs of enjoyment, because after all, a
classic like this was made to be enjoyed. But overall, you'll be
impressed with this car's style. And the silver makes for a great
way to showcase the Z/28 stripe package. The two-tone orange and
red have a retro-cool look that keeps a modern appeal with how
crisp it looks. The stripes zoom up the rockers and even loops
under to show off the full front spoiler. These two-tone stripes
also highlight the hood scoop and three-piece rear spoiler to show
off some of the coupe's best pieces. Plus, the blackout look of the
grille, headlight bezels, inner hood scoop, and tinted glass add
the right touch of coordinated dark-side aggression. And the
upgraded American racing wheels add to the sporty stance without
losing the iconic classic feeling.
A red interior always looks great on a sports car, and this has the
added benefit of even coordinating with the exterior's stripes. The
clean look of the upholstery, dash, and other fundamentals show
there has been the right mix of care and investments. It has all
the best in comforts, including high-back bucket seats with velour
inserts, power windows, power locks, and an armrest center console.
This was even a factory A/C car with many of the main components
still in place if you want to return the feature. The stereo has
been fully graded to a touchscreen infotainment system that runs
the radio, Bluetooth, and other modern features. Best of all, this
classic Camaro remains a great driver with an NK4 sports steering
wheel, tilt column, and upgraded Sun Pro tach.
Under the hood is a 350 cubic-inch V8. It's a fresher addition that
looks cool with Spectre air cleaner, polished components such as
the center-bolt valve covers, and even a newer aluminum radiator
with electric fan. The small block inhales deeper with a Holley
four-barrel carburetor, and the long tube headers let this exhale
with power and authority into the H-pipe dual exhaust. It's also
easy to enjoy thanks to power steering, power brakes, front discs,
a rear sway bar, and the three-speed automatic transmission.
This has the style, substance, and price you want, so you know it's
the shining classic Z-car you can't let get away. Call today!!!