For sale is a 1978 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 This is a Running/ Driving Project ClassicIt does have a small hole and rust in the trunk and there is some bondo on the back of the vehicle located on the passenger side behind the rear tire approx 10 inch sectionThere is no trunk lock currently on the car ( there is a new one included in the sale) It has a black exterior that is in fair condition and a black and white interior that was redone in 2014. There is a small slit in the backseat.It has a floor shifter. This car has a 350 engine that was rebuilt this year 2016 and an automatic transmission. It does have air conditioning but it is currently not workingpower steeringpower brakesCar Runs goodThere are new parts that come with the car (not installed) including:New Door Handles and HingesDoor locks and Trunk LockComplete Weather Stripping for Windows and DoorsShown by appointment Only WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE
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