Here we have a 1971 Chevy Camaro RPO Z27 with matching SS 350 numbers and it's Red! Wow! Look at this legendary, distinctive driving machine. Check it out from top to bottom, you won't be dissapointed. Classic black interior with a 4 speed manual transmission. Pictured as it sits, and with a little TLC could be worth thousands more. How many of these have you seen lately? I thought so! Only 8377 of these cars produced. Protecto Plate of course! Power steering, power front disc brakes. New scuff plates and exterior door handles. Good original floor plans and rocker panels. Solid trunk pan. Comes with original hubcaps. To obtain more information on this particular vehicle, call, email or stop by, and one of our sales associates will be happy to assist you. Questions or a short video, no problem! We take trades and can help arrange financing and shipping. You can buy with confidence, as we are one the industries leading 5 Star classic car dealers. Our founding principles remain the same today as they did in the beginning, "Honesty and Integrity". We believe we can make your classic car purchase an enjoyable experience. Our sales and office staff with handle all of the details as you sit back and await the arrival of your legendary motorcar. Thank you for viewing and if we can be of any assistance please call 941-928-2339. See our entire inventory at www.americanclassiccarsales.com. American Classic Car Sales 1683 Cattlemen Road Sarasota, FL 34232 941-928-2339 Showroom hours: Monday-Friday 8-5:30 Saturday 9-4 Sunday By Appointment Only
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