1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. This Z28 runs and drives better than new and is very clean. Build sheet, owner manuals, and other original paper work comes with this car. It looks to have been a Southern car for its entire life. The 5.7L 350 engine runs great. It is dressed up with a Edelbrock intake and Hedman headers. Both look new. Mildly built with a small cam. This engine has a nice sound to it. The automatic transmission pulls and shifts great. The entire A/C system looks to be new and it blows cold. A new, vintage style radio head unit has been put in. This Camaro features power brakes and front and rear sway bars. The interior is very clean with no rips or tears. The paint on this car is very nice. No shortcuts were taken on the paint and body. The underside is very solid with no rust other than minor surface rust in places. New gas tank Some options include: Tilt steering wheel Cruise control 3.42 rear gear A/C 4 barrel carburetor And many more.... Tires are almost new. This car is ready to jump in and drive anywhere. These cars are on the rise just like the early 70's and late 60's. Financing available with solid down payment.
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