I am listing a 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS Clone that has been in the family, garaged, for the past 43 years. Over the years, it was used by my parents, my grandparents and then my sister and I in high school. In 1999, my father and I started a complete restoration to transform it into what you see today. VIN # 6124871N513705. It has a CHEVY 350 bored .030 over, with Crane Energizer cam (part #100072; 284 degree int. &exh. duration), lifters and rocker arms, Comp Cams Timing Set (part #7812-16) with a power glide transmission and a TCI Torque Converter hooked to a Auburn posi rear with Richmond 3.73 gears. It is fed with a 4 barrel Holley 0-3310S 750 cfm carb, a Weiand Intake (#8016), Carter mechanical and electric fuel pumps, and Accel HEI Super Coil (part #140033 and Accel Distributor cap (part #8122). The suspension has been completely rebuilt with all polyurethane bushings, new front and rear sway bars, new AC Delco shocks, springs, new wheel bearings, new brake calipers and rotors, new brake lines and fuel lines. It has been lowered 1 1/2 inches with new paint with the racing stripes, and new wheels have been placed on it as you can see in the picture. I do have the original Z/28 wheels if you want them. The interior of the car has been completely re-finished starting with the replacement of the front floor panels. There is new carper, floor mats, new instrument panels, new door panels, new dash, and leather seating surfaces on all four seats. It has a blue-tooth capable, with remote, radio with mp3. I even have the original Owner's Manual and all other documentation of what went into the restoration. If you have any questions, you can respond through email. Thank you,
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