For sale in our Nashville showroom is a sleek and sexy, not to mention sinister, 1971 Chevrolet Camaro split bumper. This '71 split bumper for sale looks as if it has just been dipped in black paint and just set aside to dry. I have a fondness for this body style so forgive me for drooling poetically a little here. The way this one was built has me thinking that I will follow suite with my next one. If you are a fan of split bumpers you will notice something it different about this one. Absent is the Endura nose that jutted out between the bumpers. I believe this car left the factory with a full bumper and the bumperettes have just been substituted without the Endura nose giving this car a very sleek look. But enough about bumpers! This car tidy inside and out. Under the hood of this 1971 Camaro for sale is 305 small block Chevrolet that is hooked to a turbo 350 3 speed automatic transmission. The list of new parts on and in this car just keeps on going. From the new Rochester� carburetor to ceramic coated headers the list of new parts is long and the result is a smooth beast. The list of new parts applies to the outside, under the hood and the interior with parts like Brake booster, brake lines and rear drums, new alternator, battery and fuel tank, new door panels, rear speaker and center console just to name a few. This car is well, smooth! Smooth driving, smooth lines and smooth looking. So if you are looking for a fantastic looking, smooth driving car that has more than enough power to get you into trouble and has had the window cranks, head light switch, dash pad and all the weather-stripping replaced (just to name a couple more ) than you just might have to check my garage because the more I type the more I like! Options for this 1971 split bumper Camaro for sale include: Air conditioning, AM/FM radio, Power steering, Power brakes, Vinyl interior, Raised white letter BF. Goodrich TA. Radial tires wrapped around rally rims. For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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