Everything is right about this true 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. This
Camaro spent most of its life in southern California and it shows.
100% rock solid and original sheet metal is painted beautifully in
its original Nevada Silver color (Paint Code 13). The black Z28
stripes look fantastic on the cowl hood and rear deck lid. The
interior has also been restored to its original black standard
vinyl (code 775). Not many Z28's still retain specific Z28 items
such as the floor mounted accelerator pedal vs the standard pedal
that pivots from the firewall, wider front radiator support
opening, anti-sway equipment and more. This car just went through a
full inspection on 3/27 once the weather got nice. We installed all
new front end components for the steering as well as ball
Along with this purchase you will receive a partial build sheet that was found on top of the fuel tank but unfortunately it is in very bad shape. This beast is powered by a rebuilt 350 bored .30 over, Broodix High Performance Heads, Solid Cam (sounds healthy), Holley High Rise Intake, Holley Street Avenger Carb, headers and more. Putting this power to the ground is a Mucnie 4-Speed M21 transmission and 3.73 gears!
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