TRUE Z/28, ONLY 4K MILES ON FULLY REBUILT DRIVETRAIN, FRESH PAINT/INTERIOR, WOW!
There are a few big bonuses that come with this 1973 Camaro Z/28. One, it's a real-deal Z/28, which was perhaps the hottest car on the road in 1973. Two, it's got a fresh drivetrain that was built to party and a spectacular paint job to go with it. And three, it's a two owner with incredible documentation including the original Dealer Invoice, owner's manual, and a lot more history about the car. Interested? Take a closer look.
Completely refinished in 2015, this stunning Camaro obviously had a ton of money spent on the bodywork. New quarters, a cowl-induction hood, and a lot of time have transformed it into one of the cleanest second-generation Camaros we've seen in a long time. Bright red is never the wrong choice on an F-body and with black Z/28 stripes running along the bodywork, well, it's definitely got the right look. All the proper Z/28 styling cues are there, including the ducktail spoiler and emblems. Door fit is good, the hood sits flush, and even the three-piece spoiler out back fits well, which is sometimes hard to do. Bright chrome bumpers look great against the red bodywork and you'll note that nobody tried to convert this to an RS model with the open grille, a questionable upgrade that never looks quite right anyway. This car gets plenty of attention as it is, believe us.
There's also a lot of fresh stuff inside, starting with a pair of high-back performance seats that wear black leather with red stitching to really complement the bodywork. The interior was completely gutted and lined with Dynamat, so it's hushed inside, then new carpets and a fresh headliner were installed. The dash and door panels are original and still look good considering their age and you won't have to worry about the nicely preserved back seat. It's got the wrap-around dash with a surprisingly nice woodgrained applique that matches the brand new wood-rimmed steering wheel and all the gauges show clear markings and lenses, with a set of Auto Meter auxiliary gauges under the dash. A B&M shifter manages the TH400 3-speed automatic transmission, and while there's no radio, that means it's ready for the upgrade of your choice. You'll also find a fairly clean trunk that's only a reproduction mat away from being like new.
Those fresh mechanicals include a built 350 cubic inch V8 with less than 3500 miles on it. An Edelbrock intake with Holley 4-barrel carburetor, Headman headers, and a big cam give it plenty of performance and it's still quite fresh. A few chrome pieces and bright Chevy Orange paint make the engine bay look special and it runs superbly. It's linked to a bulletproof TH400 3-speed automatic with a B/M shift kit inside and a 3000 RPM stall torque converter, which works with the 4.10 gears in the rebuilt 10-bolt to make this car a rocket off the line. There's a brand new dual exhaust system with X-pipe and the soundtrack is fantastic without being annoying. It's got the right stance, too, especially with those big 18-inch Boss Motorsports wheels and staggered Continental radials.
The Camaro has always represented high-profile fun, and this one delivers. With the incredible amount of documentation this car will certainly be a collector piece forever, and thanks to the extensive recent work, you can get in and start having fun immediately. Call today!
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- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Brakes
- Power Steering
- Build Receipts
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