Camaro Z/28 LT
$311.58 Per Month
RARE Z/28 LT, PERIOD 350 V8, AUTO, DUALS, PWR FRNT DISCS/STEERING, FACTORY A/C!!
There are a few big bonuses that come with this 1973 Chevrolet 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 also an upscale LT, which makes it rather rare. And finally, it's loaded with options including factory A/C.
OK, it's not a show car, but you will not be able to keep a low profile in this Camaro. The paint job was done a while ago and looks good going down the road, but it's not going to stand up to the rigors of show car judging, so just go ahead and have some fun instead. 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. You could probably give it a buff to wake it up a bit, and only a few minor issues are visible, so a little TLC will go a long way. 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.
When you look inside, you'll find a mostly original interior that's in very good condition considering it just celebrated its 45th birthday. Fortunately, someone has taken very good care of this Camaro, so the black seats still look good and are comfortable enough for long drives. The dash is in good shape, the carpets aren't worn, and you won't have to worry about the back seat, which still looks great. The door panels are probably original and show a bit of wear and there are speakers installed in the map pockets, but it all has a uniform look that works. It's got the wrap-around dash with a surprisingly nice woodgrained applique and all the gauges show clear markings and lenses, with an aftermarket Sunpro oil pressure gauge for good measure. As I mentioned with the speakers, there's an AM/FM/cassette stereo that almost looks OEM as well as a set of 6x9 speakers on the rear package shelf. Options include factory A/C, a tilt steering column, and a center console with a Hurst Dual Gate shifter.
Those mechanicals include a 350 cubic inch V8 that looks quite fresh sitting under the hood It's mostly stock, including a Rochester 4-barrel carburetor, factory manifolds, and a modest cam, and it sure runs well! A set of finned valve covers and bright Chevy Orange paint make the engine bay look special and aside from the chrome air cleaner, it hasn't been excessively modified, which is always nice to see on a Camaro. It's linked to a bulletproof TH400 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt rear end, so breakage isn't something you'll have to worry about. There's a recent dual exhaust system and the chassis shows off a lifetime in a warm climate with ultra-clean floors that aren't hidden under rustproofing compound. It's got the right stance, especially with those charcoal gray SS wheels and 235/60/15 BFG radials.
The Camaro has always represented flashy V8 fun, and this one delivers. Add in a little time and effort and you'll have an A-list muscle car that you can really be proud of. Call today!
Seatbelts, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Front Disc Brakes, Vinyl Interior, Tilt Wheel, Heat, Air Conditioning, Defrost, Cassette Player, AM/FM Radio
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- 350 V8
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- Body Color
- Body Style
- 60,311 (Unknown)
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- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 120 months