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1971 Chevrolet Camaro

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You can always spot the cars built for speed first, everything else second. Sure, all our cars are nice, but once in a while something like this 1971 Camaro Z/28 shows up and you know exactly where the builder's priorities were when he put it together. With a snarling small block, that race-read stance, and a ton of high-end hardware underneath, it's exactly the car you don't want to tangle with at the next stop light. OK, so it does look pretty darned good, too. The bright silver paint with handsome medium blue SS stripes give this second-generation F-body a great look. You'll also see great panel gaps which the icy silver paint shows off to great effect, and a minimum of fuss with the other body panels. Just look how sharp the crease running down the sides of the car is, how closely the rear spoiler fits to the body, and how the cowl induction hood shows exactly zero ripples and waves. Obviously there's a ton of time invested here and it has paid off in a big way. The paint is two-stage urethane so the shine is incredibly deep and looks amazing in the sun, so you'll always have a ton of attention, even before you fire up the cackling 350. This one also carries the much-coveted split bumper with blacked-out Z/28 grille and chrome bumperettes, a look that never seems to go out of style. If you want a great-looking Camaro, you've found it. Tradition and high-performance meet inside with houndstooth cloth fabric on the high-back buckets and rear bench. Beautifully finished to OEM standards, this certainly doesn't look like a street brawler and once again, obviously someone spent the long dollar here to make it look so good. A deep-dish steering wheel frames a column-mounted tach, so you know it means business. There's a center console, complete with Hurst shifter and cue ball knob, along with a trio of white-faced gauges that are placed so that they resemble console-mounted auxiliary gauges that the factory used to install. And yes, that tachometer's redline is pointing at 7000 RPM, something we'll discuss in a moment. The entertainment center is an AM/FM/cassette stereo that still sounds good, and the trunk is neatly finished with a reproduction mat. The engine is a 350 cubic inch small block that's clearly been built for combat. Sure, it looks awesome, but dig the details like the fitted pressure hoses instead of rubber cooling hoses, the billet water neck, and those gorgeous long-tube headers. Aluminum heads, a Holley double-pumper, and a high-output ignition deliver the horsepower, but there's also plenty of chrome dress-up to delight the eye. It's racecar sanitary under the hood, and no worries about heat with that massive aluminum radiator and electric fan. The transmission is a 4-speed spinning 4.10s on a Posi out back. Twin race-spec Flowmasters sound nasty and act as a warning, while the chrome Cragar mags give it a vintage look. If you want a second-gen Camaro that looks great and runs even better, we've just discovered your next cruise-night heartbreaker. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.

Reference Number 205485

as of 12/13/2012

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Car 1971 Chevrolet Camaro
VIN 1971CHEVROLETCAMARO1971-CHA 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
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