1971 Chevrolet Camaro


I built this car with the intention of keeping it forever. Five years later I’m in the thick of another project and I could really use the garage space, so I’m offering it for sale hoping that it finds an appreciative owner who wants to drive it regularly. Originally a 307ci 2bbl with a powerglide, this car is now a very streetable, drivable beast with a new 383ci stroker that makes about 480hp/480lb ft at the crank.  This has pretty much been my go-to car daily, although it’s one of four cars I rotate among. I’ve put probably around 2000 miles on the car in the 4 years since completing the build. It attracts phones and thumbs up everywhere I take it.  I bought the car because it was an Arizona car that had just been repainted in period correct Z28 livery. The glass was new, as were the seat covers, carpet and headliner. That’s pretty much all I kept.  I stripped everything else off the car and replaced it to make it the drag racer/highway cruiser it is today.  This is a very nice car and I’ll store it before I give it away. The odometer is only 5-digit and reads 10,622, so I have no idea what the actual mileage is.The car is on a clean and clear Florida title and is available to be seen in Asheville, NC. Here’s a partial list of what’s been done: – Smeding Performance 383ci Extreme SBC with Quick Fuel 4bbl carb – Concept One serpentine pulley system with all new accessories  – New radiator with SPAL twin fans and controller – 2004R overdrive transmission built by CK performance for 650hp – Currie 12-bolt rear end with Eaton TrueTrac 3.73 gears – Hotchkis 2″ Drop Stage 2 TVS with Fox shocks (this completely replaces the stock suspension, front and rear and includes welded in subframe connectors and anti-sway bars front and rear) – Hotchkis Tie Rod Sleeves – Hotchkis Premium Steering Rebuild Kit – AGR steering box valved for Hotchkis – Flowmaster Scavenger Series Elite stainless headers  – Flowmaster American Thunder 2.5” inch stainless exhaust – Wilwood master cylinder – Wilwood forged narrow superlite brakes, 6 piston front and 4 piston rear – Foose 18” wheels – 3-point seatbelts – New dash pad – Current Alpine bluetooth receiver, Pioneer Elite amp, Hertz high energy 6X9 stereo system – A/C re-valved for R134a – Headlights are Hella H4 housings with led bulbs to provide modern day lighting with period correct appearance – Aluminum subframe bushings, new brake lines, new fuel sender, voltmeter in place of ammeter, and more.

1971 Chevrolet Camaro
1971 Chevrolet Camaro
1971 Chevrolet Camaro





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