Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta
1750 Enterprise Way, Suite 109
TRUE Z28, 350CI, TH400 TRANS!
Among the last of the second-generation Camaros, GM packed the Z28s with all the good stuff they developed during its run. That includes both performance and comfort features. Looking good in its black paint, this car begs to be taken out and driven. Come on down and check it out, you may decide to drive it on home.
Dressed up in a Black color that give this Camaro a bad to the bone look. This car looks great. Hunkered down, long and low with a wide track describes the overall look of these second-generation Camaros. Known as a driver's car, features like a functional Air Induction hood that feeds cold air to the engine, side vents in the front fenders to let hot air out, and aerodynamic elements like a deep chin spoiler matched by a full width rear spoiler work together to make this car rock and roll on the road. Correct Z28 badging appears on the black grill, on the trunk, and at the back of the door in the silver triple stripes that wrap around the car from the front spoiler and down the side, with complimenting stripes on the hood and trunk. Z28 wheels with a low and lean stance crate a menacing look.
Open the door and you will find a door panel that reflects the long lean lines of the car with a chrome strip across the top. It is neat and clean with minimal wear. A 4-spoke Z28 steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column and sits in front of the tach on the right and speedo on the left with engine gauges to either side. Ventilation controls are below them on the left. Have a seat in the high-backed buckets that have supportive side bolsters that are nice for spirited driving. The shifter for the Hughes Performance Turbo Hydromatic 400 3-speed automatic is mounted in the center console with a nice armrest just behind it.
Pop the hood and you will find an engine that is slightly modified. It has seen good regular maintenance with a recent tune up with plugs, cap and wires, belts and hoses. The air cleaner captures fresh air from the air induction hood and feeds it to a Holley carburetor. An Speed Warrior intake matched up with long tube headers and a dual exhaust system from front to rear do a good job making some extra power. Finned Black M/T valve covers add a nice look to the engine and the power is sent back through the Hughe's Performance 3-speed automatic trans to a 10-bolt rear end which gets the power to the ground. The sway bars, both front and rear help with keeping the car cornering flat. Of-course power steering and power front disc brakes also help the handling and assure good braking while hauling this Z back down from speed.
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday - 9-5pm
Saturday - 9-3pm (Appointment Only After 3pm)
Sunday - Closed
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