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Here's a great way to get a speedy custom classic on a budget. This 1984 Chevrolet Camaro almost looks stock from the outside, but keen eyes will start to pick up on all the touches that lead to the beast within.
This one makes the right first impression. The metallic gray paint has a timeless appeal, and this one is a professional application that looks terrific on the sunlight. You even get some of the best 4th-gen Camaro pieces like the full body kit and Z/28 style rear wing. But Camaro fans can also spot a ton of custom work. After all, those bold red racing stripes were never part of any factory package. And they highlight the lightweight fiberglass cowl induction hood w/hood pins. Plus, while the best Camaros of this era had five-spoke wheels, those 17-inch Ronal alloys shine brighter and look better than anything the factory offered.
When you open the door, there are more of the right competition-ready upgrades. It starts with the newer racing bucket seats up front. Plus, the Hurst Quart Stick shifter feels great in your right hand, and your left one may never want to leave the Momo Nero sports steering wheel. Beyond that are a full set of AutoMeter Phantom gauges that looks great with their white backing radiating within this dark interior. But more than just the right performance upgrades, this has the right creature comfort investments, too. That's why you have cold-blowing R134a air conditioning, and there's a Kenwood AM/FM/CD/XM receiver with pop-up screen and Bluetooth.
Under the hood is where this one earns its sporty upgrades. There was a 350 cubic-inch performance crate motor installed in 2017. It has been enhanced further with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, aluminum radiator, and Hooker headers feeding a growling dual exhaust. This is a powerful setup. That's why it feeds a TH350 automatic transmission and a strong 12-bolt rear with 35 spline axles and Auburn limited slip with 3.42 gears. And as you look through the undercarriage photos, you're going to see more great upgrades like the tubular A-arm front suspension and fortified rear end. Add in Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and the modern grip of BF Goodrich gForce Sport tires, and this is a truly street-eating machine.
A total package that's nicely presented, and has a healthy power upgrade, makes this Chevy very desirable. And the affordable price on this rocket means you have to hurry if you want it to be yours. Call today!!!
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