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This 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is vintage in all the right places (like the iconic stripe package) and has great integrated upgrades (like the Bluetooth stereo in the ultra-clean interior.) And since you have the control of a four-speed on the original numbers-matching V8, you know this really does provide you with the ideal vintage sports car experience.
You know you love the look of these final-years for the second-generation Camaro. The angular body had matured into a seamless and chrome-free design that makes it look even a bit modern today. It only gets better with this car's factory-correct red retains a nice gloss and shine. It's a nice backdrop for the dark tri-color stripe package that was tasteful when new, and it remains an icon today. This accent color is also ideal, because it so nicely coordinates with the Rally wheel package that was updated for the 1980s. It still carries all the correct Z/28 features, like the chin spoiler that wraps around to the wheel openings, fender vents, and the ducktail spoiler out back. And this one is even so well presented, it even still carries a proper cowl induction hood!
Inside there's plenty of gray to coordinate with the exterior accent color. The seats looks quite nice with the light gray accenting, silver piping, and comfortable cloth inserts where you sit. And with the side panels, dash, and headliner all coordinating and feeling fresh, this is the kind of classic you'll drive with pride. It even has great comfort features like the armrest center console. And there's a nicely integrated AM/FM/CD stereo that features a touchscreen interface, satellite radio, and Bluetooth. Best of all, this is a true driver's machine with the Z/28's classic corded steering wheel, full gauge panel w/ large speedo & tach, and a Hurst shifter right where you want to place your right hand.
The only way you could get the large and reliable 350 cubic-inch Chevy small block in 1980 was with the Z/28 package. So it's great to not only have the top motor in this cool cruiser, but also it's great to know the V8 is the numbers-matching unit. You can really tell this likes to showcase originality with the bold blue on the block and the diaphragm around the air cleaner for a true fresh air breathing car. And while there is stock look on top, the addition of long tube headers on the upgraded dual exhaust mean more power and a better rumble. Best of all, you're in complete control of this powerful V8 and its soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Adding to this driver's attitude are features like power steering, front disc brakes, and sway bars front & rear.
Crisp, clean, and absolutely cool, this stick-shift Camaro delivers a terrific driver's attitude, and does it for an affordable price. Call today!!!
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