800 Derita Road, Ste. A
A real-deal 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a classic that will always be in demand. So when you find an example that has plenty of recent work done and a cold-blowing A/C interior, you've found the classic that's easy to drive anywhere and people love to see everywhere.
This is a sweet spot for many Camaro lovers. The first few years of the 2nd generation cars carried a nice mixture of European fastback lines with some bold American touches. The pinnacle of this was the RS package that gave these pony cars some serious attitude. The split-bumper, with the flexible Endura front end (a feature borrowed from Pontiac), gave these Camaros a wide mouth that made them look like they would inhale anything that got in their way. And since a car like this was made to get attention, they gave it a more recent respray of the factory-correct Nevada Silver. In fact, this real-deal Z/28 has all the right features you love, including the chin spoiler, full-width rear spoiler, and correct updated Rally wheel package with gunmetal gray wheels. And of course, the dual black stripes are iconic all on their own, so these look great in a glossy black.
The black accenting on the exterior also is a nice preview of the black interior. You get the correct high-backed bucket seats, which debuted for the 1971 model year. They have been recovered so they feel particularly nice and have the classic button-top presentation. Plus, there are other premium touches, like the walnut wood-like trim, center console, and cold-blowing air conditioning. But this isn't just a coddler. This is a driver's machine, and you know it the moment you see a dash built around you. Your left hand will love the grip of the NK4 sports steering wheel, and your right one may never want to leave the iconic horseshoe shifter.
There was a nice investment in the engine bay, and you can instantly see it by the fresh look of everything. This is a younger 350 cubic-inch V8 block, and it's surrounded by newer components, like the master cylinder, brake booster, alternator, and A/C system. It inhales deeply with a proper Rochester Quadrajet four-barrel carb, and the exhales with a sweet rumble out of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. And as you check out those pipes, you'll also see an exceptionally fresh look everywhere underneath that reminds you there has been plenty of more recent work on this coupe. The three-speed automatic transmission has crisp shifts that are ideal for both performance driving and easy cruising. Plus, with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and wide BF Goodrich rubber, this makes for an all-around great package.
A true Z-car with the legendary spilt bumper look is something we all love, so don't miss out on this icon. Call now!
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