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This is how a 1981 Chevrolet Camaro was always supposed to be. The bold looks are now backed up by a 383ci monster motor, five-speed upgrade, and plenty of other performance goodies. So read on for all the details about the power and even added comfort of the in this thoroughly upgraded T-top coupe.
You know you love the look of these final-year 2nd generation Camaros. 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 on an example that has less than 3,000 miles on it since completing its restoration. So the Atlantis Blue has a deep color and a terrific metallic element that loves to radiate in the sunshine. And the triple-blue stripe package is a well-coordinated piece for this total package. It also carries the Z/28 features, like the chin spoiler that wraps around to the wheel openings, a proper hood scoop, fender vents, and the ducktail spoiler out back. It's a well-done classic car package, right down to the special blue-painted Rally wheels.
The black interior has the fresh look that tells you they invested correctly inside, too. There are the right features you're looking for, like the high-back bucket seats, center console, power locks, and power windows. Plus, there are some well-integrated upgrades for you to enjoy this Camaro more. For example, the T-tops are great to open you up to the world, and the upgraded AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with Bluetooth and subwoofers mean your favorite music heard loud and clear while you have a wind-in-your-hair driving experience. You get the classic corded sports steering wheel on a tilt column. And now that's part of an upgraded driver experience with crisp AutoMeter gauges and a Hurst shorty-throw shifter.
As you've probably picked up from all the other performance components around this Camaro, this coupe was built with speed in mind. So a regulation-choked 350 cubic-inch motor would never do. Instead, the powerplant under the hood is a 383 stroker V8, with performance upgrades such as a Patriot aluminum heads, air gap intake, four-barrel carburetor, and Hooker long tube headers. It also has the right supporting components, like an MSD ignition, and a Champion aluminum radiator. You get true control over this upgraded power and rumbling soundtrack thanks to the five-speed manual transmission. Plus, you have subframe connectors, traction bars, and a rear sway bar to give this Camaro even better confidence on the road. Plus, keeping this monster machine a manageable cruiser are nice anytime features like power steering, wide BF Goodrich T/As, and power brakes w/discs up front.
This coupe is the perfect sleeper. Everyone loves how these Camaros look, but no one expects them to run this aggressively. It's a custom and fresh restomod you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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