Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1977 Chevrolet Camaro LT is a true survivor, and it has an outstanding paperwork file to help tell its story. So dig into the details on a low-mileage V8 classic that feels keeps a 1970s vibe going everywhere from the untouched paint to the working 8-track stereo.
There is a sweet spot in second-generation Camaros, where the updated styling still carried some nice brightwork. And these bumpers and trim are distinctive against the Dark Blue Metallic paint. This is not only the factory-correct color, but it's also the factory application. It has the right aged-in look you want on a survivor car, but it also has a clean and bright look that tells you this was treated as something special. After all, the odometer reflects the car's full mileage - averaging only about 350 miles annually. We even have documents showing it has always been a southern car and even spent over 35 years with the first owner. It's this level of care that creates a classic that remains so stock, clean, straight, and really a time capsule. And there's some terrific paperwork to tell this car's story. For example, that spoiler doesn't look stock for Camaro LT. But we actually have the dealer receipt from when they added it and installed it from new (it cost a whopping $58 for the part, painting, and installation!) It's these kinds of little extras you rarely find on other classics. So you know this is the kind of survivor for those who like to show their car and talk about it to other enthusiasts.
The light blue interior looks nice against the darker blue exterior. It shows all the right signs of being original in all the key places. And the ultra-low mileage means it feels like a time capsule, right down to the texture on the seats. The included window sticker shows this came with desirable features like the center console and power windows. And the factory air condition has the stock look but now blows cold with modern R134a refrigerant. In fact, the only real upgrade you may notice is the aftermarket AM/FM radio. But considering this is still a working 8-track player, you know it fits right into this very vintage atmosphere. And as preserved as this car is, you're also going to want to take it out on the road. It's a nice driver's set up with high-back bucket seats, a NK4 sports steering wheel, and a full gauge package w/tach set into a classic wood-like trim panel.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 305 cubic-inch V8. It has a complete stock and preserved style, but that doesn't mean missing out on maintenance. That's why it fires up readily, like a classic that's always ready to go to a cars & coffee. The drive is nice, and it has easy everyday features like power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
The full paperwork file on this special Camaro includes the original window sticker, bill of sale, warranty cars, dealer invoice, dealer receipts, owner's manual packet, title documentation, and maintenance records. This is a preserved classic with a great history. Now it's time for you to write the next chapter. Call today!!!
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