800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is the real deal with nearly impossibly low mileage, exceptional documentation, and such a great survivor status that it has been designated a benchmark for others who want to get theirs back to factory condition. So dig into all the details, but if you're a muscle car fan, you already know how awesome and rare this opportunity is.
This Z/28 has averaged less than 220 miles annually. Let that sink in for a moment. For nearly half a century, this valued classic's odometer has averaged less in a year than some commuters put on in a week. Authenticity is this car's buzzword. You see it in the code-74 Dark Red Metallic paint. It's the factory original color with nearly $4k invested a few years ago in a true professional polishing, to bring out a fresh shine. This car oozes with well-done lines, bright chrome bumpers, and a honest appearance. It represents day one status that it has been recognized by the American Camaro Association as a benchmark car for those who want to restore theirs properly. Oh yeah, the crowds will really love this one. After all, they're already going to be attracted to the Z/28's speedy looks with the wide air dam, proper badging, full-width spoiler, and five-spoke Rally wheel package. And of course, the white D88 racing stripes are earned on this Z-car. So the looks will attract the crowds, and the exceptional survivor story will make sure they tell all their friends about this one!
The interior continues the time capsule look. The high back bucket seats are supportive and comfortable. Not only do they look like no one has even sat in them long enough to give this coupe a proper test drive, but also there isn't even a button missing from the seatbacks. This coordinating black on the seats, carpeting, door panels, and dash really help with this Z's menacing attitude, but it's far from the whole story. You'll also appreciate the quality that comes from the details like the heat/defrost controls and AM radio that are all just like they came from the factory. This is all set in a dash that is oriented towards the driver, because you are the most important part in this Z/28. That's why you also get a grippy NK4 sports steering wheel and a full set of gauges.
The motor is also part of this total time capsule package. This is the numbers-matching high-performance L82 V8 under the hood. It has everything you want correct, right down to the ribbed valve covers and Rochester four-barrel carburetor. You may see a few other original L82 Z-cars out there, it will be hard to find one with this level of preservation, right down to original markings, decals, and tags still in place. And while there may be some concern about a car that has seen so little use, it has received the right maintenance and care so that the special V8 fires up readily and idles smoothly. The original Muncie M21 close ratio transmission has the kind of crisp action you'll love. And the Z/28's special handling package includes power brakes w/discs up front, sway bars front & rear, and 3.73 Positraction rear end. So even thought this one is a museum-quality survivor, we know you won't be able to resist adding to the ultra-low mileage odometer.
A car this special needs the right documentation, and so it comes with a file that includes names and contact info for the previous owners. Plus, you have the original window sticker, a warranty card, pictures from new, title documentation, owner's manual, maintenance records, and more. This is a truly amazing survivor, and there is likely no other car of this caliber. So don't miss a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Call now!
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