213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1974 Chevrolet Camaro was converted to the previous model year's Rally Sport split-bumper style, and that's for a very good reason. When you install a fire-breathing big block under the hood, you also want to make sure it has the mean look of an aggressor that's going to inhale all of the lesser cars out there. And with a nice performance style everywhere from the slick paint to the upgraded interior, this custom Camaro knows how to live up to its powerful attitude.
The split bumper conversion was a well-done upgrade where it's really going to be your decision if you want to tell everyone that this is a 1974 model because it looks like one from the previous years. The rear was also upgraded for the quad tail lights and form-hugging bumper of the desirable earlier design. And not only does it have the sleeker look of the earlier RS cars, but it also has all the best sporty details. The cowl hood, Z/28 badging, and D80 rear spoiler are all part of a powerful appearance. And there's a thoughtfulness within this sporty style. The classic Cortez Silver has a smoothness from a good application. And details like the Torq Thrust wheels and painted racing stripes are all done in harmonizing tones to add distinction to this custom coupe.
The black interior has a good look against the silver and gray tones of the exterior. It has a clean and complete style with a newer dash cap, good weather-stripping, full carpeting, protective floor mats, and good upholstery. But what's most striking is how much this is a driver's car. You have comfortable high-back bucket seats up front, toggle switches (for display), a Grant sports steering wheel, and a B&M shifter. And the gauge package has a race-ready style with a smooth aluminum panel featuring crisp white-faced readouts.
The tidy engine bay shows off a serious powerhouse. This is a 496 big block that has been upgraded with a Scat crank, a performance camshaft, and a full rotating assembly. It's topped with a Holley 750 double-pumper four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake. It has good supporting components, like fabricated valve covers, Taylor wires, and a large aluminum radiator with electric fans. And a nice set of wrapped headers add power while also contributing to the thunder of the dual exhaust. It's an awesomely powerful Camaro, but it's also built to be a driver. The three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs are all part of a solid cruising attitude.
Complete with build receipts, this is the sharp-looking split-bumper conversion that will impress with its style and performance substance. Call today!!!
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