213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a real-deal Z-car that has also been upgraded with the right pieces you want. That means a split bumper front end, smooth paint, four-wheel disc brakes, an overdrive transmission, and an enhanced small block for serious power.
Antique White is a great color with a timeless look. It's the factory-correct color but the smooth shine also tells you it was given a far more recent update. Good lines, nice chrome, and good glass are all part of a well-presented classic. These real-deal Z/28s are the Camaros that get to wear the dual racing stripes with correct pride, and so they painted them in black for a timeless elegant contrast. The upgraded split-bumper Rally Sport front end is another Camaro hallmark, and so it's great to have the grille in black to coordinate with the stripes. This coupe has plenty of more sporty intimidation. It comes from stock pieces like the front air dam and full-width rear spoiler. Plus, you have well-placed upgrades, like the taller cowl hood, large dual exhaust tips, and a performance stance from the Budnick wheels with 17/18 inch front/rear stagger and extra-wide rear tires.
The black accents of the outside give you a preview of the full black interior. Just like the outside, this is the factory-correct color package that was given some improvements. The seats, carpeting, and dash have a fresh style to keep this looking good. There's an AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette, and this even appears to have been born an A/C car (it will need components and serving to blow cold again.) This is a driver-oriented layout with a high-back bucket seat, armrest center console, NK4 sports steering wheel on a tilt column, power steering, and full gauges with large speedo and tach. So it's easy to get comfortable in this powerful coupe.
The engine bay has slick black inner fenders that funnel your attention to the powerhouse in the middle. This is a fresher 350 cubic-inch V8, and in fact, the consignor states it's a GM Performance 383 stroker motor. It's a stout small block built with aluminum heads, a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, cast valve covers, MSD ignition, and a serpentine belt system. And the long tube headers add power while also contributing to the rumble of the X-pipe dual exhaust. This is a string driver with added bracing in the engine bay, subframe connectors, and sway bars front & rear. And you'll love the upgraded driving experience that comes from additions like a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, grippy ZR-rated tris, and a Wilwood booster for the four-wheel disc brakes.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the real-deal Z-car that lives up to (and surpasses) its performance image. Something this powerful and beautiful won't stay off the streets long. Call today!!!
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