1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 with Original real trim tag

Price: US $910.00 Item location: Cumberland, Virginia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: 2dr. sdn
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 100,000
  • VIN: 124871N564030
  • Color: gray
  • Engine size: 350 small block
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1971 Chevrolet Camaro

Hey, real Z-28. Yes its a project, est for a guy who rolls his own. Like a back half for pro-street/drag. Or who planned on a four link anyway and needs Z bragging rights. We know a Z is not necessary to have the most awesome car. However, ere you will not need to add the word "tribute" after you add the emblems to the body, hich might be useful at the show or in a future sale ad ( if it matters/ let's say for the sale of this car that it will, s the reserve will count this factor in). HAS- small block not stuck, o carb, 50THM auto, 0 bolt( only a 1970 definitely had a 12 bolt, ccording to a certain helpful website), Z/28 steel wheels - but maybe they are later 70's type Z-28 wheels. Dash and column in place with front floor and tunnel has butchered shifter area. Bumpers, ome trim, pare frame/tail section if you want it. NEED- rear frame/rear floor pan/ trunk pan/ maybe tail lamps/shifter/ interior/seats/windshield cracked. Yes a real Z. You will have to do the back half thing. A modest 70-73 Z/28, vailable in something you can still restore. I hope someone sees what I see, nd I am auctioning it with a fair reserve ( reserve is set below the price of the video cartridge collection that most gamers don't use anymore). If I was buying here, 'm sure thousands will be spent on things to make this an awesome project, lus it's going to cost some fuel just to go get it. I'll probably spend more a transmission than the car cost me to begin with. So why not start with the body I REALLY want. A few comments here- The top of the RF fender is a little rough( replace the filler), f you need a deck lid or old grille, ust let me know after purchase. There is a car at a friend's house that could be bought by( the new owner- only)to make one from two. The parts car has good metal and would smooth up this transition (but it will cost something). I will be sure to including loading help on my end to set it on your tow rig, o you can get it home and get busy for the summer ride of a lifetime