1971 Camaro Z28 LS1 T56 6 speed conversion

Price: US $25,000.00 Item location: Satellite Beach, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Z28
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 5,627
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: LS1 5.7
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1971 Chevrolet Camaro

For Sale:


1971 Chevy Camaro Z28


I purchased this car in November 2001. At the time it did not have the original motor or transmission. I used it as my daily driver until 2004 when I deployed to Iraq (was in the Army). When I returned I removed the old 350 and Saginaw 4 speed and replaced it with a LS1 and T56 6 speed manual trans from a 2000 Camaro Z28.

This is what was done:

LS1 with T56 with 24,064 miles ($5,025) New coated Shorty headers from street and performance ($535)

Motor mounts are fully welded and bolted in.

Frame was removed and sandblasted and powder coated ($250).

Custom trans mount and motor mounts from Brewers Restoration ($449)

Custom drive shaft from Driveline NW ($304)

Engine wiring harness ($730) and car harness ($306) from painless wiring

Computer was reprogrammed by Speartech ($300)

New radiator, ower steering pump, c compressor, cc brackets, ir intake, uel injector bars, nd hoses ($800)

New AGR steering box ($330) with steed braded lines and an aluminum catch can

All new tie rods, nner and outer, enter link, itman arm, ct ($250)

New suspension from Global West ($2,858) to include tubular control arms with bushings, ingle adjustable coil overs and tie rod sleeves up front, at 5 leaf springs with single adjustable shocks in the back. Delalum body bushings were installed too.

Competition Engineering sub frame connectors ($150)

New (Dec 15) PTFE braded stainless fuel feed and return lines replace the braded rubber lines ($260)

New Rock Valley stainless steel fuel tank with intake fuel pump ($1,080)

Bear Track disk brakes, piston fronts, piston rears with integrated parking brake ($2,518)

New stainless steel brake lines all around ($150)

New wheels Centerline Lazer 17X8 and 17X9.5 with Falken Azenis RT-615 ($2,312)

Original 10 bolt diff was sand blasted and powder coated ($200), etroit locker $630), ith Richmond gear 3.42:1 ($176), ew mouser axels ($236) and summit cover ($150) all installed by 4 wheel parts in Tacoma, a with new bearings, eals, ct ($573)

Optima battery, ed top ($165), ounted in the trunk over the rear right tire in a billet holder ($80)

The interior needs to be finished, ut this is what it has now:

Autometer gauges inside of a custom aluminum dash insert ($500 )

Center mounted E-break ($80) and new cables ($88)

Flaming River tilt steering column ($298) with Grant wheel with wheel removal security adapter ($177)

New Dash pad ($657)

AC and Heat system from Hot Rod Air ($650)

Detroit Speed spectra wiper kit ($350) with hide away wipers

Shaved door handles ($3,832 for install and $200 for the solenoids)

Power windows ($330)

Corbeau seats with custom brackets and 3 point adjustable seat belts ($650)

Rare rear window defroster

Many more custom made parts, estoration parts and fasteners, nd new parts still in the plastic

Also included are some original parts. See photos for details.

I also have receipts for 95% off all the parts that I have put on the car. Included with the sale is my receipt book, nstruction book, actory build manual, iring diagrams, nd the original factory owners manual.

The paint has chips and scratches because it was used as my daily driver for years. It is stored inside. The price is firm and reflects the current condition of the car. If you have questions, lease email me. I can send you additional pictures or videos of the car if you wish. Current millage is 5,627.