Rear Z28 in perfect conditions, garage kept and fully serviced ready to enjoy !!

Price: US $32,950.00 Item location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: Z28
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Z28
  • Year: 1973
  • Mileage: 22,634
  • VIN: 1Q87T3N144522
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Broward Motors is proud to present this 1973 Camaro Z/28 one of the best cars GM ever put out incorporating traditional details that make it look timeless. Add in a nicely appointed interior, and you have an easy cruiser that looks like a million bucks.

Finding a straight, clean one like this is no easy task. This one is incredibly well-preserved. Of course, there are a few signs of use, but even restored Camaros rarely look this good. Being original also means no surprises waiting underneath and all the original body panels are there, including the stock flat hood and a ducktail spoiler out back. Fit and finish are quite good for 1973 General Motors assembly line work, evidenced by the unbroken body line that stretches between the wheel wells and the flush-fitting hood. Z/28 badges standout against the bright red paint, and bright chrome bumpers look great. If you're a fan of original cars, this one will delight you with its authenticity and excellent preservation.

Black buckets that are as comfortable as they look were one of GM's better ideas in the 1970s, and give this Camaro a modern look that still works today. As well-preserved as the exterior, the interior still looks quite fresh with seat covers still in excellent condition with only minor signs of use on the driver's seat. The driver-oriented dash puts a full array of gauges ahead of the steering wheel, and the console insures that the shifter is never far from reach. Options include a tilt steering column and a factory AM/FM stereo radio, which was still cutting edge in 1973.

Even in 1973, the drivetrain is potent enough to live up to the promises made by the bodywork. The Z/28 was the top performer in 1973, a 350 cubic inch mill making a rather stout 245 horsepower, a whopping 70 more than the L48 one step down. With a few chrome dress-up bits, including a set of finned valve covers, it looks flashy under the hood and recalls the look of the original Z/28 six years earlier, as were power steering and brakes. The floors are still finished in factory paint and the exhaust is damped with a stock-style transverse muffler that sounds great.

Watch for these cars to become the next big thing as the first-generation F-bodies continue to appreciate. With this car, it's an easy choice to make and its originality makes it the car to preserve for future investment.