1973 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Touring Rotisserie Restored

Price: US $44,500.00 Item location: Santa Ana, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: SS
  • Year: 1973
  • Mileage: 2,200
  • VIN: 1Q87H3N148703
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 350
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1973 Chevrolet Camaro

The definition of a pro touring build is to take a classic beauty like this ’73 Camaro andfill it with modern internals and a high horse power engine. It's been done over and over to the point where it’s really no big deal anymore. However, every now and then there comes a build that really pops out on thecar showcircuit. Here's an example of what I'm talking about. With only2200 miles since a complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration, this carwas featured in a 5 page article of Chevy High Performance Magazine in December of 2009. With a modern suspension, a luxurious suede interior, and a 425 hp engine, this Camaro is the envy of any speed demon looking tocapture the heartbeat of America.


ThisCamaro’s bodywasshotin Sikkens basecoat clearcoat Dodge Viper Yellow with a custom black stripe painted down center. At the front of the body a billet aluminum grill sits above the front chin spoiler andpowder coated bumper. The hood is a Goodmark 2” cowl induction made of steel and features alow rise to direct fresh cool air into the engine bay. Both the rear quarter panel to roof and the tail pan to rear quarter panel seams were welded and filled in which adds to the smooth blended theme. At the back of the body, a painted spoiler sits perfectly atop the truck lid with both the rear bumper and tail lightsbezels powder coated creating a look that is sure to garner plenty of attention.


This ’73 Camaro features a new GM Performance ZZ4 350 cubic inch monster with a Pro Systems 780 cfm double pumper carb and Edelbrock fuel pump for the ultimate blend of reliability and power.Speaking of power, this mill was coupled with the LT4 Hot Cam kit resulting in over 425 horsepower. The tricked out engine looksamazing against the satin black firewall. On the sides andfront of the engine, you'll notice a full carbon fiber close out panel along with matching carbon fiber radiator cover.Take a closer look on the right and you'll find a Hydratech hydraulic brake system matched with a Wilwood dual master cylinder and braided stainless plumbing.A Spectra Premium 4 row radiator and aluminum overflow tank with the help ofa 16” Spal Extreme puller electric fan is responsible for cooling the 350. Spent gasses travel down ceramic coated Hooker Super Comp Headers through a Pypes 2.5" custom stainless X pipedual exhaust system utilizing free flow Race Pro mufflers that exit out just behind the rear tires.


Jack this Camaro up and you’llsee the clean smooth Red Oxide covered undercarriage that shows just howintricate this build really was.The Hotchkiss coil spring suspension up front is strengthened by a Heidt’s subframeconnector. Global West tubular upper and lower control arms are connected to a quick ratioAGRStreet Power steering rack turning 17" Hot Wheels Sixty-Eight wheels shod wtih 255/40/17 Sumitomo HTR-Z tires.At the rear of the undercarriage you’ll find a Hotchkiss TVS rear suspensionkit with their sport leaf springs and a steel balanced Inland Empire driveshaft connected to a stout Moser 12 bolt with Detroit Tru-Trac posirear end spinning wide275/40/17 Sumitomo sport tires thru 3.73 gears. Front and rear anti-sway bars and Bilstein shocks around all four cornersprovideover 1.0 lateral G thatyou've come to expect of an exotic sports car.


The mega torque created from the small block is sent through an ultra slickTremec TKO-600 5 Speed transmissioncoupled with a McLeod Street Performance clutch. Selecting gears are easily done with a McLeod Slik Stix offset shifter on the custom fabricatedconsole with armrest and cup holders housing a Bowler Billet shift lever. All this momentum can be stopped on a dime withthe Wilwood Forged Dynalite cross drilled and slotted 4 wheel power disc brakes.


Open the driver’s side door to reveal a set of Cipher Auto Racing seats wrapped in soft micro suede insert with contrast grey stitching.In the front of the driver is a Tenzo R Turismo steeringwheel connected to an Ididit tilt column facing a custom painted aluminumdash panel housing Autometer Carbon Fiber Ultra-Lite gauges. Cranking down the Lokar billet window handles will let the fresh air rush into the cabin while cruisin on the boulevard.


Now is your chance to own this spectacular 1973 Camaro for a fraction of what it cost to build.In fact, it wouldcost you well over $80,000 to replicate a car of this caliber from ground up. Included in the sale are 2 copies of the Chevy High Performance Magazine, stack of all receipts organized in several binders and a USB memory stick with over 100 photos of the rotisserie restoration from start to finish.A complete list of parts used is available upon request. I am a classic car enthusiast and not a dealer. This is an eBay classified ad and not an auction. Please submit your best offer for review and consideration. The car is also advertised locally so I reserve the right to cancel thelisting at any time if it is sold early. Please have cash in full or pre-approved financing before you bid. A cash deposit of $1000 sent via bank wire is due within2 businessdays of offer acceptance. I will not be considering any trades or payment plans so please don't ask.Do not contact me if you are a dealer or advertising company as I am not looking to pay for your services. I welcome any inspections or appraisals in person so call or textto set up an appointment. 714-702-4902