1971ChevroletCamarocherry

Price: US $19,875.00 Item location: Dundee, Illinois, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 79,344
  • VIN: 124871n542100
  • Color: cherry
  • Engine size: 383
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1971 Chevrolet Camaro

1971 Camaro. No rust or bondo ever! Frame and undercarriage is in beautiful condition. New rebuilt motor completed by Powersource engines in Il. Only about 1,300 miles on motor and has a warranty. 3,500 miles on automatic turbo 350 transmission, Ford 9 inch rear end with 370 gears, and full stainless exhaust with electric cut outs. 383 Stroker motor with aluminum heads (450 HP) 6 month old aluminum radiator. Many new parts and too much to list in this ad. Ceramic coated headers, all billet pulleys, car has drag light rims with skinny tires on the front, and Mickey Thompson drag radials on the back. 79,344 original miles on the body and all original interior. Paint is black cherry with silver stripes. This car was stored in a climate controlled garage for the past 19 years. You can drive this car anywhere, take it to car shows, take it to the drag strip, or just cruise. Frame, floors, and truck is as solid as it was new. The last picture shows the original undercoating on the frame scraped off a bit to reveal the original paint applied before the factory undercoating. As you can see there is not even any rust flaking. Paint shows very well. Its not perfect but very nice. Disk front brakes, drum rears. Constant compliments on the paint and the color. All the time, all day long. Paint does have some small rock chips behind rear wheel wells. You can't notice them unless your really looking close. Its a nice paint job. Driver seat bottom has about a 1 inch seam separation on it. Its not bad and an easy cheap fix because its just on the seam. Small paint blemish on passenger side edge of rear window. Very bottom edge of dash is starting to pull away as seen in the picture.