1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS, 383 Stroker, New Trans, Rear, Interior, Very Nice Car

Price: US $16,000.00 Item location: Highland, Illinois, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Type: Coupe w/T-Tops
  • Trim: RS
  • Year: 1991
  • Mileage: 3,063
  • VIN: 1G1FP23E5ML135643
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 383 Stroker
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS

1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS Custom Build
I have owned this car since 1998. It was a daily driver for 2 years and garage kept/stored as a summer weekend play car since 2000.
Car was repainted in 2006 along with custom stereo installed. Paint is in great condition considering the age. Car has been garage kept so UV exposure has been min. There are some rock chips in the nose from driving and a few other spots due to the paints age and use. Paint is still high gloss and has been cleaned and polished regularly since the respray and looks/shines great. Custom stereo was installed at same time. Pioneer Premier CD head unit, At the time was time there top line. There is two 12" Infinity Kappa Subwoofers, two Infinity Kappa 6-1/2" component sets. One set is custom set in the center of custom box in rear. The second I had custom fiberglass door kicker panels made so the 6-1/2" woofers could be placed in them. The tweeters on the second set are housed in the dash with custom brackets. There are Infinity Kappa 3-way 6x9's in the factory side panels as well. The system is powered by 2 Rockford Fosgate 1000w amps and a Rockford Fosgate 1.0 cap. The stereo system is LOUD and very cool to look at.
In 2013 I had a custom built 383 stroker made from a local engine builder who builds race engines for dirt track late models and modifieds. I'm unsure what the exact specs are of the motor anymore. The current engine and drive train build have 3063 miles as of this posting. At the time of the build the shop had a flywheel dyno. The flywheel test showed 448 hp @ 6100rpm and 461 ft # torque @ 3800rpm. I have not had the car dyno'd since the build on the rear wheels. They also did a complete transmission rebuild of the stock 700R4 rating it to 700hp with a street/strip rebuild kit along with needed upgrade for a rachet shifter. Please see full list of upgrades below:
(2006)-New Paint Job
-Pioneer Premier CD
-Infinity Kappa Stereo System
-Rockford Fosgate AMPS
-New Tires Goodyear Eagle GTII (Tires have been rotated regularly. They still have a ton of tread life)
(2013)-383 Stroker (3063 Miles)
-Hooker Headers
-FAST EZ-EFI System w/FAST Tuner
-Walbro Intank 255 LPH Fuel Pump System
-Vigilante Torque Convertor w/3000 stall
-3" Magnaflow Dual Exaust Complete w/Cat delete
-GM 700R4 Turbo w/OD Complete Rebuild and Overhaul. Street/Strip Kit used rated for 700hp
-Upgraded Rear. Eaton Posi Rear End and 3.42 Final Drive Gear
-B&M Console Megashifter w/Ratchet Shift/Auto
-New Rear Shocks/Springs/Bushing
-Custom Chrome IROC Z Rims
-New Fiberglass Stingray Cowl Hood
-Complete New Interior. New Carpet, Headliner, Rubber Weather Stripping Doors/Windows/T-Tops. Seats/Doors reupholstered in 2 tone gray vinyl along with kicker panels and stereo box. New seat belts, Leather Center Box.
-Custom Autometer Phantom II dash (Shows true mileage of new drive train)
(2016)-New 140 amp Alternator
-New Plugs/Wires
-Front Rotors Turned/New Brake Pads
This car is a blast to drive and looks great. It gets many head turns and compliments when it's taken out. There is nothing wrong with this car and I really hate to get rid of it since it's been my baby for almost 20 years. However, Between work and family I hardly have time to drive it. It needs a home with someone who has the time to enjoy it. The only issues with this car that I'm aware of is the A/C needs to be charged. The fan control has a burnt out resistor on the 3 speed and needs to be replaced. The drivers side mirror is a wire tension adjustable type. One of the tension wires has broke so the mirror no longer holds it's exact location. Both Window motors work but are slow. They where both replaced about 9 years ago. The hatch shocks are weak. They hold the hatch up, But I would recommend replacing them. The antenna bezel has broken off and scratched the paint around the area where the bezel was located. I have a replacement bezel and new nut. They have not been put on yet and these pieces are no longer made and next to impossible to find. I will include them also. I have a ton more pictures and I'm more then happy to take pictures of any part of the car and send. If you have any questions, I will answer them as accurately as I can.