1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28
1973 Chevy Camaro Z-28. Very nice drive car, engine is a 400 small block with aluminum heads and roll rockers, edelbrock performer RPM cam, lifters and intake. Quick fuel 750cfm carb, MSD distributer and accell wires. Griffin aluminum heavy duty radiator, 700r4 automatic overdrive transmission with shift kit and locking torque converter. Car gets around 18 miles per gallon on the interstate, has g-force cross member and new u-joins all installed with the transmission about 1000 miles ago. Engine is also fresh with around 1500 miles on it. I have installed the following new on the car, Coys wheels and tires, 17's in the front and 18's in the rear, full size spare, original wheel and brand new tire never on the road. All new brakes and lines with stainless braded lines to the calipers. Has front disc and rear drums. Read end is a posi 10 bolt with 373 gears. I have new carpet, headliner, speakers, stereo, steering wheel, shifter, gauges (out of another camaro), dash pad, installed the cowl hood, it is metal, headlights, bumpers, valance, door handles, door locks, new paint on the doghouse and the stripes were painted silver to match the wheels (they were black). It has Heidt's sub frame connectors. Flowmaster exhaust and ceramic coated headers. You can get in this car and drive it for hours problem free. I have put several miles on the car over the past 10 years, but now mostly it sits in the garage covered up. This is a factory z-28, it was a factory 4-speed car. The clutch petal is still in the car and I have the driveshaft for it, my plan was to put a tremec 5 speed in it, I just never got around to if after I put in the overdrive some years ago. I am sure there is more I missed. The car has been driven, and has small chips and scratches, could use a freshen up on the seats and door panels, but is still a very nice car and gets looks and compliments everywhere I go in it. I just don't use it, my kids keep my busy enough.