fuel: gas title status: clean transmission: manual
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This 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, 350 matching numbers 4 sp purchased from an estate by a previous owner. The car reportedly underwent refurbishment about five years ago that included a repaint in its original Antique Green along with new interior upholstery and refreshed suspension. The numbers-matching 350ci Turbo-Fire V8 was rebuilt and sends power rearward through a 4-speed manual transmission and 3.73:1 posi traction differential. Records for the engine build are included in the sale. This Camaro is offered with a clean Pennsylvania title in the name of the selling dealership . Bodywork was finished in Antique Green (49) from new and was repainted in its original color with black stripes during the cosmetic portion of the refurbishment.The factory data plate indicates that this car was ordered with a Standard Green interior (778) from the factory, though the seats and carpets have since been reupholstered using black materials. Controls include a stock 4-spoke wheel and a floor-mounted Hurst shift lever.
A .030″ overbore and rebuild of the 350ci Turbo-Fire V8 .The engine block stamping is shown above and said to match the VIN. The replacement transmission is a Super T10 4-speed according to the invoice below, and has been fitted with a Center force clutch.The 12-bolt posi traction differential runs 3.73:1 gears and the suspension was reportedly overhauled during the refurbishment also a complete brand new rear leaf springs and shacklers were done to original specs. the car was just safty check and gone completely through.The factory data tag indicates that this car was produced during the third week of March at the Norwood, Ohio plant and verifies the factory colors and the Z/28 option. The z/28 started out as a automatic but was changed to factory looks in a 4 speed .