For Sale or Trade 1971 Chevrolet Camaro - Z28 RS Tribute - Split Bumper - 350 V8 - Hood Flames This 1971 Camaro coupe is a modified, performance-enhanced, flame-bedecked, Z28 RS/SS Tribute in black over black. The car's odometer shows 49,175 miles, or fewer than 1,000 miles per-year on average. The Camaro's exterior paint—with the exception of the front-end painted-flame graphics—is non-metallic black in good condition, with light, age-related patina in some areas. Close inspection will show that the full-width flames on the cowl-induction type hood are the result of a painstaking, multi-step, application of successive colors: silver, yellow, orange, and red (front to back). The quality is excellent, and the hot-rod, rock-and-roll, artistic look is spectacular. The chrome finish on the split-front bumpers, center-drop rear bumper, headlight trim, dual exhaust tips, taillight trim, cabin-glass trim, and door handles is all in well-maintained condition. The roof incorporates twin removable glass panels for open-air driving. Badging is limited to just two Z28 emblems, one in the black front grille, and one on the rear-deck spoiler. Cabin glass and lighting lenses are clear and undamaged. The Camaro rides on American Racing® AR61 Series Outlaw 1, staggered-width aluminum wheels mounted with Dunlop GT Qualifier® raised-white-letter tires in the rear, and blackwall steel-belted radials in front. The car's interior maintains the attractive '71 Camaro stock appearance all in black. The high-back front buckets and rear bench seat are upholstered in vertically pleated vinyl, free of damage but showing normal wear for an original 50-year-old interior. Cabin carpeting continues the black theme and includes bowtie-logo rubber protective mats in front. The passenger side carpet does have a hole in it--the floor mat covers it. Original door trim has been well-maintained; door-sill step-over plates are in very good condition. The rear deck incorporates multiple speakers for the trunk-mounted, upgraded audio system. A stock steering wheel with Camaro logo frames the stock instrument array including a 160-mph speedometer (with other stock instrument lenses blacked-out) augmented with an AutoGage® tachometer and dashtop-mounted MSD®Shift Light as well as three AutoMeter® engine-monitoring gauges positioned below the JVC® audio head unit (located in the factory radio position). HVAC slide-lever controls are stock, and a grab-bar type shifter (also stock) for the automatic transmission is console-mounted forward of a lockable storage compartment with center armrest. The car's trunk includes the aforementioned supporting audio equipment including a Sony® CD changer. Under the hood, the 350-cubic-inch V8 features flame-engraved, brushed metal air-cleaner cover (over an upgraded 4-barrel carburetor) and similarly decorated valve covers. (Be sure and sample the engine's exhaust note in the accompanying linked video.) An MSD® electronic ignition system is mounted. The engine bay is clean and components are properly mounted. Viewed from below, the chassis is clean, complete, and undamaged. The full-length dual exhaust system is a focal point, and has not been damaged by too-aggressive driving styles. 71 Camaro Z28. VIN 124871N579714 decodes: 1=Chevrolet 23=8 cylinder Camaro 87=2 door coupe 1=1971 (built May 1971) N=Norwood, Ohio manufacturing plant 579714=production number
1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z28--SOLD (Wisconsin) - $0
|Paint||Black with orange flames|
|Steering Wheel||Power Steering|
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