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1971 Chevrolet Camaro 1971 Chevrolet Camaro

1971 Chevrolet


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1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

Call 440-914-0000 or email sales@mcgohio.com

1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 How about a clean Z/28 in crisp white?  It's nicely restored, looks mean and runs hard.

True Z28.19 car

Original engine

Rotisserie restored

Four speed transmission

An awesome LT-1 powered car!


The exterior was done a couple years back and it shines like new.  The Z28.19 code on the fender tag calls out the black stripes front and rear, and the contrast with the white paint is awesome.  New emblems and chrome, clean glass and excellent trim complement the finish.  Goodyear Polyglas tires give off a great vintage vibe and tie the whole thing together.


Inside, any and all wear parts were replaced, and everything from the carpet to the headliner are in great shape.  The Z/28 specific 8000RPM tach and floor mounted gas pedal are original-you need to have both on a real car.


Under the hood is the original CGP coded LT-1 engine.  The 3970010 4 bolt main block was cast in Saganaw on January 22, 1971, and the engine was assembled three days later in Flint, both proper numbers in relation to each other as well as the car's 3rd week of February assembly date in Norwood.  January 20th cast 3973487 heads are in place with upgraded steel roller rockers actuating the valves.  A Holley list 4801 carburetor sits atop the proper 3959594 aluminum intake.  There's a small anomaly in the VIN stamp, and if you look at the pictures you'll see it.  The car's final six digits are 537368 while the stamp reads 537338.  Now, either this is the original engine to this car with an assembly line error a single digit off, or someone managed to track down the engine to the Z/28 EXACTLY 30 cars later and took the motor out of it.  Occam's Razor says it's the first option.

Power is sent back through a Muncie four speed that's out of a 1973 Camaro.  Out back is the correct 10 bolt unit (no 12 bolts at all in '71 Camaros) with the Z/28 only CG axle code.  While you're underneath, notice the smooth and clean floor pans, all new lines and hardware, new fuel tank and new exhaust.

This is a cool car that's just starting to come into its own.  Grab this one before it's gone.

Call 440-914-0000 or email sales@mcgohio.com

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Antique White
Original Paint
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Black vinyl
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