The 70s saw many manufacturers scrapping plans for performance cars to figure out how to cater to changing customer trends and the oil crisis that was to come. Amongst all the wasted research and development stood the legendary Chevrolet Camaro donning fire breathing V8 powertrains amongst all the change. This 1971 Chevrolet Camaro we have today is a perfect example of muscle car greatness prevailing amongst the toughest times and can be yours to let loose on track on cruise into the week ahead.
The exterior of this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro dons a red coat to reflect its spicy personality. What makes this car pop is the amount of new exterior trim on the car. Stand back and you would notice new chrome exterior trim, grille, headlight trim, market lights, and even the front fenders replaced, the seller also reports new hardware in doors with the latches, seals, hinges, and door steps looking fresh and new. Matching the red exterior is a set of gunmetal grey American Racing wheels serving as this car’s shoes. Stepping into the black interior of this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro and you are greeted with the black leather seats giving you a lovely view of the subtle interior upgrades this car sports. The interior is reported to be reupholstered in black leather and sports a new black carpet as well as a new center console. Looking past the original steering wheel and among the wood inserts on the dashboard you would notice the digital gauge cluster present, a slight peek to the right showcases a modern head unit hooked up to a new stereo ensuring your tunes are done justice.
The 350 V8 is an American legend, the powertrain is a mainstay across Chevrolet’s entire vehicle lineup and is loved by old-school American tuners due to its tuneability and reliability. Powering this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro and its clean looks is a 350ci V8 powertrain that is reported to have been freshly rebuilt, the fun doesn't stop there as the rebuild sees Summit racing parts thrown into the mix enabling more power and compression. Other upgrades include a reported new 4 Holley barrel carburetor, and Iron Eagle headers. The increase in performance is met by upgrades on the suspension and brakes which include heavy duty coils, shocks, springs for better handling, and new brakes, and rotors for better stopping power. Worried about all this power wearing out the transmission? Worry not as the 3-speed automatic transmission is reported to have been rebuilt.
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