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1975 Chevrolet Camaro

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Trim: --
Year: 1975
Mileage: 100,000
Color: Blue
Transmission: TH350
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Loganville, Georgia, United States

Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1975

A very solid 1975 Camaro SBC 383 stroker with Turbo 350 and 8. 5 10 bolt rear end. The sub-frame was removed. repainted. rebuilt. New PST front end kit (tie rods. ball joints. etc) all poly suspension bushings including the rear leafs. S-10 steering box. Moroso front springs. Hurst line-loc. Solid body mounts at the 4 body to frame mounts. poly bushings at the radiator support. Rear end has 4. 10 gear with Strange spool along with Strange street/strip axles and C-clip eliminators. Turbo 350 has manual valve body (no transbrake. foot braking is fun). ATI convertor. Engine is 350 block with Eagle rotating assembly. Kenny Duttweiler Trick Flow 195 aluminum heads. Edelbrock Victor Jr intake with Holley 750DP carb. Doug Thorley headers with 3 inch exhaust Dynomax Bullet mufflers. Fuel line upgraded to 1/2 aluminum and Aeroquip hose. 6-point roll bar. MSD ignition. Griffin aluminum radiator with dual Flex-A-Lite electric fan. 4 wheel disk brakes. Kirkey aluminum racing seats. Rear seat recovered. newer door panels. newer carpet. newer windshield. It has a dash pad cover. Stroud cam-lock harness (new as of August 2014) . Weld drag star wheels with Mickey Thompson tires. Car runs 1/8 mile at 7. 50. A few 1/4 passes around 11. 40. I use 110 octane at the strip but might run on high test gas if used for street cruising. I've spent most of the money and time making the car quicker and haven't gotten to the body/paint. I added a full lower patch panel to the passenger fender that needs to be finished. New inner fenders. The lower valance is new and for a 70-73 RS Camaro (fits well and it's made of steel). The drivers rear quarter lip was rolled up as the guy I bought the car from said he snapped an axle and the wheel did the damage. From what I can tell he pulled out the dent and wiped it with filler. Here's the reason it's up for bid. I damaged the blower engine that was in this car. I installed my back up engine to go racing this year while I had my blower engine rebuilt. I purchased a 29 Ford as a drag car so this Camaro is up for auction. There is no warranty of any kind with this car. Georgia does not require a title for a car this old. New owner will get a bill of sale. Payment is to be made via bank transfer or cash on pickup. No cashiers check. etc. If the car is to be shipped all arrangements will be made by the buyer (although I will help where I can). If you have any questions about the car please ask (don't wait until the last minute). Clearing out some of my collection of books. car parts and DVD's so check my other auctions for stuff you may want.