1973 Chevrolet Camaro RS/Z28 numbers matching running gear with the nice Z22 RS option…
I bought it in 2021. Replaced all fluids, painted the differential cover, rubber valve cover gaskets
Had to replace the radiator (had a hole). It’s got an aluminum Cold Case radiator now
New water pump (not painted so it’s rusty now)
New brakes, re-packed bearings,
New Coil, still has original Points style distributor (born with)
350 engine is numbers matching and CLJ, has an Edelbrock intake on it. Edelbrock valve covers on it.. I have the originals but they are in Florida at my buddy’s shop and i can have them delivered if needed.
Brand new gas tank and vibration dampers and rubber fuel lines.
New weather stripping
M20 Wide Ratio. New Clutch and pilot bearing
New fully welded exhaust
New silver Carpet
New hurst competition plus shifter and chrome trim ring and rubber boot
New center console and lid.
New Spectre washable air filter.
10 bolt 3.42 posi
Color Code DELETE… custom order black from the factory, was not a stock color in 73.
YR8 white stripes……
It’s an obo situation… the car made the drive on I-95 at 90 MPH with zero problems other than excessive gas consumption…. That being said, it does use oil and could use some updates
I DO have the original valve covers in Florida i can have sent here…
It was originally an AC car but had the AC unit removed by the previous owner and the box on the firewall has been compromised… but if you wanted to put it back to original those are the same for 70-81 camaro/nova,Vega etc… all AC boxes were the same …. It should still be easy to find someone wanting to take theirs off and sell it to make their car a hot rod
It needs paint, seats, and if you want it 100% original, the GM intake (the snowflake aluminum was not a 73 part).
Oh, headliner is in excellent shape… ALL lights work except for backup lights… I couldn’t find the wire to hook to the shifter under the car
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