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Old 02-26-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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For Sale: 1983 camaro Z28

Engine: .040 350
K&N air filter
Edelbrock performer cam and intake
Ported and polished heads (1.85/1.50 Valves)
Electric fan
Accel HEI super coil
Moroso alternator pulley
Holley fuel pressure regulator and fuel pressure gauge
Electric fuel pump 100gph/14psi

700R4 Transmission


.570" Boost valve
TCI pressure regulator
B&M govorner recalibration kit (not installed)
Hurst quarter stick (3 speed... Needs 4 speed shifter)
Line Lock
Driveshaft safty loop for use with Slicks
Rear sway bar with polyerathane bushings
Boxed rear control arms
Fiber glass racing bucket (not installed)
Lighter weight doors
Fiber glass hood
Pheonix 28x10.5/15 slicks
New windshield
New radiator

It has a 2bbl carburetor on it right now that I put on it just so I could drive it in and out of the shop, so you will need a carburetor. (A 650 cfm is recomended)
Rewired the car so it only has the minimum amount of wiring to make it funtional. The car has no interior, has doors off of a newer camaro that are 15 lbs lighter each. The front and rear bumpers have been removed to save weight(bumper covers are still there.) This motor is fairly recently freshened. Have not run the car with the motor that is in it now, but the old tired motor mome motor that I have in it before ran a 13.75@89 mph. with the same cam and intake. This is a race track only car so it would requrie a trailer for transport.
Asking 3000.00 OBO Which is a steal for the amount of time and parts involved.
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Old 02-29-2012, 10:43 PM   #2
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Someone needs a camaro
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:27 AM   #3
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Id consider trades :-)
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