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 1971 Camaro Red Z/28

1971 CAMARO Z28

 1971 CAMARO  Z/28, 124871N, LT1 350/330HP, M22 4 speed, 3:73 Posi, F41 Suspension, quick ratio power steering, power disc brakes, heavy duty radiator, transverse exhaust, guage package, factory tach, AM/FM, floor console, clock, Deluxe interior, A01 tinted glass, rear defog, retractable seat belts, Day/Night mirror, variable wipers, trunk light, sport steering wheel, remote mirror, dual sport mirrors, rear spoiler, auxiliary light package,windshield antenna, deluxe seat belts with shoulder harness, 15X7 Rallye wheels, Cranberry Red, Black cloth interior, Black Z28 stripes.

Chevrolet was shorthand for performance in 1971 and nothing lived up to the billing better than the road race inspired Camaro Z/28. Rotisserie restored and detailed to the max right through to it's oxide primer undercarraige, this is one of the best examples of a documented, numbers matching 71 Camaro Z/28 you'll find anywhere. This particular Z/28 checks all of the requisite 5 star value boxes some of which include; Original numbers matching drivetrain, original issue protect o plate, original owners manual, professionaly rebuilt to stock standards drivetrain with bills to show, mostly original sheet metal, triple plate chrome, immaculate exterior glass, PPG/Base Clear finish, ownership history, perfect panel fitment, highly detailed undercarraige, Certified GM Canada Documentation and lifelong West Coast provenance to name a few. As well this car runs and drives as good as it looks with everything functional and in nothing less than perfect working order from it's interior light package right down to its factory issue Delco 8K tach.

The Camaro Z/28 delivered a high level of drivability that no other car could match in 1971 because of it's long list of performance and convenience options. This particular Z/28 has a loaded factory RPO list that includes; Specialized 350 LT1 engine, 10 bolt 3:73 Positraction rear axle, Rock Crusher M22 4 speed, Z87 Deluxe interior, guage package with factory tach, floor console, fast ratio steering, F41 special handling package with front and rear sway bars, NK4 sport steering wheel and AO1 tinted glass complete to name a few (see GM documentation). As well this is an April 1971 built, Norwood Ohio plant, 1 of 4862, collector owned car that retains it's original issue drivetrain, Norwood cowl tag, dealership issue warranty book, Protect O Plate, owners manual and GM Canada documentation to verify its factory option codes and original point of purchase dealership at Dick Irwin Chev Olds in Vancouver B.C. 1971 was the final year for Chevrolet's high octane solid lifter 350 LT1, so don't miss this opportunity to own an icon from Chevrolet's golden age of performance, the 71 Camaro Z/28. A turn-key, 5 star collectible for the serious buyer. Private sale by appointment only. Our service team will ensure that your car will leave to you turn key and professionaly detailed with all the necessary paperwork to register the car anywhere in North America. We can assist in all aspects of worldwide shipping. Buyers are always encouraged to call us direct to answer questions or to assist with purchase arrangements at (604) 617 2225 or Email us at Terms and conditions: Vehicle is sold as is with no warranty implied unless otherwise stated in the description.

Chevrolet tossed a big grenade into the muscle cars wars of the early 70's with the production of the road race flavoured Camaro Z/28. Documented, numbers matching 70/71 Camaro Z/28's have a big upside for collectibility and long term value with this particular Camaro being complete numbers matching and fully documented right down to it's original GM issue warranty card.

From a drivability standpoint it's safe to say that the second generation Camaro Z/28 is one of the most upscale, best handling performance cars to come out of Detroit in the early seventies. A large portion of the option list for this particular Z/28 was factory ordered in the name of performance and yet for all of it's 0-60 muscle, this Camaro is a user friendly, near every day driveable street package that runs like an absolute dream with no issues whatsoever.

One PPG/ Base Clear re-paint in code 75 Cranberry Red (originally Rosewood) covers some of the straightest stretches of original Norwood sheet metal you'll ever see on a 71 Camaro. Triple plate chrome and perfect exterior glass finalizes an exterior package that looks nothing short of phenominal.

This is a Norwood Ohio built, certified GM Canada documented, West Coast sold, Z/28 with a shipping date of April/28/ 1971 that still retains it's born with numbers matching drivetrain, most of it's original sheet metal and Norwood issue cowl tag. As well this is a collector owned, climate controlled kept car that includes receipts for restoration work completed. All of these pictures were taken on March/30/2023. Feel free to contact us for further details in regards to this Camaro @ 604 617- 2225 or Email us @

From a comfort standpoint the Z87 Deluxe is one of the most upscale interiors you could have in an American muscle car in 1971 that featured woodgrain accents, cloth trimmed seats, glove box light, sports console and upgraded door panels to name a few.

The 350 LT1 was nothing less than a purpose built performance engine that featured; 4 bolt mains, solid lift cam, 2.02 heads, forged steel crank, and 9.0:1 compression that brought 330HP and 360 ft. lbs. of torque to the party. Professionaly rebuilt to exact factory 330HP specifications, this is the original numbers matching, engine suffix code CGP (1971 LT1 4 speed), VIN stamp 567841 solid lifter engine for this car with everything date coded and LT1correct from it's Winters aluminum intake right down to it's specialized 2.02 heads . The rest of the drivetrain is original to the car from it's specialized close ratio M22 transmission through to it's 3:73 Positraction axle.

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