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5.7 Liter 8 Cylinder
8-Track Cassette Player AM/FM Stereo Adjustable Seats Adjustable Steering Air Conditioning 8-Track Cassette Player AM/FM Stereo Adjustable Seats Adjustable Steering Air Conditioning Aluminum Wheels Center Console Cloth Upholstery Cruise Control Disc Brakes Dual Exhaust Front Bucket Seats Full Carpeting Map Light Power Brakes Power Steering Power Windows Premium Wheels Rear Defroster Reclining Front Seats Tachometer Read More…
1979 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta, 350 4-Barrel, Auto, RWD: This Camaro Berlinetta has just 52,009 Original miles. It has the 350 Cubic Inch V-8 which made 170 Horsepower with a Turbo Hydramatic 3-Speed Automatic Transmission. The car is in very go...
1979 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta, 350 4-Barrel, Auto, RWD: This Camaro Berlinetta has just 52,009 Original miles. It has the 350 Cubic Inch V-8 which made 170 Horsepower with a Turbo Hydramatic 3-Speed Automatic Transmission. The car is in very good condition mechanically and has Passed Colorado Emissions. The Air Conditioning Works. The Power Windows Work. Rear Defroster, Cruise Control, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Body Colored Mirrors. And it even has the Original AM/FM/8-Track Stereo with quite a collection of 8-Track Cassettes to go with it. This car was likely stored outdoors for quite some time at some point in it's life as the paint does have some clear coat peel and fading issues and the hood has some scratches. The drivers side paint is very good with most of the issues concentrated on the passenger side. The Interior is in very good condition overall; The Upholstery is in excellent condition, the dashboard is free of cracks and in great shape as is the rest of the interior trim save for the top of the arm rest(common on these cars), and the carpets which are worn through in a few spots and pulling away in a few others. This car is all there down to the factory pinstriping and chrome trim as well as the blue center snow flake wheels which are wrapped in a nice set of Hankook Optimo Tires that were made in early 2012 and have over %75 of their tread remaining. The paint on the top, trunk, and sides could be brought back to life with some work which leaves the hood as the only part that'd likely need a repaint during restoration. With some new carpets and paint work this car would make for a fairly easy restoration project. As a former owner of a 1979 Z/28 myself I have a special fondness for these 2nd gen Camaro's and although I've driven many faster cars I've driven few that were as satisfying. These Camaro's are fast enough to be fun, they handle great, they look stunning, they're appreciating rapidly in value, and they just make you feel good sitting behind the wheel(something about the smell of those unburnt hydrocarbons and the sound of a Carbureted V-8 engine) and all the smells of vintage automobile interior.