1971 Chevrolet Camaro RS
Introducing the 1971 Chevrolet Camaro, a true gem for car enthusiasts. This magnificent vehicle boasts a powerful 5.7-litre engine and a striking RS Split Bumper body designed by Fisher. Built at the prestigious Van Nuys plant in California, it underwent a meticulous restoration in the USA in 2014, and we have the documents to prove it.
Unlike many others, this Camaro comes with its original title, NOVA certificate, and V5c, ensuring its authenticity and providing peace of mind to its future owner. It has consistently passed its MOT tests and has a current MOT until 15th December 2023, demonstrating its exceptional condition and roadworthiness.
This Camaro has always been treated with care, spending its days garaged to preserve its pristine appearance. It has been enhanced with new body mounts, adjustable air shocks, sway bar bushes, and rear tires, ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride. Additionally, it features a new alternator and comes with a variety of spare parts, giving you peace of mind for future maintenance.
Beyond its impeccable mechanics, this Camaro truly shines with its original specification and remarkable condition. It garners compliments wherever it goes, showcasing its timeless allure. Behind the wheel, you'll experience a driving sensation like no other. Its faultless condition extends to its body, interior, and mechanical components, leaving no room for disappointment.
Whether you're an avid collector or a passionate driver, the 1971 Chevrolet Camaro is the perfect choice.
Bid now and make this exceptional car yours today!
Estimate: £27,000 - £28,000
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Red with White StripesInterior Colour
Black LeatherDriver Side
Left Hand DriveTransmission
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