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1973 Chevrolet Camaro

Sale price: $19,000.00 make an offer

Car location: York, Pennsylvania, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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1973 Chevrolet Camaro for sale

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      1973 Type LT with the Factory Rally Sport option. Original 350/Auto car with Air Conditioning, PS, PB. 


  Drive Train:


LT1 short block from 93 Corvette (46K miles on short block)

GM Aluminum ported and polished heads with 2.05 valves

Converted to HEI Ignition (no Opti-Spark)

GM LT4 Hot cam and roller lifters and rockers (rockers not installed)

GM Aluminum intake with 750 Carb (included but not installed FI Tech Fuel Injection)

Fluidamper and CVF 8 Rib Serpentine Belt system

Hooker Headers with “Big Thunder “Dual exhaust system out to the rear

New band exhaust clamps and rubber hangers

CSV Electric water pump

Holley rears mounted electric Fuel Pump/Filter w/new stock OEM fuel tank

3 Core Aluminum Radiator w/dual electric fans


Transmission is a 1970 M21 fine Spline close ratio 4 speed with Hurst Super Shifter

Lakewood 2-piece scattersheild 

McLead 11” clutch, Pressure Plate, Flywheel and throw out Bearing

Solid trans mount with front Drive Shaft loop

Stock drive shaft with new HD U joints


10 Bolt Posi traction with 3:42 rear ratio

HEIDTS rear leaf Springs with Delrin greaseable bushing all new hardware

ADDCO rear sway bar


Brakes and Suspension:


13” C5 vented rotors/calibers with floating hubs 

2” drop spindles installed with stock height units included

“Right Stuff”  Rear disc brakes with vented rotors W/new calibers and Brake cables and hardware

New master cylinder/portion valve/lines/hoses/hardware/syn fluid

QA1 front adjustable coil overs with two set of springs, KYB rear gas shocks

BMR upper and lower Tubular control Arms with HD ball Joints

Huge front sway bar with poly bushings

Pro Turning F Body frame to firewall bars

HEIDTS Subframe connectors and rear leafs

Aluminum solid Subframe to body mounts

New tie rods, idle arm, sway bar links etc.





Solid/ Straight rust-free body, floors, trunk frame rails

New windshield, side glass and rear window w/factor tint w/Original set Included

Steel 2” cowl hood with stock hinges

All new door hardware/gaskets inside and out

New marker lights, H4 headlights, dashlights, courtesy lights etc.

American Autowire Wiring Harness with new blade style fuses

New door, trunk, hood gaskets 

New EURO nose surround w/original grill

New front spoiler w/3-piece rear spoiler

New door locks, ignition and trunk locks (Keyed the same)




New factory OEM dash

After market A/C System with heat/defrost using factory ductwork

Auto Meter Carbon Fiber Series Gauges

Kilmat insulation throughout (approx 85sq ft)

New plush carpet with upgrads felt

New door panels, arm rest, sail panels, kick panels, hardware, cranks, sill plates

Alpine head unit, amp, sub, speakers, etc. Bluetooth capable

72 console with late model Miata seats w/ Year One seat relocaters for more legroom


Trans Am Ultra-Lite 17” X 9.5” wheels on new Summito Tires or T



     1973 Camaro LT/RS. I am not going to finish this car. Car runs, drives and stops. Able to load and unload on trailer. I originally purchased this car in Clearwater Fla in 1979. It was a new car trade in at a local Cherverlot dealer. I drove it while in Hi School and even took 3rd place in the “World of Wheels” car show circuit when it was in Tampa Fla in 1982.  Not long after that I sold it to a buddy who drove it about a year and then took it off the road to make changes to make it his own. 

   So, from 1984 to winter of 2012, it sat in his garage after he took it apart and never put it back together. I bought it back (what he still had left) in 2012 still with only 71,000 miles on it. It sat in my garage while I slowly worked on it here and there. As I gotten older other things have taken president (kids college, moving out of state, grandkids etc) over working on it. 

   It has come a long way since I dragged it back north from Florida over nine years ago. From what I have done to it there is not much left. All the hard work has been done and it is about 85% complete. I have a very thick folder of receipts from “year One”, “Classic Industries”, “Summit”, “OER” , "Custom Works", etc. Many GM OEM parts and hardware were also used. 

Open for inspection with appointment, car is located in 17403 Pa. Willing to work with your shipper if needed. I can anwser any questions if needed. 


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