This is an original white exterior, blue interior, hardtop Z28 that still retains all of its original sheet metal and interior.
This is the perfect project for someone who enjoys doing mechanical work. This is one of the most solid and original project Z28’s you’ll find out there. According to the previous owner, the 48k miles showing on the odometer is correct. Upon inspection you will learn that this is accurate. The steering wheel provides one of many prime examples of how well cared for as well as how rarely driven this Camaro was. The steering wheel, dash pad, floor shifter appear as if the car just came off the assembly line. The original vinyl seats are still in great condition. Even the original headliner still hangs over head. Located below you will find around 100 photos of the Camaro. If you’ve been looking for a good second gen to build then I highly recommend looking through all of the photos as they will give you the best example of how nice and original this car is.
Sheet metal wise, this Camaro needs nothing. It has solid floors, quarters, rockers, doors, firewall, frame rails, fenders, a-pilars, inner/outer wheel housing, trunk drops, everything is solid. It still retains all of its original sheet metal. There is only one small patch panel which you will find within the trunk of the car. There are no soft nor weak spots through out this entire Camaro. The rear center section of the spoiler has had some damage to it. We are including a good original white spoiler to replace it with. The paint on the car is nice with only a few minor chips. I was told by the previous owner that it is the original paint. I personally can not find anything that would indicate otherwise. It is a single stage paint. I do know that the hood is an aftermarket fiberglass cowl hood and it matches very well. All of the glass through out the car is in great condition.
This Camaro does steer and brake. I unfortunately do not have an engine or transmission for it. This is how I obtained it. I do have the drive shaft and cross member which I am including with the Camaro. Outside of an engine and transmission, the car needs very little. Interior wise, it will need new arm rests for both doors and the headliner will need replaced at some point. The body & paint I would not touch. It is that clean. If you need assistance with shipping/exporting, scheduling an inspection, or if you have any general questions or concerns, please feel free to call, text, or email. Have a great day.