Some Assembly Required: 1974 Camaro Z/28

1974 Camaro Z28

Everyone wants a Z/28 Camaro. The first ones were built so Chevy could go play at Trans Am, so they were basically race cars built for the street. Real first generation Z/28s bring big money today, so your next best affordable option could be a second generation model. This particular one has obviously been disassembled, but most everything appears to be there and it is nicely optioned with a 245 horsepower 350 V8 and 4-speed Muncie transmission. The blue over tan color scheme will look handsome when restored and it should provide a bit of that classic Z/28 excitement on a budget. The car is located in Hegins, Pennsylvania and is listed here on eBay where bidding is currently under $5k with less than 24 hours to go!


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  1. Doug M. (West) Member

    This could make a really nice camaro! It’s hard to believe that with all those green parts that the original color really is dark blue?! But the ad does say that. Pretty nice to see such solid floor boards and most of the parts all there.

  2. pontiactivist

    I could see this in my garage. Like round tail light cars better but the lil window is still present. Passed on two of these years ago because they were 74’s. Lol. Both 350 4 speed cars. Two brothers had them. One red and one blue. Wish that offer still stood. Lol

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