1982 Camaro Drag Race car - NO ENGINE, TRANSMISSION or EXHAUST

1982 Chevrolet Camaro for sale in Franklin, Tennessee, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Franklin, Tennessee, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Year: 1982
Mileage: 1
VIN: 1G1AP87H3CL134927
Color: Black
Engine size: None
Number of cylinders: None
Transmission: None
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1982

1982 Camaro Drag Race car - NO ENGINE, TRANSMISSION or EXHAUST
Set up for strip only. Not street legal, but could be converted back for street use if you wanted to.
Clean CA title in hand.
This car would cost $20k to build as it sits rightnow. All top of the line parts.
First purchased in California, last raced in Las Vegas 2005. Clean straight body. Never been wrecked. Needs paint job. Has been featured on Horsepower TV, and in countless car magazine tech stories. I have copies of all magazines and DVDs if you want them.
Weighs 2,800 lbs. w/ alum headed SBC, w/o driver
Best pass ever: 10.60 e.t at 129.3 MPH (6.79 e.t at 102.89 1/8-mile),( 1.58 60-foot) with just a 600hp N/A SBC
Here's a breakdown of its last runs before being retired
60-foot e.t.: 1.597, 1.612, 1.627, 1.633, 1.593, 1.584
1/8-mile e.t.: 6.834, 6.830, 6.942, 6.903, 6.824, 6.791
1/8-mile MPH: 102.840, 102.810, 101.050, 102.390, 102.430, 102.890
1/4-mile e.t.: 10.636, 10.634, 10.809, 10.645, 10.645, 10.601
1/4-mile MPH: 129.750, 129.780, 127.510, 126.000, 129.020, 129.290
I have all time slips to prove. You can see as it got hotter mid-day, the car slowed just a little, then picked back up as the temp cooled down later in the day.
9-inch Ford rear end built by Sutton Engineering w/ Moser 35-spline axles, 4.11 gear, spool, big Ford ends, 1/2-20 x 3-inch long wheel studs, Daytona pinion support, HD yoke
Wilwood LT weight drag disc brakes in back
Stainless Steel Brake Corp (SSBC) HD disc brakes w/ aluminum calipers in front
South Side Machine ladder bar rear suspension w/ adjustable QA1 Aluminum shocks and coil-over spring conversion
Koni adjustable front struts with coil-over spring conversion and LT weight AJE tubular K-member with tubular controls arms up front
Weld Racing "Aluma Star" LT weight drag wheels: 15x3.5 front, 15x9 rear
M/T "ET front" 26.0x4.5 front tires, M/T "ET Street" 28x12.5 rear tires w/ tubes (tires still hold air and look great, but they are more than 10 years old so you may want to replace them)
8-point roll cage
South Side Machine weld-in subframe connectors
Aluminum driveshaft w/ safety loop
LT weight drag race bucket seats w/ vinyl covers
Full interior in great shape w/ carpeted floor
Auto Meter "Phantom" gauges inside and on cowel
TCI automatic shifter set up for 2-speed forward pattern, but can be converted to 3- or 4- speed
Hurst front brake line-lock
Trans brake button wired in
5-way switch panel wired up
Grant steering wheel
Holley programmable digital ignition box and controller mounted in cabin
Mororo plastic battery box in rear
5-gal plastic fuel cell in rear
Holley billet HP150 electric fuel pump w/ hi-flow Fram filter and braided stainless steel fuel lines in rear
1/2-inch aluminum fuel hardline plumbed to engine compartment
1-0 gauge battery cables run to starter location
Moroso battery cut-off switch out back
Aluminum LT weight "Sirocco" radiator with electric fan
Fiberglass hood w/ 6-inch cowl
5-way cam-lock 3-inch racing harness (needs reweb to pass tech)
Driver's cooling fan for comfort
You can drop in your own engine and trans and be at the track the very next day! Or we can do it for you.
Car is in Franklin, TN and you can take a look at it. Must be towed, Delivery is negotiable.

Hardcore Horsepower, LLC
Franklin, TN
10am-6pm Monday thru Friday
USA Central Time

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