1974 Z28 camaro numbers matching restoration project CLEAR TITLE

1974 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 for sale in Wolfe City, Texas, United States

Item location: Wolfe City, Texas, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Trim: Z28
Year: 1974
Mileage: 92,000
VIN: 1Q87T4N228109
Color: Black
Engine size: 350
Number of cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1974

Almost complete original car. Has the numbers matching Hi perf 350, turbo 400 trans and 3:42 limited slip rear end. F41 suspension. I DO HAVE THE TITLE! I bought this car from a man who bought it two days earlier from the gentleman who owned it since 1986. It was parked in an outside storage lot in 1992 where it sat until two weeks ago. Unfortunately it is very rusty, the body will need a lot of work. It would be best to use a donor body.
What's missing: The outside mirrors, windshield and rear window trim, rear window, console, passenger seat, passenger door panel, all but one of the original wheels.

Engine: Original numbers matching Hi-performance 350. Other than a cam change and the headers, everything under the hood is just as it left the factory. I intended to get it running so I changed the oil and filter, added some zddp and turned it over by hand. The engine was not stuck. I put in a pre-lube tool to lube the entire engine before trying to start it but could never get any oil to the rockers so I decided not to start it. The engine should be torn down for inspection.
Specs: Four bolt block, forged steel crank, windage tray, heat treated and shot peened connecting rods, flat top 9:1 cr pistons, 2.02 valves, screw in rocker studs with guide plates, cast aluminum valve covers with oil drippers. It still retains the original flex fan. The previous owner said he changed the cam in the late 80's, I didn't get any info on what is in it now.
Transmission: Original numbers matching Turbo 400
Rear axle: Original numbers matching 3:42 limited slip with original GM gears still in place
Interior: Pretty much shot, rear side panels and sail panels look surprisingly well and could be re used with a little cleaning. The gauge cluster looks good.
Both bumpers are straight and in good condition. The header panel has no cracks, but needs a little work in a couple of spots. The front spoiler has a crack that is repairable and otherwise looks good. The rear spoiler is good. The body rusted more on the drivers side, not much salvageableon that side. The "A" pillars are rusted out on both sides. The passenger side fender, door and quarter panel are useable. The hood and deck lid are both rusty on the underside. Windshield is good, as are the door windows.
I'm sure I've missed some things, feel free to ask if you have any questions or need pics of anything else.
I will not deliver or ship, buyer must arrange for pick up.
A $300 non-refundable deposit is required through paypal within 48 hours of auction end, remaining balance due in cash at pick up unlessother suitable arrangements are made prior to pick up.

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