You always knew a 1978 Chevrolet Camaro could be like this. It's a full upgraded presentation with its bold red paint, custom interior, and a powerful ZZ4 crate motor. There's so much going on for this car, you won't believe the affordable price.
You know you love the look of these later 2nd generation Camaros. The angular design could have almost passed for European if it weren't for all the aggressive Z28-style touches like the chin spoiler that wraps around to the wheel openings, the full-length spoiler out back, and the blacked-out grille and headlight bezels. But none of these details are what caught your eye first. We know that the bright red paint grabs all your attention immediately, which is why this is not a car for the timid. There's been a real investment into making sure this coupe shines. In fact, it's so bright that you only need chrome for accenting important pieces like the iconic Cragar SS wheels.
Inside is one of the best interiors to combine the right original equipment with plenty of cool upgrades. It has an aggressive all dark attitude, but it also doesn't skip out on the comfort. You see that best in the high-back bucket seats that are a nice combination a durable vinyl in the high traffic areas and comfy velour cloth where you sit. This has all the right features like a center console with armrest and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input for modern music players. But this is a true driver's machine at its heart. That's why you have a B&M shifter for your right hand, a grippy sports steering wheel for your left one, plenty our auxiliary gauges, and there's a SunPro tach boldly sitting on top of the steering column.
The engine bay looks terrific with its dark side style. And we particularly like how the Chevrolet on the air topper and wires match the bold exterior red. But more than a great appearance, you're looking at a ZZ4 performance crate motor. This 350 cubic-inch V8 was installed only around 3,000 miles ago. And it gets even better as the long tube headers feed the new and rumbling dual exhaust system. As you look over all the pictures, including the undercarriage photos, you'll see that everything is quite fresh. That's the advantage when the owner is a mechanic – you get a personal restoration that's a labor of love. It makes this a coupe that you'll want to show off everywhere, and so it also has great driving features like power steering, front disc brakes, and a three-speed automatic transmission.
Complete with service manuals, it takes some serious time and investment to get a fast and comfortable total package like this custom Camaro. But you get to save the work and some cash with this affordable turn-key classic. Call today!!!