Chevrolet Camaro SS Numbers Matching, 4 speed Manual Transmission

Year: 1971 MATCHING

Engine: 5.7L V8 270HP MATCHING

State: Very good

Gearbox: Manual 4 speed!!

Interior: Black Leather

Mileage: 88999

Price: 0 usd ( without VAT )

REAL DEAL SS 350 W/ #S MATCH 350 AND MUNCIE M20 4 SPD, PS, PB W/DISC, ORIGINAL
This 1971 Chevrolet Camaro SS is the ideal balance of original numbers-matching features (like the V8 and the four-speed) while also getting the right upgrades along the way (like the timeless color combo.) The result is a sweet classic muscle machine offered at quite a nice price.
An early second-gen Camaro all dressed in red is quite hard to beat. After all, this has some of the purest lines ever put to a Chevy. The pointed front end accented by a form-fitting chrome bumper. The crisp line that runs through the entire middle of the profile. And the recessed rear end created by the sheetmetal and bumper joining together seamlessly. This all tells you a stylist really worked on this coupe. And it even has European-inspired touches, like the fastback silhouette and the headlights pushed way out front. And you can see it all so well thanks to good sheetmetal and glossy paint on this example. Plus, you’re reminded of the extra aggressive nature that goes along with this style thanks to pieces like the SS badging and upgraded American Racing Torq Thrust wheels.
Black interiors always go great with the red exteriors – that’s why this coupe was upgraded to this timeless color combo later in life. The interior features the correct high-backed bucket seats, which debuted for the 1971 model year. These look great, right down to the proper button-top presentation. In fact, while this interior is all part of an upgrade, you will almost swear it was born this way. The door panels, dash, carpeting, and center console all have a nice black appearance, and they have the right amount of survivor-like quality to feel original. Even the factory AM radio is still on display! But what you’ll really love is the feeling that comes from resting your right hand on top of that stick shift, and then grabbing the classic steering wheel that gives you a commanding view of the gauges.