1973 Chevrolet Camaro Recent comprehensive restoration Red exterior with black racing stripes and standard black vinyl interior (code 775) 454 CID V-8 engine with four-barrel carb with performance exhaust Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission Power steering and power brakesNew restored interior Rallye sideview mirrors with drivers side remote controlNew front Rally Sport bumper and RS grill with front and rear RS spoilers Documentation includes restoration receiptsVery tidy undercarriage Despite the first Arab Oil Embargo running most of the ponycar class into brick walls and forcing the Ford Mustang into an economy drive after 1973, GM stayed the course with its Camaro and Firebird. This 1973 split bumper Camaro has been restored and improved since it left the factory and has recently had a stunning comprehensive restoration! Under the hood is a powerful 454 V8 matched with a M20 four speed manual transmission and this car sounds absolutely amazing! Built during the second week of December 1972 in GMs Norwood, Ohio factory, this F-body is the beneficiary of a full restoration. Dressed in red with black racing stripes, the cars paint and trim are in excellent overall condition. The cars windows are clear and intact while its lights look great. The cars bodywork is straight and solid, the engine bay is extremely tidy, the battery appears new and the chrome bumpers are in excellent order. This was the final model year for the quad taillights and non-wraparound rear window. The front has a new new front Rally Sport bumper and RS grill with front and rear RS spoilers. This Camaro rolls on BFGoodrich Radial T/A white letter tires, 235/60R15 in front and 275/60R15 in back. Each tire is mounted on black, five-spoke wheels with bowtie center caps. All wheels and tires are in very good order. Under that counterbalanced hood is a powerful 454 CID big-block V-8 engine with a four-barrel carb. Backing this motor is a Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission. Driver convenience features include power steering and power brakes. Open either door to see that the interior has completely been recently restored with standard black vinyl interior (code 775). The front buckets (code A51) and rear demi-buckets are in overall excellent order while the complementing black carpet is in like new condition. The matching headliner looks fantastic and the four-spoke steering wheel donated from the Chevy Vega is in great condition. The instrument panel and inner door liners are in all in excellent shape. The padded dashtop is crack-free. The floor mounted shifter emerges from the driveshaft tunnel and is topped with a white ball. There are three ancillary aftermarket gauges (coolant temp, ammeter, oil pressure) mounted beneath the dash and theres an AM/FM stereo. Underneath the undercarriage is extremely tidy and solid, must see the photos to appreciate! The 1973 model year incorporated standard impact-absorbing front bumper system to meet new no-damage standards in five miles per hour NHTSA safety legislation. The Rally Sport option, with its chrome bumperettes on either side of an impact absorbing urethane grill surround, continued for one more year due to creative bracing behind the front sheet metal. A new Type LT model was offered in 1973, with a quieter and better-appointed interior, full instrumentation, Rally-style wheels, variable-ratio steering, sport mirrors, and hidden windshield wipers, among other upgrades. The Super Sport package was dropped, and the big block 396 CID V-8 was no longer available. Power was down due to new emissions standards, with the top-rated 350 CID V-8. The engine was switched from solid-lifters to hydraulic tappets. Air conditioning became available as an option with this engine. The Z-28 option could be ordered on both the sport coupe and LT models. When the Z-28 and Type LT options were combined, the usual Z28 badges, stripes, and graphics were deleted. Other changes included a new console-mounted shifter for automatic transmissions similar to the shifter used in Pontiac Firebirds replacing the Buick-like horseshoe shifter of previous Camaros and the reintroduction of power windows to the option list for the first time since 1969, with the switches mounted in the console. Recovering from the strike, Camaro sales increased to 96,751 units during a record sales year industry-wide. Competition to this Camaro in 1973 was AMCs Javelin, Dodges Challenger, Fords Mustang, Mercurys Cougar, Plymouths Barracuda and Pontiacs Firebird. Documentation includes various parts and restoration receipts. VIN: 1Q87H3N115358 This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 10,328 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!! Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.