In 1973 the Type LT replaced the SS option and added many new options to the Camaro line, such as factory A/C for the first time and power windows for the first time in the second gen production line. I've owned this for a few years and done some myself, with friends and paid for the rest. I try to maintain a stock look, and do a few shows from time to time. In the coming summer I will run it down the track a time or two and get my 0-60, and 1/4 mile times.
If you can provide documentation on how many LT Z28 RS optioned Camaros were produced in '73 I would like to hear from you.
I've had this car for about 12 years now. It has been restored from the ground up twice. The car was finished once and i wasn't satisfied so I pretty much started from the ground up again. The second restoration was completed in 2001. All the work on the car has been done by me with a little help from family and friends which I greatly appreiciated. Even though the car is complete I still end up changing things or trying to make things better i guess thats thats a car guy thing.
-350 Chevy Small Block 325HP
-Muncie M-21 Close Ratio 4 Speed
-3:73 Rear End
-650 CFM Edelbrock Carb
1973 RS Z28 Camaro
Engine-383 stroker w/GM Fastburn Aluminum Heads, Comp solid roller cam, edelbrock RPM Airgap intake, 750 HP Holley carb.
Transmission-HD Close Ratio Muncie 4-speed
Rearend-8.5 10 bolt posi w/ 3.90 gears
Exhaust-3" Dynomax with custom X-pipe
Wheels-15X6 Crager SS on front 15X8 Crager SS on rear
Interior-Restored to factory type interior w/ some tricks
-Original Vinyl Top
-Front Disk Rear Drum Brakes
-All Trim Packages
No factory options listed.
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