The first generation Camaro certainly has seen a lot of popularity since it debuted in September of 1966 with its immediate iconic good looks. But the second generation is, without a doubt, just as much a crowd pleaser. When you pull up in an example like this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 it''s easy to see why. After undergoing a rotisserie restoration, and cradling a correct CGP code 330 HP LT1 350, this car shows a finish that is showroom fresh inside, out, and underneath. The sheet metal on this Camaro has been finished in code 43 Lime Green paint and it looks absolutely stunning. Walking around the car it is hard to find flaws, and the car certainly looks great and stands out. That green finish is accented by white stripes and a factory correct white vinyl top. The correct Z/28 badges are all present in their correct locations and have a vivid shine against the green backdrop. The chrome bumpers at the front and rear have a mirror-like finish and appear new like the day the car left the factory, much like the rest of the car. All of that GM brilliance sits atop 15'''' American Racing Torque Thrust wheels that create a classic look that is devoid of any major flaws. Inside is a correct green interior that features clean and tear free vinyl wrapping the front and rear seats. Those inviting seats are plush to the touch and look great with a fantastic look. Facing the driver and front passenger is a straight dash that has an excellent shine and features a wood appliquÃ© surrounding the gauges. Beneath the green dash is an AM/FM radio that is factory correct. There is a manual gear shifter that sits in fresh, green carpet, and above is a taut, green headliner. The driver and passenger are flanked by clean green door panels. Sitting in this car is like sitting in a time capsule. It''s really as if you were sitting in a new Camaro in the Chevrolet dealership''s showroom back in 1971. Lift the hood and you''ll find a very clean engine bay that centers the believed original, CGP code 330 horse 350 cubic inch LT-1 V8, only found in the Z28 model. Like the rest of the car, everything remains in factory correct configuration, so there isn''t any flashy dress up parts here...just a very clean motor. That motor is mounted to a 4-speed manual transmission that sends power back to a 10 bolt rear end stuffed with 3.73 gears. Underneath, things are just as clean. This is a chassis that you will certainly want to show off with some display mirrors at the local shows. GM markings and tags are all over the undercarriage, completing the spectacular build. The driver is aided with power steering and power brakes that keep the F60-15 Firestone Wide Oval tires planted to the road. Overall this real, correct ''71 Camaro Z/28 is a pristine example of how one should be. It has even been "OK" GM certified. This is a great candidate for adding to a collection or collecting trophies at the car shows. If you''re ready for a clean second generation Camaro, don''t miss this chance. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.