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1983 Camaro Z28 6,800 original miles F/S or possible trade???

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<span style="font-family: 'Arial Black'">I am thinking about selling my 1983 Camaro Z28. Guys this car is literally in every sense of the word PERFECT. It has scored 995, 994, 996, 998 out of 1000 points respectively in the last four 1000 point competitions it has entered. It scored a near perfect 99 in the last three 100 point competitions. The car earned its 1st Junior National at Cumberland last year.

The car is beautiful and runs and drives perfectly it still features ALL original equipment tires, hoses, belts etc. I even have the original battery. The interior is perfect and so is the body with one exception, under the right hood stripe on the hood some paint work will be needed (it will not require a full hood paint it is under the decal stripe. I can explain further if interested. this has been the only mark off item when being judged.

Car is SUPER CLEAN inside and out and underneath. Another unique feature about his car is it has the RARE locking rear trunk cover option - not the window shade item that was popular on these cars. This car is Truly a must see, you won't find many nicer than this if you ever found one.

The car is a one owner 6,800 mile car - that's right 6,800. It is possibly the lowest mileage 83 out there. I am asking $22,500 obo I am willing to deal so let's talk about it or I will consider trades for a car I am interested in.

Some of these include:

1958 - 60 Thunderbird - I really like the 1960 model.

1962 - 63 Grand Prix

1973 - Olds 442 or Cutlass Supreme

1969 - 70 Cougar

1966 Chevrolet Impala Doesn't necessarily have to be a SS.

1929-32 Chevrolet

Most all cars of the 40's and early 50's

Pony Cars - I don't want a Mustang or a Camaro though.

I may even consider some other cars I have a variety of interests so hit me with what you got - I just want something interesting so I am pretty open to whatever, let's talk.

I have more photos if you want them. </span>






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