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    1. #1
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      Pro Touring 1973 ZL73 Camaro for sale full custom - LS3

      My first post unfortunately is to sell my pride and joy. My 1973 Camaro (originally Z28) with LS3, ridetech, Wilwood, Booze Forged, TKO600, Custom interior and so much more. Recently featured in this months Chevy High Performance magazine, link below for all the details and specs and additional pictures.

      [email protected]

      ill provide cell phone number for serious buyers. Asking reasonable $50,000 OBO.



      http://www.superchevy.com/features/1...ilt-dream-car/
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    2. #2
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      Wow, is that a misprint? 50k seems way cheap, sorry to see you sell, but GLWS

    3. #3
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      Omg 50k can’t be right !
      From a place you will not see comes a sound you will not hear....

      67 Camaro In progress

      https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...-Tap-67-camaro

    4. #4
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      That car is stunning. Price is more than fair. If I werenít already far down the path of building one I would be all over this. Love the color !! Best of luck !
      1971 Camaro - 406 / T56
      2016 Camaro SS convertible
      2018 Colorado 4x4

    5. #5
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      Does the car have AC?
      SMSgt Ty Ingle, USAF
      "CF71" - Freedom Bird
      Hoodpins.com, Inland Empire Driveline, Billet Accessories Direct, Modo Innovations, AutoRad Radiators, Morris Classic Concepts, Marquez Design, Anvil Auto, Fesler Billet, US Collision (DOOM), AGR Performance, Pro-touringF-body.com, Phoenix Transmission Products, Shiftworks, ACC Carpet, Hedman Hedders, BMR Fabrication, American Autowire, MityMounts, TIN INDIAN Performance, Kauffman Racing Equipment, Pypes, RobbMc Performance, WMC, Holley, NOS, PST

    6. #6
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      Yeah, definitely low price... seem sketchy
      Big dreams, small pockets....

      Chris--
      '72 Cutlass S LSA/T56 Magnum
      Bowler Performance, Rushforth Wheels, ATS, Holley EFI, KORE3, Ridetech

      Project Motor City Madness

    7. #7
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      Ryan is retiring from the military and only selling the car due to that life change... not sketchy at all.
      SMSgt Ty Ingle, USAF
      "CF71" - Freedom Bird
      Hoodpins.com, Inland Empire Driveline, Billet Accessories Direct, Modo Innovations, AutoRad Radiators, Morris Classic Concepts, Marquez Design, Anvil Auto, Fesler Billet, US Collision (DOOM), AGR Performance, Pro-touringF-body.com, Phoenix Transmission Products, Shiftworks, ACC Carpet, Hedman Hedders, BMR Fabrication, American Autowire, MityMounts, TIN INDIAN Performance, Kauffman Racing Equipment, Pypes, RobbMc Performance, WMC, Holley, NOS, PST

    8. #8
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      Quote Originally Posted by OLDFLM View Post
      Does the car have AC?
      The car doesnít have AC, that was my next project. It is $50K simply because I donít want to haggle lol.

    9. #9
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      Beautiful car at a great price. It'll go quick - hopefully to someone who will use and enjoy it rather than a dealer/flipper.
      - Ryan

    10. #10
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      I have sent you an email. Please call me.806 area code

    11. #11
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      Where are you located?

    12. #12
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      PM sent as well.
      Thanks!

    13. #13
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      I canít believe itís not sold yet! That is one sweet ride! Color combination is awesome!
      1969 Camaro with Lingenfelter LS7 and HD4L70E. Heidt's Pro G fornt clip and TCI mini tubbed and 4 linked with ford 9". Forgeline GA3C 19" all around with Nitto NT05 front and NT05R in the rear.

    14. #14
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      Great looking car. Color is tits.

      Nice price for it too.


      In my opinion I think people would fully be tripping over themselves to buy it at $50k (or more) if it had been mini-tubbed and also had A/C.

    15. #15
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      Looks like a very nice car, at $50K are there comps out there demanding much more [and selling]? Seems on the high end for a '73, to me?
      1972 Plymouth 'Cuda - Not LS-swapped, 5.7L Hemi [MS3 Gold Box], T56 Magnum 6-speed - 'Cuda Build Page
      1976 Dodge D100 - Warlock
      2016 Subaru WRX - E30 Tune

    16. #16
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      Nice car. I'm a gen two fbody fan and I've built a few with LS swaps. Your price is vvvvvvery fair AC or mini tubbed or not. Good luck with the sale.

    17. #17
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      I actually prefer it without the mini tubs... on my car I intentionally didn't mini tub as I have two young boys that ride in the back seat often so I didn't want to narrow that space... same reason I didn't install a roll bar.

      If I didn't already have my car and the sentimental attachment to it... I'D BE ALL OVER THIS CAR!! Vintage Air would be an easy install and I'd daily the crap out of this thing! LOVE the color, mods, stance!!

      FWIW newer Camaros/Mustangs/Hellcats are running a 245/275 stagger... ZL1/GT350's have a 305 rear... so yeah I think a 295 is plenty. My car has a 295/40/18 out back.
      SMSgt Ty Ingle, USAF
      "CF71" - Freedom Bird
      Hoodpins.com, Inland Empire Driveline, Billet Accessories Direct, Modo Innovations, AutoRad Radiators, Morris Classic Concepts, Marquez Design, Anvil Auto, Fesler Billet, US Collision (DOOM), AGR Performance, Pro-touringF-body.com, Phoenix Transmission Products, Shiftworks, ACC Carpet, Hedman Hedders, BMR Fabrication, American Autowire, MityMounts, TIN INDIAN Performance, Kauffman Racing Equipment, Pypes, RobbMc Performance, WMC, Holley, NOS, PST

    18. #18
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      Agree - I am running 275/295 on a 2nd gen w/o minitubs and that's with stock leaf springs but shocks mounted inboard. With some minor massaging of the inner wells and the right offset pretty sure 305 or 315's would fit on a coil-over setup even without minitubs. And that is plenty of tire IMHO. These cars with 315/335 look cool and that's probably a great track set-up, but it's not as streetable as a 275/315 or 255/295 car. My new SS camaro has 245/275 tires and handles quite well thank you - even the ZL1's get 285/305 tires and those cars are putting down 650hp and are supercar level performers on the track.
      1971 Camaro - 406 / T56
      2016 Camaro SS convertible
      2018 Colorado 4x4

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      Bump for a good dude!

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