Selling my survivor 1975 Type LT

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  1. bondora68

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    I have run out of room and I need to sell my nearly all original 1975 Type LT Camaro. I bought it from the original family who ordered the car new. It has all matching drive train (matching numbers). All original sheet metal and no rust. Original paint that needs some work to be really nice. 350 engine with auto transmission and factory AC. Original wheels and caps.
    Car has 154400 original miles.
    I have all the original paperwork and receipts dating back to 1975 including build sheet, dealer paperwork, warranty booklet, etc. and all receipts.
    It currently has an aftermarket 4 barrel intake with a quadrajet 4 barrel carb but i have the original intake, carb, and air cleaner.
    I upgraded the AC and replaced the compressor and condensor but I have all the original pieces. AC blows cold and heat blows hot.
    I replaced the original radio with an aftermarket 2-shaft with iphone hook-up but I have the original radio.
    All new brakes, rotors, calipers and hoses, new fuel line, new alternator, new carpet, new tires, New AC ducts.
    This was my daily driver for about a year with no issues. Drives great. She burns a little oil as expected and has a bit of blue smoke on startup.
    Has a few squeaks and rattles which is expected. There is a very light dent on driver's door below the belt line that is hard to spot. Paint has spots of touch up paint where I repaired (welded patches) rust spots in the lower fenders.
    SOLD
    Update: Price reduced
     
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    BTW, the oil spots on my driveway are not from the Camaro...they are from my 2008 BMW which leaked constantly!
     
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    Sweet Car GLWTS
     
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    Great original car! Those look like original factory floor mats. Good luck.
     
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    Yes! Original GM floor mats..
     
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    Gorgeous car! My first Camaro was a 75 Type LT. Have the seats been re-upholstered also? I was wondering because they look new and don't have the comfort weave inserts like the door panels do. Very clean car! Love the color, too!
     
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