1973 camaro type Lt rs z/28 4-speed matching numbers is it rare because it has all 3 options?

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  1. ggtsvnv

    ggtsvnv Veteran Member

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    There were 11364 rs built in 1973 and it wasn' ended before year end. The RS package along with all 73 camaros had changes to make it comply with 73 bumper laws.
     
  2. twozs

    twozs Veteran Member

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    One in three cars in 73 was a Type Lt . 32,327 1FS87 Type Lt and 64,424 1FQ87 sport coupes in both 6 and 8 cylinder models. Then the rest are a guess . Being generous giving the Z28 option at 10% ( 11,000 out of 90,000 app. ) of the total of the Type LT and the RS another 10%( 11,000 out of 90,000 app. Again ) but it gets muddy as some type Lts has both options . So it’s not really like 10% minus 10% . Good luck with it and it seems worth a second look .
     
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  3. budro6968

    budro6968 Veteran Member

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    For that price it is a steal. I agree with others, snag it.
     
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  4. 71RSLS

    71RSLS Veteran Member

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    You better get it before the owner raises his price or someone beats you to it. These things are really desirable right now. :)
     
  5. Dave Nelson

    Dave Nelson Veteran Member Gold Member

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    For $700.00 that car would have left with me the first day.
     
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  6. mallard

    mallard Veteran Member

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    $700 for any 73 Camaro is more than worth it. The fact that it's a genuine Type LT Z28 is a plus. If it is a "genuine" RS all the better, but even if not, those front end parts alone will be worth good $ assuming they're usable.
     

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