1981 Camaro Z-28, LS swap

Discussion in 'Camaros for Sale' started by roscoehd, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. roscoehd

    roscoehd New Member

    Jul 18, 2011
    Selling my 81 Camaro because I do not have the time to enjoy it anymore, too many toys.
    Engine, installed spring of 2014
    • 6.0 swap with 85,000 mile on bottom end
    • 799 heads, milled, springs, and titanium retainers
    • Texas Speed 228R cam (Comp Cams)
    • LS6 intake, ported TB
    • Dynatech headers, Flowmaster exhaust
    • Holley drive brackets
    • Dyno results, 415 HP, 397 TQ, rear wheels
    • Tremec TKO 600 from American Powertrain
    • Detroit Speed weld in sub frame connectors
    • Hotchkiss sport suspension shocks
    • Hotchkiss front springs
    • American Racing Wheels, Nitto NT Extreme ZR tires, 245/75ZR/front, 275/40ZR/18 rear
    • rear end is stock 10 bolt 3.73 gears with an Auburn limited slip
    • Dakota Digital VFD gauges
    • Vintage Air
    • Retro Sound Stereo
    • New Headliner
    • new carpet
    • Front seats (with lumbar) are out of a 4th gen Trans Am, rear seats match
    • Car had 7*,*** miles on it when I got it back in 2011, I doubt I have put 10K on it. I shopped for a long time before buying this car, it was the cleanest car I could find. The exterior has not been restored, the hood, front fenders, doors,and front bumper have original paint. The roof, rear quarters, trunk lid, and rear bumper have been repainted @ some point. The front sub frame was removed, striped, & painted, reinstalled with solid bushings. Underside, the front 2/3 has been stripped and painted with Imron black, from the rear springs back has not been stripped and painted. This was a T-top car, and I swapped it out for a full roof, the T-tops did not take the power real well.
    • Some issues that I am aware of, the new carpet does not fit well. Missing the side trim pieces that go over the doors (along the headliner). The doors and fenders have some small dents in them (it is an 81), all of the dents can easily be fixed no need to replace. Right front tire has some cut marks on the sidewall.
    This is a great car and a thrill to drive, with a lot of great parts on it. I just do not have the time to enjoy or keep working on it.
    Asking price is $15,500 or best offer. Also open to partial trade for a Jeep Wrangler
    I also have a 88 Jeep Grand Wagoneer (another 6.0 swap) for sale, if I sell the Jeep 1st, I might keep the car.
    Feel free to PM or ask questions
    Thanks for looking

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  2. roscoehd

    roscoehd New Member

    Jul 18, 2011

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