Of course, a Z28 is all about performance and the Z was powered by the most potent engine choice available back in the day, a 350 cubic inch V8 producing 185 horsepower. That may not seem like big number now, but in 1977, the half-year Z/28 was one of the few American muscle cars available to a buying public that was thirsty for performance. Rebuilt approximately 7k miles ago, it’s nicely detailed and mostly stock under the hood with a little flash from a chrome air cleaner replete with correct decals, finned valve covers, long-tube headers, and an upgraded compressor for the Vintage A/C system. Of course, maintenance items have been replaced to keep it in top health and the factory-style carb and MSD ignition ensure reliability. The power is transferred to the rear wheels via a 4-speed manual transmission and a 10-bolt rear end and manageable gears out back make the most of the small block’s power.
La Vergne, Tennessee, United States