You could still get a big block in your Camaro, but if you liked going around corners with relative ease and balance, the Z/28’s 350 cubic inch LT1 V8 was a smarter choice. This is the car’s original, numbers-matching engine, rebuilt with its correct Holley 4-barrel carburetor and Winters intake, just like GM intended. The finned valve covers are a familiar Z/28 look and the dual-snorkeled chrome air cleaner lid dresses the place up a bit. All the little details are exactly right for show purposes, and with less than 71 miles on the build, it’s still incredibly fresh. It’s backed by the factory, numbers matching Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission and 10-bolt rear end, which has 3.73 gears posi-traction gears, just like it’s supposed to. Offering super clean floors with correct red primer on the pans, a fresh dual exhaust system, and lots of factory-correct components, the chassis is as highly detailed as the engine bay. Even the attractive SS wheels are proper, although these were aesthetically finished in black instead of the factory-correct dark gray, and they’re wrapped in 235/60/15 white-letter BFGoodrich radials at each corner to finish the look.

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Location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States