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TYPE:USED

YEAR:1974

MAKE:CHEVROLET

MODEL: CAMARO

BODY STYLE: 2 DOOR

COST: $21,500

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MILEAGE: 72,132

ENGINE SIZE:350

TRANSMISSION:AUTOMATIC

EXTERIOR COLOR: ORANGE

INTERIOR COLOR: BLACK

VIN: 1Q87144N179831

When you think of Muscle cars, it’s without qualm that the Chevrolet Camaro quickly comes to mind. A veritable ruler of its day, the Camaro was the essence of the American dream during the late 1960’s and well into the next decade. In 1974 that passion continued to flourish as Chevrolet introduced a newly imagined body style for its more driver friendly, second generation car. Branded “Super Hugger” the second generation Camaro was greatly cultivated in both comfort and performance. Advances in mechanical grip, ride isolation, and motorsports connected advances in braking, steering, and balance made the Camaro highly desirable. The aforementioned body transformation was accentuated by new aluminum bumpers producing a body lengthening of 7”, and new rectangular taillights that hugged the rear quarters. These cars were the last of the ferocious looking muscle car movement, as federal emission regulations swelled. This gorgeous 1974 Chevrolet Camaro has that well preserved merciless look, and craves a new owner that will test its “super Hugger” designation. Brilliantly gilded in bright orange and white SS racing stripes, this car stands out in the crowd. As it drives towards you, the SS raised hood scoop really flaunts this cars might, and the Fire Hawk Indy swathed chrome American racing wheels bring to life this cars gorgeous paint. The engine compartment boasts a throaty 350 CI engine, outfitted with a mild cam, headers, duel exhaust, Chevrolet valve covers, and automatic transmission. As you venture into the well-appointed drivers seat, you will find supplementary appeal by way of its attractive black vinyl interior, added Auto Gauge under dash tachometer, tilt wheel, Kenwood AM/FM/Cassette, and Hurst floor mounted shifter. Impressiveness abounds everywhere you look when it comes to this car, and showing just 72,132 miles, it is certain to have a lot of life left in it. The last of the muscle car breed, this car is draped in American History and embellished in strength and perfection, and would indisputably breathe life and depth into any car collection.