In 1971 Chevrolet played off the styling and performance for the Camaro by comparing it to Corvette! Our 1971 Camaro Sport Coupe here is a car that has lived the “Good Life.” Built at the Norwood Ohio assembly plant and delivered to Cox Chevrolet in Bradenton, Florida for dealer stock. This car caught the eye Jacob Herrmann and he took delivery on October 18, 1971. Not much is known about the history of this car or why it was seldom used but the Camaro is one of the cleanest, most original cars to pass through Rally Sport Classics. Believed to be all original paint that still looks tremendous. The interior is also completely original and in amazing condition. Check out the pictures of the underside of this car and those original red oxide floors. Powered by the original 307 V8 motor with 2 barrel carb. Options would include Tinted glass. Air Conditioning. Center Console. Powerglide Automatic Transmission. Power Steering. AM Radio. Style Trim Group. Interior Accent Group. Everything on this car works as it should and is an absolute pleasure to drive. Highly documented with the original Bill of Sale, Protect-O-Plate, Warranty Policy, Owners Manual, Cox Chevrolet Vehicle Inspection Procedure, original Plastic Chevrolet Envelope. We also have owner history from new. This is a Beautiful over the top preserved GM F-Body that is museum quality. $39,995.00.