The second generation Chevrolet Camaro was released for the 1970 model year with a new shape that was longer, lower, and wider than the outgoing shape. In the first few years of production the Camaro was faster than the previous model, but as years went by it became ensnared in the gas and emissions crises of the mid 70s and became painfully slow. Today's example has a fully built 383 cubic inch V8 with zero miles on the build...but was caught up in a small brush fire. Find this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro offered for just don't be rediculus with the lowballing. I'm not forced to sell it, so don't think you can force a stupid low price located in Lake County, CA via craigslist. Tip from Kaibeezy.
In all seriousness this car probably isn't salvageable, but you could probably pull a few parts from the carcass if you were so inclined. See another firesale classic? firstname.lastname@example.org