Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Second Gen F-Body: 1974 Chevrolet Camaro

The second generation Chevrolet Camaro was released in 1970 as a car that was wider, longer, and lower that its predecessor.  Unfortunately the realities of the fuel crisis and increasing safety standards means it isn't as pretty or collectible as its older brother, but I find the later models cool to the bone. Find this 1974 Chevrolet Camaro offered for $6,400 in Norwalk, CA via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.


From the seller:


1974 chevrolet camaro
condition: like new
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
paint color: blue
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: coupe
Selling my clean tittle 1974 camaro tags up to date 350 v8 4 speed Manuel asking 6200 selling because I don’t have space to park the car some one tried stealing it once broke of trim by driver side window other than that the car is ready to drive needs a little bit of work on interior paints looks pretty good has brand new tires all around and Exhaust come take it for 6200 and drive it home your dream car 1974 Camaro no smog needed for this year factory four-speed 350 V8


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4 comments:

  1. I would grab that if it was local. Replace the door seals judging by the water on the seat. No sunroof so floors are probably still good. Interior is a bit rough but it would be a fun little rig.

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  3. Anyone with the slightest bit of second generation Camaro knowledge would be embarrassed to be seen driving this car. Chevrolet stopped painting these stripes on Z28s at the end of the 1973 model year. This car is not a Z28, lose the stripes.

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  4. Going to fight you on the comment regarding these 2nd gen F bodies. I've owned 2 of the early 70-73 models, and I think they were the best looking of all the Camaros. Chevy messed them up in 74 with the front end revision, and in 75 when they wrapped the rear window around the pillars. They were well-engineered, and a properly set up car with RPO F41 suspension (part of the Z-28 package) like my second Camaro could be pushed as hard as anything you can buy these days.

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