1971 CHEVY CAMARO – ROOTBEER BROWN & Black ext. with black and tan leather interior. Bucket seats, Automatic trans. AC Power steering and disc brakes. Rotisserie build, Recently painted in January 2021 in Glastris Root Beer Pearl Brown, code MM335.65. GM Performance 350 CI V-8 engine, Mild camshaft, 4-barrel carburetor, Polished aluminum dress kit, Performance fuel pump, Powder coated headers and stainless exhaust, March pulley system, Turbo 350 transmission, Performance torque converter, Posi rear end, Tubular Front Control arms & Coil overs and performance springs, Power steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes, Custom leather interior, Air conditioning, Dakota Digital Gauge Set, New American Auto Wire Harness, NX500 touchscreen sound system with Bluetooth, New glass, MOMO steering wheel, 17 inch US Mags wheels. With Chevrolet's Camaro being one of the most sought-after collector cars, it's not always easy to stand out from the crowd. The quickest way to get noticed is custom paint, build quality and a perfect stance. This gorgeous pearl brown 1971 split-bumper Camaro checks all of those boxes and then some. Featuring a rotisserie restoration, this Camaro has that extra attention to detail that makes it a worthy show-and-go contender on any stage. Ride height is achieved using coilovers and new tubular control arms in the front with performance springs and lowering blocks in the rear. Subtle custom fabrication work, such as the incorporated bumpers and quarter panel exhaust exits, is excellent on this car, and the matte black tail light panel with a billet gas cap looks sinister sitting just below the spoiler. The Root Beer pearl brown paint contrasts nicely with the matte black grille and trim, while the 17-inch US Mag wheels with black centers and polished hoops complete the stealthy look. A mild camshaft added to the GM Performance 350 CI small-block V-8 gives it a healthy rumble through the powder-coated headers and stainless exhaust. A performance fuel pump feeds the 4-barrel Carb sitting on an aluminum intake, while a polished aluminum dress kit adorns the valve covers and air cleaner. A March serpentine accessory drive system ensures alignment of the power steering pump and air-conditioning compressor. Power is transferred through a TH350 transmission fitted with a performance torque converter, and 4-wheel power disc brakes should get the car slowed in a hurry. The interior is subtle yet modern. New glass envelopes the passengers in the custom tan w/black leather bucket seats, while a MOMO steering wheel provides a nostalgic performance look. The center console houses an NX500 touch-screen sound system with Bluetooth, new Dakota digital dash gauge cluster provides accurate vitals. Obviously, countless hours were spent on this rotisserie restoration to achieve a timeless custom presentation of this tastefully modified 1971 Camaro. It will surely turn heads wherever it goes for a long time to come.