This is a 1979 Chevy Camaro. I bought this car two years ago from the original owner and he kept ever receipt from every repair done to the car. Its hard to find a 32 year old car that was owned by the same person the whole time. Since i got the car it has undergone quite a bit of work. First thing was it got all new rims and tires. They are BFGoodrich tires with american racing outlaw rims. After that it got brand new shocks all around. There are air shocks in the rear. The body work was just finished a few weeks ago. It was all done by a professional that i know. It got new rockers, new passenger fender, inner fender wells, and tail panel. This car is now 99% rust free. The last thing is the passenger floor has a rust hole but only needs patched its not bad at all. The car just got a BRAND NEW PAINT JOB less than a month ago. It was painted by abbots here in lafayette and it looks amazing. It is white and it looks like brand new. The interior is in great condition. The only part missing is the headliner but they can be bought on ebay covered in the correct color ready for installation. I bought this car for $3000 and then put $1000 in rims and tires then put $1800 in body work another $1500 in paint and another 500 in miscellaneous parts. Now with it being almost done im not looking forward to selling it but im getting married next year and could use the money. Im taking a lose on it but thats what happens when you start projects. I know the price im asking is fair but make me an offer. The engine is a 305 but just runs amazingly. I would never worry about it breaking down. Its amazing how well it runs for being such an old car. If your looking to make it faster though you can always build the 305 because it is 100% stock or get a crate motor from jegs.com for 1400 bucks. the best way to contact me is via text 765-532-9188 . You can also email me or PM me.

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