1976 Chevrolet Camaro LT
Ls1 from a 2001 Camaro had 60,100 miles when pulled. Now has around 68,000 on build.
Pac Dual valve springs titanium retainers
FAST Intake & Throttle body
Doug’s 1 7/8 long tube headers
1999 Camaro ECM been tuned with HP tuners. Segment swap done to control 4L80E
Electric Vacuum pump for brakes due to low vacuum from cam.
4l80E maybe has 2000 miles on it. Was rebuilt before being installed.
Drive shaft is custom made from DTS (Drive Train Specialties)
B&M shifter for the 4L80E
Stock rebuilt less than 1000 miles
4:10 gears all new bearings with posi. Both axles were replaced. Ring & Pinion Waterford mi did the work.
Coy wheels 17x7 fronts 18x8 rears. Maybe has 2000 miles on them.
Tires are still like new.
Tanks Inc put together a fuel pump and drop in baffle system for the application.
All (an) fittings with stainless steel braided lines.
Corvette fuel filter with built in fuel pressure regulator.
Procar front seats with tracks
AEM Wideband, has data logging cable ready for the laptop
Brand new carpet
Tinted windows 20% rear 35% doors
Paint matched front and rear bumpers
Solid body mounts
1’ drop front springs
1’ drop rear leaf springs
Rear shocks have the spring over the shock to help with load.
Front steering components all been rebuilt
AM/FM CD radio with 2 6x9 speakers in the rear
Paint is pretty nice for its age, it does have some spots that have been touched up with touchup paint. Overall the car is really nice.
I got the car about 15 years ago bone stock. Swapped in a Chevy 350 and wasn’t happy. Got a LS1 and this is where the car started. Car runs, drives shifts fine. It does need finishing touches; the tune is close but could be better on a dyno. Car has only been street tuned. Exhaust stops just before rear axle has dynomax mufflers 3 inch. Speedometer does NOT work since it was for a cable transmission that would need to be changed or upgraded. Only reason for selling is I just dont use it, I have lost interest in the car and have a lot going on in life.