Seven Hills Motorcars is
Cincinnati's premier Corvette specialist anda licensed and
registered auto dealer by the State of Ohio. With many years of
focused experience we specialize in 1957 to 1982 Corvettes and other GM
classics. There is no other dealership that can better meet your needs
if you would like to buy, sell, or just find out more information about
your Corvette, Cadillac, Camaro, or Trans Am. Founded in 2005, this is
a very focused operation. We do it because we enjoy it. We are a
collectors and enthusiasts; therefore we look for cars that excite us.
I do not purchase at dealer auctions; each car is hand picked because it
is special or rare and because we like it.
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Seven Hills Motorcars is proud to offer this unmolested 1977 Camaro
in superb original condition and priced to sell. This Camaro is in
excellent shape featuring an all original Type LT interior that
is in beautiful shape, the original numbers matching 350 V8, very
low original mileage of 38,750, a host of factory ordered options
including working AC, and a beautiful exterior color of Orange
factory code (78). On a hunch we removed the rear seats and found an
original build sheet in perfect condition tucked away to validate
the authenticity of this incredible unmolested 1977 Type LT Camaro.
It looks great, runs awesome, and is a fantastic driver that feels
great on the road. This is an excellent opportunity to own a classic
Camaro that is ready to be used and enjoyed at an unbeatable value.
One could easily buy this car now and sell it for more than the
purchase price in years to come. This Camaro is finished in the
beautiful and desirable color combination of Orange over Buckskin
Type LT interior. This is the factory color scheme as verified on
the trim tag and build sheet both pictured below. The very low original mileage is
confirmed not only by the condition of the car, but also the oil
change stickers mentioned below and the clear Ohio title, pictured
below, that states the mileage as "Actual." Please peruse all of the photos, video,
and information below to get a true sense of nice and clean this
Camaro really is.
We purchased this Camaro from a gentleman
in Xenia, OH. The car seemed so well maintained and reliable that we
decided to just drive it from Xenia all the way back to
Cincinnati instead of trailering it since it was a nice day. The car
preformed flawlessly on the road trip back and was an
absolute pleasure to drive.
Please note that this Camaro is
"numbers matching" meaning the engine is original to the car. The
last six digits of the VIN, 507021, are stamped on the engine block,
and pictured below, indicating that this is the engine that was
installed in the car brand new at the factory. Also stamped on the
engine block and pictured below is "V0921CKH." The "V" indicates
that this engine was assembled at the Flint engine plant. The "0921"
is a date code indicated that the engine was assembled on September
21, 1976. This would be correct as it precedes the car's body build
date of the fifth week of September 1976, represented by the code
"09E" on the trim tag. The "CKH" is the engine suffix code meaning
that this engine was intended for a 350ci Camaro with an automatic
transmission, which is correct for this car.
As a side note, this Camaro is not a dealer auction vehicle.
We hand pick each car after careful inspection. Our
classics come from owners who expect their cars to go to someone
that will give the vehicle the same care and attention as they did.
We invite and encourage you to examine the car in person or have the
car inspected. Please take the time to scrutinize each
picture. We photograph each vehicle to the greatest extent so
you can feel confident about your purchase. If you have a
question about the Camaro, just give us a call.
With Camaro outselling the Mustang for the first time ever, it was
clear that car-buyers had grown tired of the completely redesigned
Mustang II that had been introduced in 1974. Though it had very high
sales in its first two years, these dried up quickly as the
car-buyers apparently disliked the transition of the car from the
original pony car to a compact car.
In reality, the Camaro
was the only pony still being produced other than its corporate
cousin, the Firebird. In fact, the reintroduction of the Z28 was
largely seen as a response to the continued success of the Trans Am
Firebird. Both of these cars would continue to sell well throughout
the 1970s, as they were the only pony cars left after the Mustang’s
transformation and the discontinuation of the AMC Javelin, Dodge
Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda.
The Orange exterior is in
very nice driver condition. As one can
see in the photos, the paint has a fine gloss, deep shine, and
smooth glass like finish; it is an absolutely beautiful exterior
color that looks even better in the sun. The factory door
edge moldings still look like new. The Type LT emblems look like
new as well even the difficult to find rear panel emblem looks
near perfect. Often many Camaro's will have particularly chipped
up front ends, this car does not, both bumpers are in good shape
with no major scratches or issues with the rubber, but there are
several hazy spots as one can see in the photos. There are no major imperfections
that have been intentionally excluded from the photos. There may
be some small blemishes that were too faint to show up in
photos, but nothing that is really noticeable from about five or
ten feet away. This is an older paintjob that does show its age
in certain spots, but still looks very nice and presentable. The
tires are sized 205/75/14, look brand new with
virtually no wear, and are white walls, which is correct per the
factory build sheet. The factory rally wheels look like new as
well wtih no curb rash and the center caps and wheel rings
are in great shape as well. The trunk is solid and clean and
nicely detailed with an original trunk mat, original spare, and
jack accessories; even the trunk light is still functional.
The Camaro looks just as good in person as it
does in the photos.
Window Date Codes
Windshield: IC - "I" denotes
June and "C" denotes 1976 meaning the windshield was
made in June of 1976.
Driver: TC - "T" denotes February and "C" denotes
1976 meaning the driver's side window was made in
February of 1976.
Passenger: TC -
denotes February and "C" denotes 1976 meaning the
passenger side window was made in February of 1976.
Rear: UC -
denotes February and "C" denotes 1976 meaning the rear
window was made in February of 1976.
Please note that ALL the glass on this car is date coded and original as each piece
predates the car's body build date of the fifth week of
(09E). Original glass is a good indication that this car
has had no major accident history and never sustained significant damage.
The Buckskin Type LT interior of
this Camaro looks utterly splendid. The original vinyl seats are in great condition with no excessive wear, rips
or stains. These seat covers are factory originals which are
36 years old; they still look awesome and show hardly any
wear. The original carpet is in very good condition with no
major stains, rips or holes. The original dash is in great
condition with no cracks, fading or sun damage, but it has
pulled up some in the back by the windshield which is very
common on these models. It does not appear to be
damaged, but more like the top material has come loose and
could be re-glued to lay flush with the dash. The Type LT
original dash bezel is in beautiful condition as well, all the gauges are crystal clear and look new. The original
stereo still remains in the car with no modifications, which
is a true testament to the survivor theme of this Camaro,
please note the "stereo" light illuminating
correctly on the radio in the
The single original 6x9 rear speaker is still in its factory
position with the factory cardboard insulation and still
works. The original door panels look great with no cracks or
splits, and both door pulls are solid and in tact. The
headliner is in great condition with no sagging, warping,
stains or tears. The original package tray is also in great
shape with no warping or fading and the factory installed
rear defrost system still works correctly on both speeds. The center console is in
good shape with no rips or tears and only one very small blemish,
which is visible in the photos. The clear plastic caution tags are still on
seat belts. Everything works on this car as it should
outside of the clock. All of the lights and gauges work very
well and so does the power windows, power door locks, AC and
heater controls, blower on all speeds, radio, rear defroster, cruise control, very
rare pulse wipers, tilt wheel, horn, warning buzzers, and
even the cigarette lighter still works. This car has not
been smoked in; there is no aroma of cigarettes what so
ever. GM interiors from this era are not known to wear well
and the amazing condition of this original interior is a true
testament to the meticulous care this car has received
throughout its life.
The interior looks just as good in person as it
does in the photos.
This Camaro is in
great mechanical condition and the numbers matching drive line
is completely unmolested. Even the original catalytic converter
is still in place, which is very rare to see after 36 years. The
mechanics and the way this car runs and drives are some of its
strongest points. Everything on the car works. This Camaro is an exceptional driver that
feels great on the road and at highway speeds. There is no smoke
when starting or driving the car. It starts right away every
time, idles well, and runs great. The brakes are responsive and
do not pull to one side or the other. Also, the engine is clean
and beautifully detailed as one can see from the photos. This
Camaro has good power and handles very well. The AC system blows cold air and the cruise control system is
still functional, even the underhood light still works
perfectly. Not enough can be said as to how much of a pleasure
it is to drive this car, especially on a beautiful day. We
personally drove this car home to our shop over 50 miles and it
drove beautifully. It drove strait and the steering was tight,
it did not rattle or run hot. It was a true pleasure to drive,
even on a longer road trip. You will see in the video below a
short segment of the car on the highway. Please notice that the
car is smooth, quiet, and drives just like a 38,000 Camaro
Camaro runs and drives as well as it looks.
Overall, this 1977 Camaro is in
excellent unmolested condition. It
is a great value, a beautiful color combination, and we
have it priced to sell. Please notice in the photos
below the oil change stickers on the car. They show that
in September of 1988 the car had 21,629 miles and then
in September of 1990 the car had 25,773 miles. These
stickers are another great verification of the mileage
as original. This car turns heads and gets
tons of attention wherever it goes, especially with the
color combination. Anyone is sure to be the talk of the
cruse in when this car pulls up. The value of these
Camaros has gone up exponentially in recent years. They
are all solid investments for a collector or the average
enthusiast. Cars like this are the Barrett Jackson and
Mecum stars of the future. One could easily enjoy this
vehicle for several years and sell it for more than the
purchase price with minimal effort.
Thank you for looking and please do not
hesitate to email or call with any questions.
For a twelve minute video of the car starting, running, a walk around,
test drive, and function check please visit:
majority of cars sold by Seven Hills Motorcars are shipped
across the country or even across the world to their new
owners. Therefore, we are very familiar with the shipping
process and glad to help our customers with it. We are more
than happy to assist in having your car transported to anywhere
in world. For our domestic customers in the United States we
can handle the entire process in-house without the need or added
expense for a shipping broker. Please feel free to contact us
for a shipping quote.
If the winning
bidder cannot complete the transaction for any reason there will
be a $350 fee payable through PayPal. By bidding on this car or
making an offer through eBay the buyer agrees to these terms and
to pay the $350 fee is he or she cannot or does not purchase the