Price
$38,900
Engine Size
350ci
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Body Style
Coupe
Miles
49,095
Vin
1Q87T3N133752
Stock
133752

#'s Match, STUNNING CONDITION, Copper Metallic/Black, 4-Speed, PRICED TO SELL!!

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Please call Matt directly at 513-708-1468 with any questions about this car.

Seven Hills Motorcars is tremendously proud to offer this absolutely stunning very low mileage and numbers matching 1973 Z28 Camaro in excellent condition with the Muncie M21 close ratio 4-speed manual transmission. This Z28 is in amazing condition with only 49,095 original miles. The car looks beautiful with stunning paint, it runs great, drives awesome, and everything on the car works properly. This survivor Z28 is a time capsule and an investment grade classic. The car has great lines and is totally solid, one can even see how clean the car is underneath in the many photos of the car on a lift. This is an excellent opportunity to own an exceptional Z28 Camaro that is ready to be used and enjoyed at an unbeatable value.

This Z28 is finished in the beautiful and highly desirable color combinations of Light Copper Metallic (60) over Black Vinyl (755). This is the factory original color scheme as verified by the codes on the trim tag pictured below as well as the original window sticker, which is also still with the car and pictured in this ad. The very low original mileage is verified not only by the condition of the car, but also the clear Ohio title, pictured in this ad, that states the mileage as "Actual." Please peruse all of the photos, numbers, video, and information below to get a true sense of clean, nice, and original this Z28 really is.

Besides the correct trim codes this Camaro is "Numbers Matching.” The last six digits of the VIN are stamped on the engine pad, which is pictured in this ad, and the engine is original to the car. The transmission is also original with the last six digits of the VIN stamped on the main case and pictured.

Throughout the entire F-Body market right now, this is one of the nicest and most desirable Camaros available. There is no way this car could be duplicated or restored with this level of quality for anything near our asking price. This Z28 looks great, runs awesome, and is particularly fun to drive to with the M21 close ratio 4-Speed. 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 as these F-Body's are appreciating fast and the market on them is red hot right now, especially for a 4-speed example.

Additionally, the 1970 to 1973 Camaros are by-far the most desirable and sought-after of the second generation body style. It would be almost impossible to find another 1973 Camaro with this many great options in such a great color, let alone one with such low original mileage and in such great original condition.

All of the highly desirable options of this Camaro, including that Z28 option, are verified as correct and were ordered new from the factory by the original window sticker pictured in this ad. This Camaro is well documented and comes with the original owner's manual, maintenance booklet with the original owner's name on it, 1973 consumer information booklet, 1973 GM maintenance schedule book, 1973 Chevrolet emission booklet, and the 1973 Chevrolet Accessory booklet. There are also a great number of receipts and records that go with the car. The receipts total over $3,000, but even more importantly many have the mileage recorded on them so they are another great verification of the low original mileage.

As a side note, this Z28 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.

Exterior

The Light Copper Metallic (60) exterior is in spectacular condition. As one can see in the photos, the paint has an excellent gloss, deep shine, and smooth glass-like finish. The previous owner told us that he just had an exceptionally high quality paintjob done to the car two years ago at a cost of over $8,000 and it still looks amazing. The chrome and other bright-work on the car looks great with a bright finish and no pitting. The original wheels are in excellent condition with a brilliant finish and no curb rash on the beauty rings. The tires are literally brand new with less than 20 miles on them. Often many Camaros will have particularly chipped up front ends; this car does not and even the low front spoiler is in great condition as one can see in the photos. As one can see in the many photos of the underside of the car is very clean underneath. We have included specific photos of the areas most prone to rust on a second generation Camaro to show how clean this car is.

The Camaro looks just as good in person as it does in the photos.

Window Date Codes

Please note that almost all of the glass on this Camaro is date coded and original as each piece predates the car's body build date of the fourth week of January 1973 (01D). Original glass is a good indication that this car has had no major accident history and never sustained significant damage.

Interior

The Black Vinyl (775) interior of the Z28 is in utterly splendid condition. The seats look just in person as they do in the photos with no split seams, tears, or excessive wear. The gauge faces are clean and crisp and the gauge lenses are crystal clear. The carpet is also in great condition with no stains, rips, or holes. This includes the rear carpet, which is often neglected. The door panels are in great condition with no cracks or splits and the door pulls are in tact. This Z28 still features its original AM/FM radio. Most importantly, the dash has never been cut of modified for an aftermarket installation. The dash and center console look great with no splits, sun fading, or cracks. The original package tray looks great with no warping, fading, or sun damage. This is one of the best original interiors we have ever seen in person in a second generation Camaro and is a true study of how these cars looked from the factory.

Camaro interiors are not known to wear well and the spectacular condition of this original interior is a huge testament to the meticulous care this car has received throughout it's life and another great verification of the very low original mileage.

The interior looks just as good in person as it does in the photos.

Mechanical

This Z28 is in excellent mechanical condition and it is ready to be enjoyed. The car starts right away every time, runs well, and idles smooth. This Camaro is an exceptional driver that feels great on the road and at highway speeds. In the video below one can observe the car accelerating on the highway up to about 70mph, shifting through all the gears, braking to stoplight, and going through some curves. Please note that there are no strange noises or vibrations and the car performs quite well overall. The brakes are responsive and do not pull to one side or the other. The close ratio 4-speed transmission shifts well, the shifter feels tight, and does not pop out of gear. The clutch feels good and operates smoothly. There is no blue smoke when starting or driving the car. It runs cool and does not overheat. This Camaro has plenty of power and is quite fast. Also, the engine compartment is beautifully clean and highly detailed as one can see in the photos.

Everything on this car works properly and it is ready to be driven and enjoyed. The horn works as do all the exterior lights, interior lights, wipers, the blower for the heater on all speeds, lighter, and even the glove box light still works along with other very detailed items such as the "Fasten Seat Belt" light when the car is fist started. All of the gauges work. Not enough can be said as to how much of a pleasure it is to drive this car, especially with 4-Speed manual transmission.

This Camaro runs and drives as well as it looks.

Overall Condition



Overall, this 1973 Z28 Camaro is in amazing condition. This car is particularly rare and extra desirable with the Muncie M21 close ratio 4-speed transmission, numbers matching driveline, and the beautiful Light Copper Metallic color scheme. Low mileage and original examples of the second generation Camaros are hard to find and draw a huge premium in the current market. Numbers matching and originality is extremely important in Camaro pricing and as one can see this car is very original and correct. Cars like this are the Barrett Jackson stars of the future.

The excellent condition, the extensive documentation, the very low original mileage, the desirable options, and the originality make this Z28 especially important and difficult to duplicate. This Camaro always gets a ton of attention driving down the road. It is very apparent that the vehicle has been well taken care of by its previous owners. The prices of second generation Camaros have increased drastically over the past years, especially for premium examples like this car. They are secure and wise investments for a collector. One could easily enjoy this vehicle for several years and sell it for more than the purchase price with minimal effort.

Other sellers are not taking the time to show the car is in such great detail to give you all of the numbers, options, photos, and video. As stated above, numbers matching is extremely important in Chevrolet pricing and will become even more important as time passes and this car becomes older and even more rare. This information is very valuable and important for pricing. Any perspective buyer, for any of our vehicles or from other sellers, should ask for all the numbers and information before he or she makes a purchase.

Thank you for looking and please do not hesitate to email or call with any questions.

item
number
description

VIN
1Q87T3N133752
The first digit "1" indicated the Chevrolet division of GM. The "Q" is the series, Camaro. The "87" is the body style, 2 door sport coupe. The fifth digit is the engine T, correct for a Z/28 Camaro. The sixth digit "3" indicates the model year, 1973. The "N" is the plant where the car was produced, Norwood. The last five digits are a sequence number so this is the 133,752nd Camaro made for 1973

Body Build Date
O1D
"01" is the first month of the year and "D" is the Forth Week, indicating that the body build date is the forth week of January, 1973.

Engine Code
V0119
"V" means the engine was build in the Flint, MI plant.  The "01" is the first month of year and the "19" is the nineteenth day of the month meaning the engine was assembled on January 19th, 1973.  This is correct as it precedes the build date of the car.

Suffix Code
CLJ
This means this motor is intended for a Z/28 Camaro with a 4 speed transmission, which is correct for this car

Engine VIN Stamping
133752
The last 6 digits of the car's VIN, 133752, are stamped on the engine pad and pictured below meaning this engine is original to this car.

Engine Block Casting Number
3970010
The engine block has a correct 3790010 casting number a small block 1973 Camaro.

Engine Block Casting Date
A 13 3
"A" is January, "13" is the thirteenth day of the month, and the "3" is the last digit of the calendar year so the engine block was cast on January 13th, 1973. Which is correct as it predates the assembly date of the engine.

Distributor
1112148
The distributor is original and correct for a 1973 camaro with a 1112148 stamping on the band

Distributor date code
3 A 2
"3" is the last digit of the calendar year, the "A" denotes January, and "2" is the second day of the month meaning the distributor was made on January 2nd, 1973.

Alternator
1100934
The alternator is original and correct with a 1100934 stamping

Alternator Date Code
3 A 20
The "3" is the last digit of the calendar year, the "A" is January, and the "20" is the twentyith day of the month meaning this alternator was made on January 20th, 1973, which is correct as it precedes the build date of the car.

Transmission Main Case Casting Number
3925661
The Transmission Main Case is correct with a 3925661 stamping

Transmission Tail Housing Casting Number
3978764
The Transmission Tail Housing is correct with a 3978764 stamping.

Transmission Side Cover Casting number
3952648
The Transmission Side Cover is correct with a 3952648 stamping

Transmission Date Code
P3A06B
The "P" indicates that this is a Muncie transmission. The "3" indicates the model year, 1973. The "A" is the first month of the year. The "06" is the sixth day of the month, and the "B" is the gear ratio. So this is a Muncie close ratio 4-speed transmission that was assembled on January 6th, 1973.

Transmission VIN Stamping
133752
The Transmission VIN stamping matches the last six numbers on the Camaro's VIN, indicating that it is original to the car.

Clutch Housing
3899621
The Clutch Housing is correct with a 3899621 stamping

Cylinder Head Left Casting Number
330545
The cylinder head casting number is correct for a 1973 Z/28 Camaro

Cylinder Head Left Casting Date
A 13 3
The "A" represents the first month of the year January, "13" is the thirteenth day of the month, and "3" is the year 1973. The cylinder head was casted on January 13th, 1973

Cylinder Head Right Casting Number
330545
The cylinder head casting number is correct for a 1973 Z/28 Camaro

Cylinder Head Right Casting Date
A 13 3
The "A" represents the first month of the year January, "13" is the thirteenth day of the month, and "3" is the year 1973. The cylinder head was casted on January 13th, 1973

Axle Center Section Casting Number
1235542B
This casting number is correct for a 1973 Z/28 Camaro

Axle Center Section Casting Date
A 16 3
The "A" represents the first month of the year January, "16" is the sixteenth day of the month, and "3" is the year 1973. The cylinder head was casted on January 16th, 1973

Rear Window
NU
The "N" is January and the "U" is 1973 so this window is original, made in January of 1973. This is correct as it predates the build date of the car.

Driver's Window
JY
The "J" is May and the "Y" is 1972 so this window is original, made in May of 1972. This is correct as it predates the build date of the car.

Passenger Window
GY
The "G" is April and the "Y" is 1972 so this window is original, made in April of 1972. This is correct as it predates the build date of the car.

Left Front Wheel Stamping
K-1-2 4 14 AU
"K" means the wheels are original Kelsey-Hayes as they should be, the "1" means they were made at the Romulus, MI Plant, and the "2" is the year, 1972. The "4" is the forth month of the year and the "14" Is the forteenth day of the month. This means the wheel was made on March 14th, 1972. "AU" is a code that was used on wheels intended for a 1973 Camaro

Right Front Wheel Stamping
K-1-2 6 8 AU
"K" means the wheels are original Kelsey-Hayes as they should be, the "1" means they were made at the Romulus, MI Plant, and the "2" is the year, 1972. The "6" is the sixth month of the year and the "8" Is the eigth day of the month. This means the wheel was made on June 8th, 1972. "AU" is a code that was used on wheels intended for a 1973 Camaro

Left Rear Wheel Stamping
K-1-2 5 6 AU
"K" means the wheels are original Kelsey-Hayes as they should be, the "1" means they were made at the Romulus, MI Plant, and the "2" is the year, 1972. The "5" is the fifth month of the year and the "6" Is the sixth day of the month. This means the wheel was made on May 6th, 1972. "AU" is a code that was used on wheels intended for a 1973 Camaro

Right Rear Wheel Stamping
K-1-2 4 20 AU
"K" means the wheels are original Kelsey-Hayes as they should be, the "1" means they were made at the Romulus, MI Plant, and the "2" is the year, 1972. The "4" is the forth month of the year and the "20" Is the twentyith day of the month. This means the wheel was made on April 20th, 1972. "AU" is a code that was used on wheels intended for a 1973 Camaro

exterior color code

60
Light Copper Metallic

interior color code

775
Black Vinyl

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

rpo code
description

1FQ87
Camaro Sport Coupe

A01
Soft ray tinted glass

C24
Hide-a-way windshield wipers

D34
Visor vanity mirror

D55
Console

D80
Front and rear spoiler

D88
Sport stripes

M21
4-Speed close ratio transmission

N40
Power steering

T60
Heavy duty battery

U69
Am/Fm push button radio

V01
Heavy duty radiator

ZJ9
Auxiliary lighting

Z28
Special performance package

Z54
Interior décor/quiet sound group

Engine

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
350ci

Body

Body Color
Light Copper Metallic (60)
Body Style
Coupe
Doors
2

Basic

Year
1973
Make
Chevrolet
Model
Camaro Z28
Miles
49,095

Interior

Interior Color
Black Vinyl (775)
exterior color code
60 Light Copper Metallic
interior color code
775 Black Vinyl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

rpo code description
1FQ87 Camaro Sport Coupe
A01 Soft ray tinted glass
C24 Hide-a-way windshield wipers
D34 Visor vanity mirror
D55 Console
D80 Front and rear spoiler
D88 Sport stripes
M21 4-Speed close ratio transmission
N40 Power steering
T60 Heavy duty battery
U69 Am/Fm push button radio
V01 Heavy duty radiator
ZJ9 Auxiliary lighting
Z28 Special performance package
Z54 Interior décor/quiet sound group
item number description
VIN 1Q87T3N133752 The first digit "1" indicated the Chevrolet division of GM. The "Q" is the series, Camaro. The "87" is the body style, 2 door sport coupe. The fifth digit is the engine T, correct for a Z/28 Camaro. The sixth digit "3" indicates the model year, 1973. The "N" is the plant where the car was produced, Norwood. The last five digits are a sequence number so this is the 133,752nd Camaro made for 1973
Body Build Date O1D "01" is the first month of the year and "D" is the Forth Week, indicating that the body build date is the forth week of January, 1973.
Engine Code V0119 "V" means the engine was build in the Flint, MI plant.  The "01" is the first month of year and the "19" is the nineteenth day of the month meaning the engine was assembled on January 19th, 1973.  This is correct as it precedes the build date of the car.
Suffix Code CLJ This means this motor is intended for a Z/28 Camaro with a 4 speed transmission, which is correct for this car
Engine VIN Stamping 133752 The last 6 digits of the car's VIN, 133752, are stamped on the engine pad and pictured below meaning this engine is original to this car.
Engine Block Casting Number 3970010 The engine block has a correct 3790010 casting number a small block 1973 Camaro.
Engine Block Casting Date A 13 3 "A" is January, "13" is the thirteenth day of the month, and the "3" is the last digit of the calendar year so the engine block was cast on January 13th, 1973. Which is correct as it predates the assembly date of the engine.
Distributor 1112148 The distributor is original and correct for a 1973 camaro with a 1112148 stamping on the band
Distributor date code 3 A 2 "3" is the last digit of the calendar year, the "A" denotes January, and "2" is the second day of the month meaning the distributor was made on January 2nd, 1973.
Alternator 1100934 The alternator is original and correct with a 1100934 stamping
Alternator Date Code 3 A 20 The "3" is the last digit of the calendar year, the "A" is January, and the "20" is the twentyith day of the month meaning this alternator was made on January 20th, 1973, which is correct as it precedes the build date of the car.
Transmission Main Case Casting Number 3925661 The Transmission Main Case is correct with a 3925661 stamping
Transmission Tail Housing Casting Number 3978764 The Transmission Tail Housing is correct with a 3978764 stamping.
Transmission Side Cover Casting number 3952648 The Transmission Side Cover is correct with a 3952648 stamping
Transmission Date Code P3A06B The "P" indicates that this is a Muncie transmission. The "3" indicates the model year, 1973. The "A" is the first month of the year. The "06" is the sixth day of the month, and the "B" is the gear ratio. So this is a Muncie close ratio 4-speed transmission that was assembled on January 6th, 1973.
Transmission VIN Stamping 133752 The Transmission VIN stamping matches the last six numbers on the Camaro's VIN, indicating that it is original to the car.
Clutch Housing 3899621 The Clutch Housing is correct with a 3899621 stamping
Cylinder Head Left Casting Number 330545 The cylinder head casting number is correct for a 1973 Z/28 Camaro
Cylinder Head Left Casting Date A 13 3 The "A" represents the first month of the year January, "13" is the thirteenth day of the month, and "3" is the year 1973. The cylinder head was casted on January 13th, 1973
Cylinder Head Right Casting Number 330545 The cylinder head casting number is correct for a 1973 Z/28 Camaro
Cylinder Head Right Casting Date A 13 3 The "A" represents the first month of the year January, "13" is the thirteenth day of the month, and "3" is the year 1973. The cylinder head was casted on January 13th, 1973
Axle Center Section Casting Number 1235542B This casting number is correct for a 1973 Z/28 Camaro
Axle Center Section Casting Date A 16 3 The "A" represents the first month of the year January, "16" is the sixteenth day of the month, and "3" is the year 1973. The cylinder head was casted on January 16th, 1973
Rear Window NU The "N" is January and the "U" is 1973 so this window is original, made in January of 1973. This is correct as it predates the build date of the car.
Driver's Window JY The "J" is May and the "Y" is 1972 so this window is original, made in May of 1972. This is correct as it predates the build date of the car.
Passenger Window GY The "G" is April and the "Y" is 1972 so this window is original, made in April of 1972. This is correct as it predates the build date of the car.
Left Front Wheel Stamping K-1-2 4 14 AU "K" means the wheels are original Kelsey-Hayes as they should be, the "1" means they were made at the Romulus, MI Plant, and the "2" is the year, 1972. The "4" is the forth month of the year and the "14" Is the forteenth day of the month. This means the wheel was made on March 14th, 1972. "AU" is a code that was used on wheels intended for a 1973 Camaro
Right Front Wheel Stamping K-1-2 6 8 AU "K" means the wheels are original Kelsey-Hayes as they should be, the "1" means they were made at the Romulus, MI Plant, and the "2" is the year, 1972. The "6" is the sixth month of the year and the "8" Is the eigth day of the month. This means the wheel was made on June 8th, 1972. "AU" is a code that was used on wheels intended for a 1973 Camaro
Left Rear Wheel Stamping K-1-2 5 6 AU "K" means the wheels are original Kelsey-Hayes as they should be, the "1" means they were made at the Romulus, MI Plant, and the "2" is the year, 1972. The "5" is the fifth month of the year and the "6" Is the sixth day of the month. This means the wheel was made on May 6th, 1972. "AU" is a code that was used on wheels intended for a 1973 Camaro
Right Rear Wheel Stamping K-1-2 4 20 AU "K" means the wheels are original Kelsey-Hayes as they should be, the "1" means they were made at the Romulus, MI Plant, and the "2" is the year, 1972. The "4" is the forth month of the year and the "20" Is the twentyith day of the month. This means the wheel was made on April 20th, 1972. "AU" is a code that was used on wheels intended for a 1973 Camaro
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