I have a 1971 Chevrolet Camaro project. I have come to terms that I am no longer interested in completing this project. It started with a running and driving Georgia car with minor rust at the beginning of this year. I had Graverobbers in Cumming GA replace/repair the sheet metal. They replaced the roof skin, complete floor pan, trunk pan, rear tail panel, both rear quarter panels and both door skins. The work was completed within 8 weeks and cost 10,200. The engine and trans are back in the car but not hooked up. The last 5 pictures are from 2 years ago and you.can see the car was not in that bad of shape. I was planning on making a perfectly solid car with an ls swap. If the car doesn't sell, I will continue down that path. Really selling so I can pay off my wife's 4runner and we have baby number 4 on the way. I still have the seats, dash, HVAC, bumpers, glass etc. I would replace both front fenders and then it's ready for paint. I do have a GA title for it. I also had it inspected by a police officer and it passed. Please email for more info. Thanks for looking.

Used Year: 1971
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 124871N589930 Mileage: 0
Make: Chevrolet Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Camaro Vehicle Title: Clear

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