We’ll Take It All: 1983 Chevrolet Camaro, Trailer, and Gear Too?


We’ll Take It All: 1983 Chevrolet Camaro, Trailer, and Gear Too?

Are the holiday sales finally over? Can I quit hearing about the chances of scoring a great deal every time I turn on the TV or the radio? Every holiday, I get shopping burnout. Sales here, there and everywhere, must act fast, must spend money. I hate that crap. I like saving money, don’t get me wrong. But I hate having to juggle timeframes and locations and all of that BS in order to save a few bucks. My wife loves that stuff. She sees it as a way of getting one over on the stores…I think. She is always quick to offset my bitching about sale after sale with how she got such a bargain, how getting all of this stuff together saved money in the long run. Normally, this is the part where I sit in the parking lot in the car as she finishes the shopping up.

Not today. You see, I found a deal. A hell of a deal, it seems. The main target is the beautifully built 1983 Chevrolet Camaro. Filled with an angry 421ci small-block based on a 1970 mill and filled with lots of goodies, a Powerglide, a 5.14-equipped Moser 9-inch with Strange axles and Mark Williams yokes, and tons of other parts that combine into a knockout Pro Street build, the F-body comes off looking classy, classic, and clean. We dig all of that. Packing in about 700 horsepower and bragging a 5.8 1/8th mile time, it’s got some steam to it. The car alone would be a score.

But, cue Billy Mays, because wait, there’s more! Not only do you get this Camaro, you will get a 2016 Continental Cargo 28′ trailer, and all of the gear inside of it too, including the helmet, fire suit, drum of C14 fuel, a tent, the full history of the Camaro, the full parts list, paint codes, reciepts…every last thing comes with the car.

Buying a used car of any kind can be a gamble. What do you have to lose here? Nothing.

eBay Link: 1983 Chevrolet Camaro…and so much more!


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5 thoughts on “We’ll Take It All: 1983 Chevrolet Camaro, Trailer, and Gear Too?

  1. Matt Cramer

    Quite a find – a nice clean build with show car looks AND sorted well enough to crank off a pass down the track.

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  2. Piston Pete

    I’m not too hip to e-bay shopping, the only thing I’ve ever bought was an out of print Old and In the Way cd. It’ll get interesting once the reserve is met and the players emerge. Current bid wouldn’t cover the trailer. I’m guessing reserve is $75,000, that appears to be a very nice car.
    As to the wife shopping (anyone’s wife), getting a bargain is one thing but to actually SAVE money is to have more in the account at the end of the day than the beginning. Getting a bargain is not the same as saving money.

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  3. Nitromike66

    How do you know it’s a deal? It says “reserve not met”…if his reserve is $50,000 it isn’t a deal.

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