1981 Camaro Berlinetta for sale in Toronto

Ad going in Auto Trader tomorrow.... 1981 Camaro Berlinetta, 267V8, auto, pw, T-roofs, no air, matching numbers, certified, 254kms, one mature owner since 1986, Rust Checked,
maintenance records, excellent interior (blue), painted in 2002, new rad, new weatherstripping & many other rubber parts, shop manuals, spare parts, must see, $3,500 or best offer.
More details…. Car came from BC in 1985, I have owned since 1986. Drivetrain is all original…engine, trans, rear end Body painted in 2002 (not original color…original was GM code 11, now code 10) Interior…new sunvisors, headliner, front seat upholstery, carpets, rear side panels and package shelf refinished. Rear window tinted. Block heater (don’t know if it works…never used it, never had to) New door, T-roof, and trunk weatherstripping plus door and trunk rubber bumpers. New rad and lower rad hose in March 2004 (replaced original rad) Clock converted to quartz movement Halogen backup bulbs Rust Checked every year Oil changed twice a year, in spring and fall…I average 10,000km/year so approx every 5,000km. Transmission oil changed every 80,000km Battery was new in 2003 At a steady 90km/hr, I have obtained 29.6 mpg
Also includes… Factory shop manual (actually for 1981 Buick Century but in 1981 the Century used the same small V8 as the Camaro and most other mechanical elements were the same), Fisher body manual, Classic Industries catalog (have just about everything for a 1981). Rubber parts for underhood Heat stove on exhaust manifold comes in two pieces…one installed the other included. Tool for removing window molding Two spare headlight bulbs plus several other bulbs. Three valve cover gaskets. Most emblems. Spare engine belts (used). Original T-roof pouches for storing in trunk.
What doesn’t work… Only 4 or so heating elements in rear window are working Radio AM and cassette, FM works fine (original radio)
snipped-for-privacy@rogers.com Located in Finch - Don Mills area.
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