LMC is proud to offer for sale this 1973 Camaro LT
By 1973, the muscle-car era was drawing to a close. Several factors, including spiking insurance costs, the newly-mandated use of low-octane, unleaded gasoline, new emissions regulations, and an oil embargo, all contributed. Nonetheless, General Motors in particular was determined to end on a high note. 1973 represents a significant year in Camaro history for a few reasons. First, this was the last year of the second-generation Camaro to not come equipped with awkward, bulky, heavy safety bumpers.
This example is equipped with a split front bumper and tasteful chrome rear bumper that coordinate well with Dark Red Metallic paint. This beautiful Camaro is also fitted with the Type LT package, new for 1973, giving it a well-appointed interior, with textured vinyl seats and various wood appointments throughout the interior. A bold “Type LT” badge adorns the steering wheel as well. It’s powered by a great running 350 crate engine, dressed as an LT-1 with appropriate air cleaner and valve covers, mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. This Camaro runs and drives exceptionally well. It goes, turns, and stops very nicely without any delays.
Moving on from 1973, we find that this Camaro is perfectly equipped for long summer drives with the addition of a Vintage Air A/C system and a modern stereo unit that far outclasses the original AM radio. This is a great car for any enthusiast looking for a comfortable and great driving muscle car!