This 1977 Chevrolet Camaro has a cool/classic style, a great cruiser attitude, and a price that lets you personalize it even further to be your ideal vintage coupe. The story we are told is that its coming off of 27 years of long-term ownership. There was some of that time when it was just off the road and hidden away in a garage. So you have less use, proper storage, and a hint of a barn find story. Best of all, there were solid investments within the last year to resurrect it correctly. So there was a careful eye on this car. The body panels are nice, and the clean glass and all the seals look well-maintained. This was even the last of the steel bumper cars, which look good as they contour the cars form. The trim tag says Dark Blue is the correct color. It was treated to a respray about 30 years ago, and the gloss looks right for the age. It makes for a proper driver-quality package, which seems correct because you should want to cruise a car like this on a whim. And part of being a driver means the right added flair. So this has some Z/28-style appeal with the upgraded three-piece rear spoiler, Rally wheels with spinner center car, and white racing stripes painted over the top. The black interior is a pleasant space for a proper classic cruiser. The fundamentals like upholstery, carpeting, dash, and headliner are dark and clean. There are also nice details like a working dome light, and new spatter paint in the trunk. It makes for the right atmosphere to appreciate a good drivers car. The high-back bucket seats, center console, sport steering wheel, and clear gauges are all about giving you a good command position. Under the hood is an updated 350 cubic-inch motor package. The V8 is a strong runner that inhales with a four-barrel carburetor, and it makes a nice tune out of the factory-style dual exhaust tips. Plus, part of the cars resurrection means some key investment within the last few months. This includes a newer battery, new belts, replaced wheel cylinders, new master cylinder components, and new front calipers from the disc brakes. These newer components make it feel better on the road, so we are adamant about calling this Camaro a cruiser. And there are also good driving features like power steering, brakes, and a recently replaced three-speed automatic transmission. Currently, on a salvage title, this sharp Camaro loves to show off its distinct and sporty style. The value price leaves room for improvements if you want to restore the A/C or add a modern stereo for an even better cruiser. Or maybe you want to take this to the extreme and use this cruiser as a soil base to build your wicked street machine dreams. Thats level of appeal you get when this Camaro offers fun driving on day one and a price that leaves room in your budget to dream big. Call now!