1971 Chevrolet Camaro RS Pro-Touring


‘Red Hills Rods & Classics’ is very happy to offer you this beautiful 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Touring Custom, finished in its factory original shade of Ascot Blue (Code 24). Originally a six-figure build, this custom Split-Bumper Camaro was built to drive and enjoy, and has been driven just over 8,000 miles since its completion. It now sits on our showroom floor here in Saint George, Utah, and is ready for a brand new owner to get behind the wheel.

All of the original body panels line up beautifully, and the Ascot Blue paint w/ Silver stripes has a bright, shiny appearance throughout. There are a few very small blemishes here & there that can only be seen up close, but they do not distract whatsoever from the overall beauty of the car. All of the chrome & stainless steel trim is in very good condition as well. She has a perfect stance, and sits on Budnik G10 wheels (19” on the rear and 18” up front), wrapped w/ Michelin Pilot Super Sport low-profile radial tires (275/35/ZR19 on the rear and 265/35/ZR18 up front).

Open the driver’s door, and you will find a beautiful custom black leather bucket-seat interior featuring: full console w/ compartment, cup holders, and Lokar automatic shifter, black leather dash, matte black dash insert w/ full set of Auto Meter gauges, power windows, Vintage AC, complete new wiring throughout, removable roll-cage, full harness seat belts & additional 3-point lap belt, wrapped Grant steering wheel, Kenwood sound system w/ (5) speakers, new Optima battery new in trunk, and on and on. The fully-adjustable bucket-seats are super comfortable w/ an authentic race-car feel. Please look closely at the interior photos to see how beautifully everything is laid out.

Powering this beautiful ’71 Camaro is a Chevrolet Performance LS3 crate motor including a Stage 2 camshaft w/ approximately 550hp. Drivetrain features include: Holley 6-Quart oil pan, Ron Davis aluminum radiator, GM 4L70E automatic transmission w/ .070.1 overdrive, 5-pinion gears, Detroit Speed 9” Ford rear w/ limited-slip differential (3.50 gears – 2.40 in high gear), 33-spline axles, heat-treated stator shaft splines, hardened turbine shaft, 7-plate clutch, Compushift transmission controller w/ lockout feature, 2800 stall-converter, and Wilwood disc-brakes w/ 14” rotors (6-piston up front / 4-piston in rear). She fires right up w/ the flick of the wrist, settling into a nice smooth idle, and she runs drives & performs beautifully! This Camaro is an absolute blast to drive and gets a ton of attention anywhere she goes.

The 1971 Camaro RS split-bumper design continues to be an extremely popular body style, and is sought out by Chevrolet enthusiasts nationwide. If you have been searching for a vintage muscle car that can win awards at your local car shows, but can also be driven and enjoyed to the fullest, you will want to take a very close look at this beautiful 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Pro-Touring Custom.