Let’s face it, the Chevrolet Camaro’s built in the late 1970’s didn’t break any new ground as far as performance numbers went. They were big, heavy and came equipped with V8’s that were so choked by smog equipment that you had to ask yourself why GM actually released them in the first place. From a styling perspective I’m actually a bit sweet on these. A long raked hood, short deck-lid with duck-tail spoiler and orange metallic paint helped give the Camaro some high-style. Offered on eBay right now is this fully restored 1977 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 that, according to the seller has completed just 13,000 miles since new. This Z/28 came highly optioned with an automatic transmission, 350 cubic-inch V8, A/C, power windows and door locks, cruise control and an AM/FM stereo. In short, you’d be hard pressed to find one better so click through for more pics or check out the ad below.