Not a Z28 but a V8-powered, four-speed 1977 Camaro Type LT

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The Z28 made its glorious return for 1977, but it wasn’t the only item on that year’s Camaro menu. The Type LT remained a popular option and easily outsold that year’s Z28: nearly 73,000 units to not quite 14,500.

The Type LT added a bit of style to the base Camaro: Rally wheels, brushed aluminum rear panel, dual horns, upgraded gauges and some extra trim.

Then you could then order the 170-horsepower, 350-cubic-inch V8 and wide-ratio, four-speed manual box. (The Z28 received the 185-horsepower V8; 49-state customers could pair it with a close-ratio four-speed.)

This 1977 Chevy Camaro, offered via eBay, seems to be one of those Type LT cars fitted with the V8 and four-speed box. And it looks good in Buckskin.

(Side note: Good, early Camaro info can be found at Nasty Z28, while you can get all the specs at the GM Heritage Center site.)

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