Referred to as "A Driver's Car," the 1971 Camaro offers unbridled output capabilities, stellar interior features, and an iconic body style that is ideal for anyone interested in owning one of the most popular pony cars in the history of muscle motoring. The 1971 Chevrolet Camaro is similar to the 1970 version that initiated the second generation of Camaros. The 1971 model has some different interior features, such as high-back Strato bucket seats with built-in headrests, but its most interesting features are under the hood. The engine options are very powerful but have less horsepower than earlier models. Compression ratios for 1971 engines are lower due to GM's switch to creating engines that run on unleaded gasoline. Certain engine types, particularly the 250 ci 6, 307 ci V8, and two-barrel 350 V8, are identical to previous model years, but the change affects the 1971 Camaro Z28, where the 350 V8 and ci engines have noticeably lower outputs and lower horsepower of 330 to 360 for the 350 V8 and 275 for the 350 ci. You can find the 1971 Camaro along with various parts and accessories among the vast inventory on eBay.