A Super Car is defined in part as a car that manufacturers would not dare build, as regular production vehicles.
Offered is a Real Deal NicKey Super Camaro.
This is one of just two, second generation, documented NicKey big block Super Car Conversions known to exist.
The original owner special ordered the car directly from NicKey Chevrolet. He was even flown into the heart of Chicago so that he could drive his new super car home, just as NicKey advertised.
Certificate of Authenticity and Verification from The NicKey Registry
Pictures of Don Swaitek with the car ( was head of NicKey’s Hi-Performance Dept. )
Copy of original NicKey work order
Copy of original New Car Invoice
Copy of original title
Copy of Newspaper clippings/etc.
Original owner affidavit (he is alive and well )
Dealer in CA. affidavit
Vintage racing pictures
Copy of World Record Holder Certificate ( 6-23-1974 / 8.12 seconds in the 1/8 mile )
Drag news article
Copy of original literature used to order this 1973 NicKey Supercar
Copy of Japanese title and all export documentation
The original owner ordered this special Camaro on March 23rd 1973 from NicKey Chevrolet in Chicago and checked off the list of ”goodies.”
The Car was delivered to NicKey on April 18th 1973 and it was built to race. Its Best 1/4 mile time was an ET of 10.52 at 129 mph.
Never cut up or modified. Beautiful Midnight Green paint with Neutral Interior. One of three Stages NicKey offered for it’s Supercars. This one is the big dog, a documented Stage III. This Camaro retains original sheet metal, minus a rear quarter section, NicKey LS-6 454/450 hp engine, original Rocket racing wheels, original traction bars, original Lear Jet AM/FM 8-track stereo, and rear end. The original owner won a points championship in 1985 and part of his winnings was a 4-speed transmission, which is currently in car.
He eventually put the car up for sale in ’Drag News’ and soon sold the car with only 8500 miles, to a California dealer in 1990. It was immediately exported to Japan where the second owner had it for over 20 years.
The car was located and brought back to United States in August 2010.
It is in original rust free condition with a recent repaint and interior work.
It is one of the very best documented examples of the NicKey Marque!