1970 Camaro Z-2/8
A rare opportunity, selling from my private collection, a highly sought after 1970 Z-2/8 Camaro.
This beautiful Camaro is a complete rotisserie, frame off restoration.
The body and paint are very impressive, the citrus green is extremely shiny, the lines are straight as an arrow,. The heater box had been removed and the firewall has been smoothed and painted Citrus green as well. Under body same as exterior with same attention. Extreme detail has been given to body gaps to make them blend in flawlessly.
Everything on this Camaro has been either replaced, upgraded or repaired.
The transmission has been upgraded to a TKO 600 five speed with a 1gear 2.87 and .64 OD. Installed vintage AC / heating and an upgraded radio with AM/FM Bluetooth capabilities.
This Camaro is designed to be driven with a Chevrolet 383 stroker with aluminum fast burn cylinder heads and 12 bolt rear end giving you plenty of power and the dependability of modern technology.
The interior with its 723 code of dark green is in excellent shape with seats completely rebuild and reupholstered; they look and feel like new.
This babied Camaro has barely over 2000 miles on it since its complete restoration. When you open the doors they pop open smoothly and close beautifully.
The trunk is completely detailed. The black stripes are squared off perfectly.
The detailing throughout this Camaro is something you would typically find only on a trailer queen.
You can own this car for just a fraction of what it may cost you to build on your own.
Please email me with any questions about this Camaro, I would be more than happy to talk to you.
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