Here is an amazing example of a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. This car
is a clone z28 but was done very well. Although, this is a real
split bumper Rally Sport Camaro. The paint on the outside was
refinished in its original Hugger Orange paint with black stripes
on the hood. The wheels are original gray mag wheels. Under the
hood of this car is 350 ci with a nice lumpy cam. The engine was
replaced at some point with what looks to be a 1971 350. Matted to
all of that power is a 350 TH automatic transmission. Under the
hood is finished with a OEM valve covers, air cleaner, and even
exhaust manifolds that make it look like it just came from the
showroom floor. This Camaro is equipped with both power steering
and power brakes that makes it an ease to drive on summer nights.
Inside the seats seem to be the original standard black front and
rear seat. The gauge cluster was replaced with another OEM cluster.
There was a newer style radio that was installed in this car.
1970 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Webster, South Dakota
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