1970 Camaro SS. Not a trailer queen. But that makes it a nice daily
driver. Not the original 350 engine (out of 78-80 gm k2500). New
radiator, water pump, fuel pump, hoses, belts, and Eldelbrock
carb.. HEI ignition. Starts and runs excellent. Original turbo 350
transmission. Both have been recently rebuilt. Transmission updated
with a quick shift. Engine has mild cam, not very fast, but sounds
great with dual exhaust and glass packs. Fun to drive and gets a
lot of attention. Original 3.01 posi trac differential. All numbers
match. New rear suspension leafs, shackles, sway bar, and links.
New brakes, drums and hoses. Disc on front. Steering and front
suspension good condition. Tires are dated, but are in good
condition, lots of tread. Interior clean. Vinyl top is pristine.
Good chrome. Solid frame, pans and trunk. New front inner fenders.
Car appears to have been restored some years back. Do not know
history. Would make and not take much to restore it to its full
glory. Radio, right interior door lock mechanism, slight tear in
headliner and left seat cover, fuel gauge does not read correctly
and paint is fair. Missing or worn various small interior pieces.
Weak hood springs. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is
at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a
showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1970 Chevrolet Camaro
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