$$$$ - SOLD - $$$$$ 1970 saw the introduction of the all new Second Generation Camaro. The 1st generation Camaro (1967 - 1969) was seen as a hasty response to the Ford Mustang. It was considered a compromise by some critics but with the 1970 Camaro, there would be no compromises. Due to production delays the 1970 Camaro was introduced in February of 1970, half way into the production year. Because of this, some people call the 1970 Camaro a 1970 1/2, but officially the car is a 1970 model year Camaro. Good things come to those who wait, and this car was met with rave reviews from nearly everyone. Chevrolet had a winner. This beautiful 1970 Camaro Z-28 is powered by Tuned-Port Injected 350CID engine twisting into a smooth shifting 4-speed manual transmission. It is equipped with power disc brakes and performance. The 3" Cowl Hood helps it scream "Bad A$$". The Pewter paint shines like a new penny and you'd be hard press to find another Z that stands out as well as this one. Its appearance earned it front cover positioning in Hot Rodder magazine. Owner seeks the fair price of $42.5. No trades are sought or considered. Car located in N. Wilkesboro NC. Inspections are welcomed and encouraged but by appointment only by serious qualified prospects. Unless otherwise noted, ALL deposits are non-refundable. Give careful consideration to providing such funds prior to purchase consideration. ******************DISCLAIMER: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY************************************** All vehicles presented on SelectClassicCars.com are done so as a marketing venue for private owners and select classic car dealers from around the United States. While SelectClassicCars.com attempts to provide accurate descriptions of vehicles presented, all information is provided by the seller. NO PHOTOGRAPH, DESCRIPTION OR OPINION BY ANOTHER CAN ADEQUATELY CAPTURE AND CONVEY THE TRUE ESSENCE AND CONDITION OF A CAR. IT'S YOUR MONEY - VIEW IT YOURSELF. Every classic car offered on SelectClassicCars.com is done so as a marketing venue for the owner/seller and the process of selling the car remains the responsibility of the owner to include but not limited to price negotiations, accommodations for inspection/transportation, providing additional information, and other pertinent information and documentations necessary to make a purchase decision. SelectClassicCars.com strongly encourages inspections before considering a purchase. SelectClassicCars.com assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, conditions, functionality, road worthiness, location of, market value, or other issues related to the purchase of autos presented. Give careful consideration to purchasing ANY car of the ages in which these classics have reached. Unless otherwise noted, all cars are sold "AS IS" with no warranty expressed or implied. Use of SelectClassicCars.com constitutes your knowledge, awareness, understanding and acceptance of this disclaimer.
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