Considered by many to be the most desirable second generation Camaro is this numbers matching 1970 Z/28 with the high horsepower, high revving 360HP LT 1 engine coupled with the Muncie 4-speed. Originally a gold car with black stripes, a previous owner meticulously painted this car in vibrant Hugger Orange with Bright White rally stripes you see here. There is no evidence of the factory gold paint. It has the split bumper conversion to add even more aggressiveness to it coupled with the factory rear spoiler. The original single piece bumper comes with the car. All sheet metal is solid and appears free of rust. The car rides on upgraded 17" torque style thrust aluminum wheels wrapped in very new beefy tires.
The increased rarity of this car is highlighted by the original numbers matching drivetrain. Checkout the engine bay that houses the famous 360HP/350CI high revving LT 1 engine with original numbers matching aluminum intake. That engine is mated to the 4-Speed Muncie M22 transmission driving the 12 bolt Posi rear end with sway bar. The car has power steering and power brakes.
The black interior retains most of the original parts and petina. Fronts seats, rug and rear arm supports appear to of have been replaced. The car has front bucket seats and center console. Exclusive to the Z/28, it also has the floor mounted gas pedal and 8,000RPM tachometer. There is a small 3/4 inch tear in the rear seat, worn front door armrests and gas gauge needs to be repaired if desired. All lights, horn and wipers work. The car is believed to have 133,xxx miles on it.
Numbers matching motor V0203VTB 360HP LT 1
Numbers matching aluminum intake 3972110
Muncie 4-Speed M22 casting number 3925661
12 Bolt rear end with sway bar
Aluminum lower control arm bump stop spacers
Floor mounted gas pedal
Previous Arizona car
Built in Van Nuys California
1 of originally 8733 ( how many numbers matching ones are left???)
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