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This 1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS has a ton of original charm, and there was a ton invested over the last few years to keep it that way. So dig into all the details from the authentic V8 to the A/C interior and you'll see that this coupe has true distinction.
Classic Copper was an ideal factory paint name for this car. Little did they know when this left the factory that it would still shine so nicely today. Yes, that's right... it's believed to still be the original application. And the amount of luster it retains nearly 50 years later is proof of how well respected this coupe has been. Of course you can also understand why. The early second-gen Camaros looked great from day one, and this has the iconic split bumper front end of the Rally Sport model. Plus, you're looking at a car that has been in the same family all its life, so it's been treated with the right care. In the last few years there was over $22k invested in this car. This includes a new vinyl top, because after all, even with good care they were not intended to last this long. Plus, the pristine white roof goes excellently with the pinstripe. And you're really going to love the originality in the details, like the factory wheel covers, original owner's initials in the pinstripe, and the original dealer's name badge on the back.
The sandalwood interior and tan carpeting have a nice tone against the exterior copper and white. And the wood-like accents are a great classic touch. So it's great to have such a highly original interior. More than just look nice, this was built to be a driver. That's why you have center console with horseshoe shifter and an instrument cluster built around you. Plus, there are great upgrades like an AM/FM stereo (original AM radio comes with the sale,) and the air conditioning is now running modern R134a.
The maintenance record shows plenty of upkeep which has this engine bay looking tidy, and it's also unmistakable authentic right down to the factory decals still on display. So it's hard to believe this is anything but the original powerplant. Chevy's 350 cubic-inch V8 is a mighty motor, and this one fires up with confidence. Plus, it has an even better soundtrack thanks to an upgrade to dual exhaust in 2016. And it's easy to show off this actual miles coupe everywhere thanks to easy driving features, like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
A carefully maintained family member like this also comes with the right paperwork, including the original bill of sale, warranty card, title documentation, owner's manual, and maintenance records. So if you're ready to continue the legacy of this distinct Camaro, call today!
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