Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
Awesome colors, the right upgrades, and a recently rebuilt small block make this 1970 Chevrolet Camaro quite an attractive total package.
Hugger Orange is always a way to make sure you have a bold first impression. And this has the gloss that lets you know someone cared how this coupe looked in the sunshine. Plus, the black racing stripes painted on top make for a terrific contrast. Overall, this is a great mix of sophistication and aggressiveness. The front air dam, full-width rear spoiler, and upgraded 17-inch wheels add plenty of speedy style. This is joined by the more upper-class look on the bright chrome bumpers, newer headlight bezels, and correct trim package to give you true all-American brightwork.
The interior is the right mix of stock components and worthwhile upgrades. For example, you have stock-style bucket seats with wide headrests and now there are also comfy velour inserts. The doors, carpeting, and dash all have the look and feel of quality. The factory AM radio is on display for vintage lovers, but the real driving music comes from an AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with iPod input hidden in the glovebox. So you have a classic style but the best in modern driving tunes. Other upgrades are a little more noticeable, like the triple auxiliary gauge panel, mounted fire extinguisher, and cool/classic Moon horizontal tach mounted centrally on the steering column.
The dark and tidy engine bay really funnels your attention to the bold orange block in the middle. And the reason why everything looks so fresh here is because the 350 cubic-inch motor was rebuilt only weeks ago! It goes for a very stock style look everywhere on top from the orange valve covers to the Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor. But the addition of long tube headers gives this V8 just the right added hint of power and growl. There are some nice upgrades for sharp driving, including a Hotchkis TVS suspension kit with sway bars front and rear, Hotchkis HPS 1000 shocks (front & rear), and Riken Raptor performance tires. Add in the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes with front discs, and this is a bold Camaro that's also a solid driver.
Complete with build receipts and maintenance records, this is the sharp-looking and sharp-handling Camaro you've been waiting for. Call today!!!
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