Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Not only does this 1970 Chevrolet Camaro have the desirable Z/28 and Rally Sport look, but also there's been an investment in upgrades like the bold paint and performance V8 under the hood. So read on about this custom coupe that checks all the right boxes for performance and distinction.
There's serious power in this Camaro, and so only an upgrade to Hugger Orange would do. After all, it's a vibrant color reserved for the fiercest Chevys. And this one is a professional application worthy of all the attention it grabs. But more than just excellent paintwork, the iconic white SS stripes help accent the extra-large cowl induction hood and spoiler that runs end-to-end over the rear. This has some of the right signs to be a real Z/28, but it has not been confirmed at this time. The coupe was given plenty of attention, and the way the doors line up and how they close with authority reaffirm this quality. This is one complete, and aggressive, package that is certainly helped by the chin spoiler up front, as well as the Rally Sport dual front split bumpers that makes way for Z/28'slarge blacked-out grille. A great finishing touch is the staggered size of the Ridler alloys that announce this coupe is both custom and intimidating.
The black interior looks great against the exterior orange. As you get closer, you can really see they invested in the door panels, seats, carpeting, and other components to keep it looking and feeling fresh. You want this to be a true driver's machine, and so you have classic elements like the bucket seats, center console, and horseshoe shifter. This is joined by nice upgrades like the auxiliary gauge trio and a banjo-style sports steering wheel.
The engine bay has the kind of crisp and bright presentation that instantly lets you know they invested in power. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8. So you get big block displacement in a small block weight. It has all the right pieces like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Victor Jr intake, an aluminum radiator, and likely an Eagle bottom end. Plus, the long tube headers add even more power while feeding a dual exhaust that rumbles with serious power. The stout Th400 three-speed automatic transmission knows how to get its power to the road. Plus, there's a refreshed front end, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the grip of modern performance tires.
This one has the right looks, power, and poise to be the centerpiece of your garage. Don't miss this growling Camaro. Call today!!!
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