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This 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 tribute has been given all the right investments to have a great color combo, the right iconic pieces, and serious small block power. So dig into the details, because this is a stunner.
You're going to love taking this coupe out in the sunshine, and the paint is a big reason why. It was restored with an eye for style, and so while the color is akin to the 1970-correct Mulsanne Blue, there is a deep luster that comes from a modern clearcoat and a professional hand applying it. Great paint also highlights great body panels, so you really get to show this Camaro off with pride. This tribute has some great Z/28 details, like the deep front air dam, full-width rear spoiler, full badging, and cool updated Rally wheel package. And the iconic Rally Sport split-bumper upgrade gives you a large dark grille that coordinates nicely with the crisp black vinyl roof.
We love it when the roof color is also a preview of the interior, and that's especially true of the dark side shown on this muscle machine. Just like the exterior, you can tell they spent time and money on the detail work here. So you not only get taut seat covers and plush carpeting, but also you'll love how the trim is bright and even the switches look nice. Plus, it has a great vintage feeling with plenty of wood-like trim and even the AM radio is still on display. This Camaro is meant to be a true driver's machine, and that's why you have bucket seats, a center console, iconic horseshoe shifter, and a dash formed around you.
With all the investments in the interior and exterior, you better believe they made sure it's show-worthy under the hood, too. The bright orange block, polished ribbed valve covers, and air topper with callout all radiate from within this dark and tidy engine bay. In fact, the closer you get, the more like-new this whole arear looks right down to the bolts! And more than just look terrific, this has terrific power. The 350 cubic-inch V8 has been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, and Dynatech long tube headers. So this motor fires up easily and gives a growl out of the dual exhaust that's hypnotic. And as you look at the undercarriage photos, it instantly reminds you of how fresh this whole build is. But even as clean as it is, you're still going to want to add miles to the odometer. After all, with a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes, this classic Camaro is ready to enjoy on the open road.
Slick and strong, this is the well-done Z/28 tribute you've been waiting for. So don't let it slip away, call today!
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