Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS is a real-deal Z-car that has less than 2k miles on it since completing its restoration. It's a complete and detail-oriented package. So, not only do you get great classic elements, like the RS front end and four-on-the-floor, but you'll also see outstanding upgrades, like four-wheel disc brakes and the fuel-injected V8 heart.
The trim tag on this one tells you a lot. It signals that you're looking at a real-deal Z/28, and that it's finished in its factory-correct Classic Copper paint. It a quality application where you can see they took the extra time on the details. Great-looking bumpers, bright trim, and fresh new weatherstripping all-around lets you know there was a recent restoration. And only Z-cars get to correctly wear the dual racing stripes. These have been laid down before the clearcoat so that you get a nice shine that rolls evenly across the straight body panels. As a real-deal Z/28 there are more sporty elements, like the deep chin spoiler, full-width rear spoiler, correct badging, and the 15-inch Mag-style wheels. Plus, we all love the aggressive look of the Rally Sport's dual front split bumpers, and this carries the right equipment to believe it was born an RS coupe.
You're again remind of the restoration investment the moment you open the door. You can tell there was big money spent here to keep this crisp, dark, and fresh all without straying from the vintage setup. The coordination of black on the seats, carpeting, door panels, headliner, and dash really help with this Z's menacing attitude, but it's far from the whole story. You'll also appreciate the time capsule quality that comes from the details like RS dual-spoke steering wheel and the correct 1970-only low-back bucket seats. They even give the trunk the factory-style decals and correct splatter paint. When there are upgrades, they are well-integrated. For example, the radio looks like a factory unit at first glance, but it's really a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with aux input for your modern music players. And the full instruments with correct Z/28 tach go great with the Hurst shifter.
At first glance under the hood, this motor may look stock with its correct air topper, ribbed valve covers, and correct decals. But as you dig just a little deeper, you see a fresh performance crate V8. This has a mild cam, Summit aluminum intake, and topped with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system. There are even terrific supporting components, like the upgraded pulleys, an Optima red top battery, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fans. This one fires up eagerly as headers make sweet sound out of the H-pipe Flowmaster dual exhaust. The four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the motor, and this feeds a 12-bolt Positraction rear end. The freshness of the full build continues as you look at the undercarriage photos. There you'll also spot more great upgrades like QA1 coliovers and thick sway bars front & rear. Plus, you have meaty Mickey Thompson tires, power steering, and upgraded four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with owner's manual, service manuals, and build Receipts, this is the well-done Z/28 that elevates the classic muscle car feeling. Don't miss this slick and speedy Camaro. Call today!!!
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