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1970 Chevrolet Camaro
In the automotive world whispers started popping up in 1965 in regards to code name \"Panther\". This would ultimately turn out to be Chevrolet\'s competitor to the now released Mustang. The Camaro first entered the scene in 1967 and proved to be a popular entry into the muscle car world. There were 4 distinct generations before they were discontinued in 2002. That would be short lived though as the Camaro was reintroduced in 2009 when the retro styled muscle cars exploded in popularity. This 1970 Camaro was the first year for the 2nd generation and was a completely new car. Due to the experience received from racing the 1st gen car Chevrolet Engineers were able to incorporate a bunch of improvements to the chassis as well as braking and handling. The completely redesign bodies incorporated a fastback roofline, wider doors, no quarter windows and a new roof construction for better rollover protection. This car has been completely restored from top to bottom and is in excellent condition. The body is all solid and painted in a very nice Orange paint with dual White racing stripes that run from the nose to the rear deck spoiler. The unique grill design looks great and the split front bumpers nicely chromed. It also has a Black chin spoiler which is in good condition as well. The glass is in good condition throughout and is tinted. The 18 inch Gray American Racing wheels look great on the car and are wrapped with Sumitomo tires.
Under the hood is a nicely built 355 V8 motor that runs great. Everything is very clean under the hood with things like the inner fenders and firewall all being nicely painted to match the body. The undercarriage is no different. The motor is fitted with polished valve covers, a chrome air cleaner, Edelbrock intake and 4 barrel carburetor. It also has all options with power brakes, power steering, and AC making it a comfortable car to cruise around in. It has an aftermarket aluminum radiator under a Orange painted support and also has electric fans to keep it running cool. The 5 sped manual transmission shifts smoothly and makes it super fun to drive. The custom dual exhaust delivers a great sound and during the rebuild the car received 4 wheel disc brakes.
The interior has been completely redone with all new Black upholstery. It is in excellent condition throughout. The dual bucket seats have headrests and between them is a floor mounted Hurst shifter. The dash has a mostly stock layout but has been upgraded with aftermarket gauges, Vintage AC/Heat controls, vents and a new radio. The steering wheel is the original style with Chevy bowtie horn button. The trunk is all solid and has a houndstooth mat in place.
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