1970 Chevrolet Camaro
I bought this 70 Camaro on 12/3/2009, the exact way you see it, from State Farm Insurance (supposedly a "theft recovery") through an auction in Fresno, California (please see picture of my bill of sale and California Salvage title). You are NOT going to find a more rust free, unrestored example. There is only light surface rust on this car, except for one tiny spot in the lower passenger fender. Everything else is light surface rust, no pitting. Floor pans are excellent. Trunk floor (someone cut a small hole in trunk floor), frame rails, quarter panels, rockers, doors and one front fender are all excellent. Grille and grille trim are in nice shape. Trim around the doors is good. What you see is what you get. Car is missing the motor, tran.s, windshield trim, rear window trim, drivers side door glass, seats, and no hood. I have a driveshaft and fuel tank (even the fuel tank is in excellent shape) for it, everything else is pictured. I paid $1600 to bring it from California and will not take less than $5500 (it's worth more than that) for the car. This car is worth 3-5 times what a rusty one is worth, and would be perfect for the guy who wants to build one but doesn't want to do any metal work (this car won't need any metal work). It's actually a rare car also because it's a factory V6, 4 speed manual tran.s car. Fender tag is still in place. Stored indoors. Serious inquiries call 815 388 7628. This is seriously a great deal for this car. The pictures really don't do it justice.