Price: - Item location: Hilton, New York, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: 360HP
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Z28
  • Doors: 2 Doors
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 69888
  • VIN: 0000124870N569236
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: V8 5.7L 350ci 360HP
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28RUNNING AND DRIVING ALL ORIGINAL SURVIVOR PROJECT CARSpecial Performance PackageOFFERED HEREON eBay atNO RESERVE!The True BARN FIND Original Camaro.These 2nd Generation Camaros are highly sought after.One owner, estate barn find and now offered to you.We went through the car looking for the build sheet and suspect it is a top gas tank as is common with Norwood Plant built Camaros. This car runs and drives and needs restoration.Original Paint is showing it's age throughout and bottom of quarters, wheel openings, bottom of fenders; Need replacing. The Floors and Undercarriage as well as Frame are in great shape! Especially considering it hasn't been messed with over the years nor any attempts at restoring. This car is a time capsule and has not been on the road for the better part of the last 25 yrs.This is a fairly easy project of a rare intact and not messed with car.Spare tire wheel is authentic as are the other 4 Rallyes. Interior is also in great shape. Rare column shift Automatic.All gauges are working and mileage is original per those whom have known the vehicle for it's entire life. Got this information below courtesy of Nastyz28.com... Many members whom have extensive knowledge.. Thank you!1970 saw the introduction of the all new Second Generation Camaro. The 1st generation Camaro (1967 - 1969) was seen as a hasty response to the Ford Mustang.It was considered a compromise by some critics.There would be no compromises with this car.Due to production delays the 1970 Camaro was introduced in February 1970, half way into the production year.Because of this, some people will call the 1970 Camaro a 1970 1/2, but officially the car is a 1970 model year Camaro.Good things come to those who wait, and this car was met with rave reviews from nearly everyone.Chevrolet had a winner that would run for 12 years.The 1970 Camaro was all new.It was longer (2.0), lower (1.1) and wider (0.4) than the previous Camaro but still had a 108 wheelbase.It had a wider track (1.7 front, 0.5 rear).It's doors were longer (by 8) and the roof was moved back giving the car a sleek long hood, short rear deck which typifyed the pony-car.The convertible body style was no longer available.The windshield was swept back increasing visibility by 10% along with hiding the radio antenna within it (depending on radio choice). The rear view mirror was bonded to the windshield, no longer hung off the roof trim.The front subframe was redesigned to improve the structural integrity of the car.Efforts were made to eliminate road noise by strategically insulating various points on the car. The interior of the car was completely redesigned with a new dashboard, console & other interior trim.The Z28 Special Performance Package (RPO Z28) was not only positioned as the top Camaro performer, but it put its money where its mouth was.Designed to race in the SCCA Trans Am Series, the 1970 rules changes allowing for the 5.7L engine meant the Camaro was able to now use the 350 engine. The previous Z28's were limited to 302 cubic inches and were known to be tempermental on the street. The bigger engine also allowed an automatic transmission to be used in the Z28 for the 1st time.Due to the solid lifter,high revving cam, Air Conditioning was still not available on the Z28.With a stout drivetrain, including a mandatory 12 bolt rear axle, and a tuned suspension, the Z28 was a match for anything found on the street, or at the track.We sell and ship worldwide.Thank you for looking at our vehicle and good luck bidding!NO RESERVE!