70 Camaro Z28 RS Four Speed Matching Number

Price: US $44,500.00 Item location: Greenville, Ohio, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • SubModel: RS Z28
  • Type: coupe
  • Trim: Z28 RS
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 44,000
  • VIN: 124xxxxxxx
  • Color: Mulsane Blue
  • Engine size: 350 Lt1 360 Hp
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: gas
  • Transmission: manul
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS Z28

Very nicely restored 70 RS Z28 4 speed. Complete rebuild on matching number (born with) 350. Have all paperwork from Ohio Crankshaft. Heads are 186's, ne being original and other is dated 1969, ave original but found a crack. New correct 780 Dp Holley, riginal pulleys, istributor, ntake, alancer. Runs very well! Trans is Muncie M21 and is out of a 69 Camaro (rebuilt). Rear is original 12 bolt 3:55 posi. Brake booster etc. is all original. Left qt. and trunk pan front rubber noseare new, est ofsheet metalis original GM. Lots of new, all for details (937) 417-9691. Bottom of car is detailed including red sealer, s per factory. Have Nos F60-15 Firestones on restored original wheels and also have 18" Ridler torq thrust style wheels and tires (100 miles at most). Winning bidder will have choice or BIN buyer will get Both. Console car, 000 early tach. Correct paint code26 B, ulsane blue with black vinyl top.Inspection is welcome. Very nice running and driving car, eeds traction bars LOL, o have a set that were on it. Fairly priced and for sale locally. Car will not be released until funds are accounted for!

On Nov-05-15 at 17:56:43 PST, eller added the following information:

Lowered the BIN. Everything works as it should except clock. Drives very well, ave never driven on Firestones but would not be afraid to, nd yes 44,000 miles is correct as stated on title. Car is detailed very nicely, he picture showing exhaust is two weeks old and I just had all new flowmaster duals installed and dumped them between the quarter and shackle instead of out the back as factory calls for (my preference). Sounds GOOD! Call with any other questions, hanks.