1970 Chevrolet CamaroWith styling inspirations derived heavily from the Pininfarina designed, 250 series Ferraris of the 1960s, these Second Generation Chevrolet Camaros represented something of a departure from the largely re-bodied Novas of the First Generation cars with their somewhat more refined and testosterone infused interpretation of Italian design etiquette. Of the cars of this period, which suffered with increasing severity, the emissions regulations and diminishing performance of the time, these first year, Second Generation cars are certainly the high point of the period and without question the most collectable and well regarded of the time.
Finished in Blue over a black interior, this True 1970 Z28 RS Camaro was recently restored to show condition. It has a brand new $8,000 NOM 383 Stroker producing 455 horsepower running through Hedman headers and a Flowmaster exhaust. Transmitting the power to the tire are the original 4-speed transmission with posi-rear end. The body is laser straight, the paint is show-quality, and the engine compartment is highly detailed.
These elegant split bumper cars are among a few rapidly appreciating Camaros and certain to become a very valuable classic!