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1970

Chevrolet Camaro

$69,900
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For the Camaro enthusiast looking for a fully restored and tastefully modified Gen II, don’t sit on your hands and miss out on this sweet ride.

  • Year: 1970
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Mileage: 1633
  • Color: Cranberry Red
  • Interior: Black

This 1970 Camaro is a killer-looking Pro Touring car finished with a timeless look in classic Cranberry Red. Powered by a pro-built 400 CI, and riding a complete Hotchkis suspension, this car is pure fun. The car is the recipient of beautifully finished rotisserie restoration and has top-notch finish from stem to stern. 

 

Power comes from a 532 HP screamer built with a World Products MoTown block. Starting up top, the carb is a finely tuned AED 850 CFM CNC machined double pumper.  The intake is a single plane Dart square intake and the aluminum heads are Dart 1 Pro1. The engine uses SRP Forged Pistons, a Comp Cam, Comp Endure X Roller lifters, and Comp Race Springs. Down below is a Liberty Performance Ultralight crank shaft and it grabs the oil from a Canton Road Race oil pan. Taking care of the spark is an MSD Pro-Billet distributor and a 6AL2 multiple spark controller. The engine produces killer power and was professionally balanced prior to completion. The engine uses Dynatec Ceramic coated headers and a Pypes Pro Dual stainless exhaust. 

 

  • World Products MoTown 400 CI block
  • Liberty Performance Ultralight crank shaft
  • SRP Forged Aluminum domed pistons
  • Liberty Performance premium moly rings
  • Clevite coated bearings
  • Comp Cams RaceStreet Springs
  • Comp Cams 12-000-13 Camshaft
  • Comp Cams Endure X Roller lifters
  • Canton Road Race oil pan
  • ARP bolt kit
  • MSD Pro-Billet Distributor
  • MSD 6AL2 spark control
  • Dart Single Plane Square intake
  • Dart Pro 1 heads

 

The transmission is a Tremec TKO 600 with a Street Comp clutch and a lightweight flywheel. The rear end is a Ford 9” with 3.73 Detroit locker gears. Bringing the Camaro to a halt is a set of Wilwood brakes wearing 6 piston calipers up front and 4 piston calipers in the rear. A dual bowl master aided by a vacuum booster pushes fluid to all 4 corners and has no issue bringing this car to a quick stop. The billet wheels are Boze “Pro-Touring” from their Deluxe line wearing Nitto tires size 235/40/18 in the front and 295/35/18 in the rear.

 

The suspension is a Hotchkis TVS Stage 2. If you’ve never driven a car with one of these kits, you are missing out. In our opinion, it is of the best performing bolt-on kits on the market with both awesome handling and a smooth ride.  On the front end, the kit uses tubular upper and lower control arms which increase the caster and camber produce awesome front end grip. Also up front are 2” lowering springs as well as tuned Bilstein shocks. A beefy 1 ⅜” sway bar cuts down on body roll and further improves handling. In the rear, the kit comes with 1.5 inches dropped springs with heavy-duty shackles and a ⅞” sway bar. Stiffening up the whole package is a set of Hotchkis subframe connectors. Nothing beats a kit that was engineered to work together and the handling on this Camaro is rolling proof. 

 

The exterior of the car was a bare-metal refinish from top to bottom and is finished in brand new PPG dual stage paint in the factory Cranberry Red color. The undercarriage is equally mint and was a bare-metal refinish in GM black satin. All of the glass is new, as is the trim and all of the rubber. The interior features all parts including supportive and comfortable Corbeau seats. You’ll stay cool all summer long with the Vintage Air system.

 

For the Camaro enthusiast looking for a fully restored and tastefully modified Gen II, don’t sit on your hands and miss out on this sweet ride.