350C.I. V8 Engine - Borg-Warner Super T-10 4-Speed Manual Transmission - Finished in Cortez Silver - Black Interior - Frame Off Restoration - All Trim Replaced or Restored - New Interior - Power Steering - Power Disc Brakes - Tachometer & Gauges - Correct Sport Wheels - Aluminum Intake - Finned Valve Covers
The Camaro was completely redesigned for the 1970 model year and has found it's way into the hearts of many enthusiasts who prefer the look of the second generation GM pony car. The distinctive front grille is evocative of a jet fighter, and the new sharper body gives it a lower and sleeker look than previous Camaros. This 1970 Camaro was born a true Z/28, a very desirable and sought-after option today. Under the hood is the legendary small block 350C.I. V8 engine mated to a Borg-Warner Super T-10 4-speed manual transmission. The aluminum intake and finned valve covers shine proudly over the distinctive orange block. Power steering and power brakes make for a safer and more comfortable drive without losing any of the classic feel of this amazing piece of Chevrolet history. It sits on the more aggressive “Special” Sport 5-spoke wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A rubber. Now is the time to get the pony car of your dreams while you can! Please feel welcome to visit our 27,000sqft air conditioned showroom/museum in sunny Venice, Florida or contact us online or over the phone to talk to one of our sales specialists today.
Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for the most complete information on this beautiful vehicle. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have, give you a complete walk-around, and in the process, supply you with the most detailed description of the vehicle. We gladly accept trades! We offer financing options on your purchase through only the best classic car financing companies in the business, with approved credit. Our customers buy with confidence. For over 30 years we have bought and sold quality classic collector cars all over the world. Contact Ideal Classic Cars of Venice, Florida today!