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Old 04-14-2018, 04:44 PM
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Default 1970 Camaro Z28/RS

Car has been SOLD
Thanks again SYC

A brief rundown of this car:
1) Frame off restoration by previous owner
2) Restoration & component/engine rebuild have approx. 1K mi.
3) NOM, came from Z28 built two days later and shipped to same city. (CTB) coded.
4) Drive train: M20 & 3.73:1 rear diff.
5) Car was restored w/o vinyl roof.
6) Complete Gardner exhaust system to replicate original.
7) Carb complete restoration by Vintage Musclecar Parts. (Eric)
8) APT Instruments restored inst. panel & gauges, referred by Musclecar Restoration & Design. (Rick Nelson)
9) Legendary Interior. (recommended by everyone)
10) Some factory options: Tilt wheel; Pwr. Strg. & Brk; AM/FM; Rear spkr; Custom Interior; Rear Defog; Aux. Ltng.
11) Have NCRS shipping reports for this car & eng. donor Z28 as well.
12) Have copy of original dealership order form. ($4,953.00)
13) Car is Mulsanne Blue w/ deluxe blue interior.
14) Car is located in Wyoming (near Denver) and was sold new in Tennessee.

The pictures are mostly from when I purchased car, I have not taken it out of storage for some fresh pictures but there is little difference.
I may be contacted thru SYC-PM's & I can e-mail additional phots.
I will take other photos for buyers if you need specifics and will answer all questions about it's history as I know it.
Thank You SYC & Xplantdad
$60K USD
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Old 06-20-2018, 07:29 PM
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Default Continuation of 1970 z28/rs

Since I've received no responses to this sale in 2 months, I'm adding some current pictures & additional info with price change.
In no particular order here is the info:

1) the restoration included wiring from the fuse block back; by American Auto Wire.

2) I started a "day-two" theme and only got as far as adding replicated Mickey Thompson Super Scavenger headers. The collectors were built by a well known fabricator in Muncie, Indiana who builds replicas to MT specs, and the tubes began as Hooker Competition that my fabricator cut and pieced together to get them equal length with the tubes at 4 different lengths in the square collector. (the shifter reverse lockout still works)
They were then powder coated M/T Orange by Stainless Headers MFG.

3) the pictures show the headers and some relevant undercarriage shots. I have pictures of the new Legendary Upholstery that can be e-mailed.

4) I have all the original trim from when it had the factory vinyl top, a set of B.F. Goodrich radial TA's that were put on at restoration but I did not like the un-original look so it wears the Goodyears, I also have the original working AM/FM radio; as it has a replica digital tuning radio (as seen in the pic's.) There is a set of NEW Action Traction ladder bars (yellow & NIB)
The cast iron exhaust manifolds and Gardner pipes are with it as well, all will bolt up as original if headers are removed.

5) the engine was rebuilt at .030 over bore.

6) The new price is $50K

Thank you for looking at this great Camaro, Dicky
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Old 06-20-2018, 08:19 PM
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Good luck with the sale Dicky!
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Love that Mulsanne Blue ! Good looking car !
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Very sharp car. Love the blue on blue.
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That is one great looking Z ...GLWS
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Love this Z/28. GLWS.
How does it sound with the headers?
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Love this Z/28. GLWS.
How does it sound with the headers?
I've not had it running with them opened up. Once they were installed everything was reassembled and it's hard for me to tell. They do have an interesting sound capped, but they are nothing like the Super Scavengers I had in 1967 with my L78 '67 Chevelle. At idle those things sounded like ping-pong balls were rattling around in the collector. Maybe it was the L88 cam shaft??? It was awesome. Slightly different with this peanut motor. DH
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Love the car Dicky and the detail work on things like the wired header bolts.

I have to ask...who came up with the idea of that support plate for the back of the headers. I have a set of these as well and just installed them on my run stand today. I know they are heavy and thought that was a good idea for the rear hanger to relieve stress on the header bolts.

Tell me more please?
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Hi Norcam, the idea was one that "my" fabricator came up with. It attaches to the two inside bolts of the collectors. (MT headers had a 4 bolt collector not 3) and then it attaches to the bottom of the transmission mount. I must admit it is slick as S**T and does not hang below the tubing for ground clearance. When everything (the header tubes) was welded together, I sent it with the headers to be powder coated as well. (only black) LOL This guy who built the Vega for me.
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