- Chassis: 123870L510379
- 338 Miles Shown, TMU
- Replacement 396ci V8
- Richmond 5-Speed Manual Transmission
- Eaton Posi Performance Differential
- Repainted Yellow w/Black Stripes
- Black Vinyl Upholstery
- Chrome 16" Cragar Wheels
- Lowered Front Suspension w/Air Shocks
- Four-Wheel Disc Brakes
- Aftermarket Stereo Components
- Hurst Shifter
- APC Steering Wheel
- Dakota Digital Instrumentation
- Holley Street Demon Carburetor
- Comp Cams Camshaft
- Edelbrock Nitrous-Oxide System
- Trunk-Mounted Fuel Cell
- Hedman Headers w/Side-Exit Exhaust
- Refurbishment Records
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This 1970 Chevrolet Camaro is said to have been acquired by the seller in 1998 and subsequently underwent a multi-year refurbishment including a repaint in yellow as well as installation of a 396ci V8, a Richmond five-speed manual transmission, and an Eaton Posi Performance differential. Additional equipment includes chrome 15″ Cragar wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, front air shocks, a trunk-mounted fuel cell, an Edelbrock nitrous-oxide injection system, a Holley Street Demon carburetor, a Comp Cams camshaft, Dakota Digital instrumentation, a Hurst shifter, a Clarion head unit, and Alpine and MA Audio stereo components. This modified Camaro is now offered with refurbishment records, a 2022 Snap-On calendar featuring the car, and a clean Oregon title in the seller’s name.
The seller states that the body was refinished in its current shade of Sunburst Yellow with dual black stripes and SS 396 badging during the aforementioned build. Features include a cowl induction hood, a side-exit exhaust system, aftermarket headlamps, and front and rear spoilers. The seller notes area of paint touch-up on the left quarter panel and right side of the car.
Chrome 15″ Cragar wheels are mounted with 205/60 front and 295/50 rear BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. Braking is handled by four wheel disc brakes, and the front suspension has been modified with adjustable air shocks, lowering springs, and drop spindles. Additional work performed under current ownership is said to have included installation of polyurethane bushings as well as replacement of the tie rod ends and upper and lower ball joints.
The cabin features front bucket seats and a split rear bench that were reupholstered in black vinyl under current ownership. The dash pad, headliner, door panels, and carpets were replaced during the build, according to the seller. A Clarion head unit is connected to Alpine and MA Audio stereo components. Additional equipment includes a Hurst shifter, a heater, and SS 396-branded floor mats.
A two-tone black and yellow APC steering wheel fronts Dakota Digital instrumentation including a speedometer, a tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. The digital odometer shows 338 miles, and true mileage is unknown.
The 396ci V8 was installed under current ownership and is said to have been modified with the following parts and components
- Holley Street Demon carburetor
- Polished Weiand Stealth intake manifold
- Comp Cams camshaft
- Pete Jackson timing gear drive set
- Cloyes two-piece timing cover
- Milodon oil pan and oil pump pickup
- MSD ignition components
- Edelbrock nitrous oxide injection system
- Trunk-mounted fuel cell
- Hedman headers
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Richmond five-speed manual transmission and an Eaton Posi Performance differential with 3.73:1 gears. Additional equipment is said to include a polished bellhousing and Yukon axles. The trunk pan was reportedly replaced during current ownership.
Refurbishment records are included in the sale and detailed in the gallery.