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Reserve Removed: 1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS Z/28

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$40,900

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Reserve Removed: 1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS Z/28

Winning Bid: $40,900 (USD) by: GHRE

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Chassis/VIN:

124870N526731

Location:

Hansville, Washington

Odometer:

74,970 (Mi)

Lot Number:

7663482

Engine:

350ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

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Winning Bid: $40,900 (USD) by: GHRE

Auction Type:  No Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

124870N526731

Location:

Hansville, Washington

Odometer:

74,970 (Mi)

Lot Number:

7663482

Engine:

350ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

If a bid is placed within the last two minutes of an auction, an additional two minutes is added to ensure all bidders have a fair chance to bid. Bid carefully. The highest winning bidder will enter into a legally binding purchase contract.

Vehicle Story

This 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is optioned with the RS package and is powered by a matching-numbers 350ci LT-1 rated at 360 horsepower backed by a 3-Speed T400 automatic transmission which aligns with the car's manufacture date. Equipment includes power steering and brakes, Rallye gauges, and a tilting steering column, while a COPO spoiler is fitted to the trunk lid. Finished in Classic Copper Poly with white stripes over a Sandalwood interior, this 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 had Zeibart rust-inhibiting undercoating applied when new, is accompanied by invoices and receipts from early in its life, and is offered on a clear Montana title.

This Camaro Z/28 wears a shade of Classic Copper Poly (67) which was a factory-offered color for the model during 1970. The finish is contrasted by white rally stripes and identifying Z/28 badges are affixed to the front fenders, grille, and the COPO spoiler mounted on the trunk lid. Brightwork exhibits a deep reflective quality in the photos and is comprised of chrome bumpers, rocker panel covers, and smaller bits for the headlights and window surrounds.

Factory Camaro Z/28 wheels are mounted with a matching set of Firestone Wide Oval tires.

The interior contains Sandalwood (70) upholstery and optional wood trim appliqué for the instrument panel, steering wheel, door cards, and center console. The Camaro script on the glove compartment was standard while windows are operated by crank. An older tape deck is mounted where the factory radio once was. Air conditioning was not available for the Z/28. A photo is included to show the Z/28-only mounting for the gas pedal, and the seller reports that the pedal is present and accounted for.

Instrumentation sits behind the factory two-spoke steering wheel design and consists of a 150-mph speedometer, 8,000-rpm tachometer with a 6,500-rpm redline, and smaller dials for fuel, amperage, and coolant temperature. All of the gauges are described as functional including the clock, which was part of the U14 instrument panel gauge package.

Responsible for motivation is a 350ci LT-1 small-block Chevrolet V8 which is described as the matching-numbers unit by the seller, with photos of various casting stamps available for viewing in the image carousel. The LT-1 had factory output of 360 gross horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 380-pound-feet of torque at 4,000 for 1970, and is mated to an optional 3-speed T400 automatic transmission which bears stamps that indicate it was manufactured during the same period as the car and LT-1 engine. Part of the VIN is legible on the transmission and it does have the correct rear differential code ("COZ") for a 1970 Z/28. The rear differential has a 3.73:1 gear ratio.

A receipt documenting the application of Ziebart rust-inhibiting undercoating when the car was new is included.

Photos of the various data plates and casting stamps are available for viewing in the image carousel.

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Comments & Questions

May 27, 2021
11:36 AM

Quarter panel images have been added to the end of the gallery.

May 27, 2021
09:51 AM
Bidder

@plymouth never referenced it was McNeish certified! I really think if it was it would have really helped the car with real bidders! I have no intentions of dogging the car just getting the facts. Cheers!!

May 27, 2021
09:48 AM
Bidder

@autohunter thx for the video, really looks like a nice car, I try to verify as much info as I can as I know when the final 2 bidding min's are hear it will be helpful.

May 27, 2021
09:15 AM

A video has been added to the listing.

May 27, 2021
08:55 AM
Bidder

Seller never represented this car as being Chevrolet high-performance certified by Jerry McNeish

May 27, 2021
08:54 AM
Bidder

Engine block serial number stamp pad looks 100% legit to me

May 27, 2021
08:53 AM
Bidder

@RockyS from all of your comments and intense questioning of the seller… This doesn’t seem like the right car for you. If you know your second generation Camaros well and you look at the chassis pics you can tell that it’s not been frame off restored. Seems to me like you are trying to spotlight your concerns to influence other bidders. I usually don’t sound off like this but it appears to me as though you are bullying the seller with your comments with intention to sabotage other interest. Just sayin’

May 26, 2021
08:22 PM
Seller

The vehicle runs and drives very nice. I actually do have a driving video but didn't post it because I couldn't figure out how to crop it to not show my address, so I didn't post it. No leaks in the car and everything works.... Not sure on the clock, I would need to check that and get back to you. If you send me your info I think I can send you that video.

May 26, 2021
08:00 PM
Bidder

@octaneclassics No time for inspection, also not willing to spend the $ on a possibility, McNeish is not cheap and does not like to travel. Can you offer some info on the cars drivability? Does everything work? Any leaks? etc Why no driving video?

May 26, 2021
07:13 AM

Note: The listing has been amended to reflect a 3-speed TH400 automatic transmission.

May 25, 2021
10:11 PM
Seller

@RockyS – The ad states 4 speed transmission, however it appears to be the 3 speed automatic, not sure the stampings on the trans are legit? No last digits of VIN on the Blocks Stamp Pad? Without a build sheet, original window sticker or Protecto Plate an inspection from Jerry McNeish should be offered. Can you confirm offering it as matching numbers which represents born with motor and trans ? ...

Apologies for the mistake in the ad about being a 4 spd auto, it is a turbo 400, 3 spd trans. The matching VIN is " hidden" in the rough casting near the oil filter ( please look at the photos). Not all had stampings on the "block pad). As for the trans, there is a partial VIN stamping on the trans, the build date and other codes on the trans tag, aligns with the build date of the car. You are more than welcome to have an expert look at the vehicle for certification.

May 25, 2021
09:39 PM
Bidder

The ad states 4 speed transmission, however it appears to be the 3 speed automatic, not sure the stampings on the trans are legit? No last digits of VIN on the Blocks Stamp Pad? Without a build sheet, original window sticker or Protecto Plate an inspection from Jerry McNeish should be offered. Can you confirm offering it as matching numbers which represents born with motor and trans ?

May 25, 2021
08:25 PM
Seller

@OCTANECLASSICS – It is located in Kingston WA. Area. 98346. I don't want to disclose the location address on here. This being my first time using AutoHunter, I'm not sure of their policy on contact outside the auction during the auction? I will check with my rep on that and see what their policy is. Thanks ...

Check your text messages, I sent you my information.

May 25, 2021
07:53 PM
Seller

@Cadimaster – Where in Western Washington state is it located? Can I get an address/contact info to inspect the Camaro? Thanks! ...

It is located in Kingston WA. Area. 98346. I don't want to disclose the location address on here. This being my first time using AutoHunter, I'm not sure of their policy on contact outside the auction during the auction? I will check with my rep on that and see what their policy is. Thanks

May 25, 2021
07:05 PM

Where in Western Washington state is it located? Can I get an address/contact info to inspect the Camaro? Thanks!

May 24, 2021
11:39 AM
Seller

@RockyS – Can you provide information related to the restoration? When was it completed, frame off, who did the restoration etc. Does everything work? Any leaks? Was that the original factory color? Was drivetrain rebuilt and when? ...

I do not have any information pertaining to the restoration other than the pics shown. The engine has been rebuilt and documented as the pics show. No verification/paperwork on the trans or diff. ever having been rebuilt...... This vehicle has had what I would call a "cosmetic" restoration along with some mechanicals. As for the color, according to the trim tag, the interior and exterior colors are correct for this vehicle. Everything works, runs and drives nice. No major leaks anywhere, just your somewhat normal seepage and sweating around some gaskets. Hope this helps.......

May 24, 2021
10:52 AM
Bidder

Can you provide information related to the restoration? When was it completed, frame off, who did the restoration etc. Does everything work? Any leaks? Was that the original factory color? Was drivetrain rebuilt and when?

May 22, 2021
04:41 PM
Seller

@plymouth – Do you have any documentation supporting the spoiler was OE factory? ...

No build sheet, all the documentation for this car are listed in the pics.

May 22, 2021
04:23 PM
Bidder

Do you have any documentation supporting the spoiler was OE factory?

May 22, 2021
04:19 PM
Seller

@plymouth – Great color! May I send a professional inspector to view the car? Thanks ...

Sure, as long as they can work with my work schedule, no issues with an inspection.

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