1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS Green & Gold Coupe 350ci V8 290 Miles
Green & Gold
) “We all share some sort of connection with the Camaro. Historically, it’s GM’s golden child and arguably America’s favorite muscle car.” -Motor Trend, February, 2009 Six years after the assertion quoted above, Motor Trend cited 1970 as the year Black Sabbath released their landmark, self-titled heavy metal album, and linked that bit of rock history with what made the 1970 Camaro so special:
” In 1970, the Norwood, Ohio Chevrolet plant built the Camaro offered here, the 17,956th built there that year. Today, this Camaro shows the benefits of fresh performance and aesthetic upgrades, yet still retains the overall look and feel of the original car. The car’s exterior metallic dark green paint is complemented with Z28-type stripes in metallic gold.
A Chevrolet “bowtie” branded black steering wheel features a full array of upgraded digital instruments-including a 160-mph speedometer and separate tachometer-all with handsome brushed-metal faces and fluorescent-red indicator needles. Although the air-conditioning equipment has been removed to enhance the car’s performance, factory air-conditioning and heating controls and vents, as well as a period-look radio, complete the original dash. The floor console is home to the automatic-transmission shifter, with a storage compartment between the bucket seats.
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