1970 Camaro RS is a gorgeous example of a quality restoration
Split bumpers, spoiler, factory AC car (does not have compressor), 350 Chevy engine with mild cam, and turbo 350 trans. Super clean. No issues other than ac not being hooked up. Even has the vinyl top!
Camaro was longer, lower and wider than its first-generation counterparts, and the model was such a success that the basic platform would continue for 12 years. Like one of the defining features of pony cars at the time, the new Camaro came with a long-hood/short-deck semi-fastback design for all models (unlike the Mustang’s offerings of both a coupe and a fastback model). With the windshield swept back, overall glass area grew by 10 percent over the first-generation Camaros, even though the car did not include rear quarter windows. Because of this, visibility increased over previous incarnations. The doors were stretched to be unusually long, and were eight inches longer than the doors of the first-generation models. Total production for the model year was 124,901 Camaros, which was over 100,000 units less than the previous year. However, the short production year must be taken into account when comparing the two. The base engine was a 155 horsepower six cylinder engine, and the base model also had the option of a 307 CID V8 that produced 200 horsepower.
Standing for Rally Sport, the RS Camaro basically was an upgraded trim package for the base models that featured a distinctive front-end look that most noticeably featured two front bumpers on the left and right of the nose of the car instead of the normal full-width bumper. The package also included round parking lights and hidden windshield wipers, among other trim features.
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