This is a mean-looking machine, right? That’s why this 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Tribute has one of the best muscle car big blocks ever under its hood

And with everything from the extra-sleek style to four-on-the-floor, this coupe was built to be a true silver bullet.

This Camaro was given some terrific investments/upgrades to really hit all the high notes. The split-bumper RS front end, cowl hood, and full-width rear spoiler give this a sporty style. It makes the right first impression even before you see the radiant style of the upgraded silver metallic paint. You can tell it went on with care by the way the smooth finish highlights the clean body lines, and the black racing stripes are even painted on and cleared over. So you have a powerful look, sleek style, and enduring authority. And speaking of the intimation factor, the big blackout grille, chin spoiler, polished exhaust tips, and sporty stance all help announce this is a mean machine even before anyone hears the big block rumble.

The black interior looks good with a clean style on fundamentals like the door panels, dash, headliner, carpeting, and center console. So it’s easy to spot the details. For example, this was the first year for the 2nd gen Camaro, and Chevy fans know those low-back buckets are exclusive to 1970. This also is upgraded in the right places, like the retro-style AM/FM digital tune with upgraded speakers and an aux input for your iPod. And you can tell this one is serious about the driver with the upgraded sports seeing wheel, Hurst shifter, and full AutoMeter Pro-Comp Ultra-Lite gauge package with large speedo and tach.

Under the hood is a true legend. We all love the 427 cubic-inch big block, and this V8 decodes to the 425 horsepower version from 1969. In fact, we have a full story that suggests this motor was donated from a 1969 COPO Camaro, and the suffix code on the block backs it up (call for more details.) It’s a healthy powerhouse with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock air gap intake, and Hooker long tube headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. The Muncie four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over it all as the power flows to the 10-bolt Positraction rear end and extra meaty rear tires. It’s the kind of Camaro that knows how to own the blacktop, but this coupe also likes to be a solid all-around driver. So you have power steering, power brakes, front discs, and thick sway bars front & rear for a proper cruiser. There’s even an aluminum radiator with electric fan to help keep the full package running cool.


Price: $66,995

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