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1970 Chevrolet CamaroReview
Harley writes:
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Patty — I love my car more than life its self. Takes a ton of money in up keep but its worth it in the end. i can dump the clutch and roast the tires off any time any place. there is nothing better than driving an old car down a dark road with just the engine as your music and the highway as your play ground.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: this car turns heads spins the tires and is an all around toy

Cons: NOTHING TO HATE ON MY CAR!!

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Top Rate — I Think So Better ! : Camaro SS-RS ZL-1 427 COPO 9567 Year: 1969 Country Of Origin: United States Of America Type: Classic Muscle Car Class: D Engine: V-8, Naturally Aspirated, Carburetted, 6,997 CC, Gasoline Horsepower: 500 BHP @ 5,200 RPM Tourque: 450 LB FT @ 4,400 RPM Redline: 5,800 RPM Brakes: Drums All Round Wheels: 14 Inch Corvette Steel Alloys Handedness: Left Dials: All Analouque Readout: MPH Transmission: 4 Speed H Pattern Manual (Muncie M-22) Driveline: F-R Front Engined Rear Wheel Drive. 0-60: 4.1 Seconds Top Speed: 148 MPH Score: 9/10 ( A a Muscle car Icon)

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Like Muscale

Cons: I love Chevrolet

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I Love It — its a great classic car, there rare theres only 8733 made. the rs/z28 that is, the performance is there for it being stock, i think it needs a differnt transmisson the 3 spd automatic isnt very good for going down the highway the motor runs 2000 rpm + at 60 mph.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: its an american classic

Cons: there isnt a reason to avoid it

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1970 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Great — its amazing too my dad wont let me drive it its a race car full cage small block chevy pushing 400 horse its faster than your daddys viper its cooler than anycar on the road its way better than any ford ever built

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: its a chevy

Cons: 400hp= bad mpg

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My Camaro. — This car has been in the family of friends for many years. It is now in the process of being restored after sitting since 1992. Body work is halfway there. Mechanical work is practically done. It'll be pretty cool when it's finished. This car is surely one of a kind.

Pros: True SS 350/Z28.

Cons: Minor body work needs to be done, original block is cracked, not a rally sport, but eventually will have the rally sport front end.

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My First Taste Of Muscle. — This was a very quick car after I got it jumped with each start. It had a 350 with a 4 barrel carb. and a muncie 4 speed which always got stuck in third gear. This was probably the most dangerous car I've ever owned; the front brakes weren't hooked up, the E-brake wasn't hooked up and the electric was all screwed up with corrosion all over the battery posts.

Pros: 350hp, great paint job, no rust.

Cons: dangerous, unreliable.

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1970 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Fast And Beautiful — Total off the frame restoration. New motor, 335 with 425 horse power. R-700 4 speed auto. 1969 Camaro 12 bolt posi- rearend. New interior and exterior.

Pros: great handling car. Very fast.

Cons: passes everything but a gas station.

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Rs Dream — This car has had a total frame up restoration, new quarters,, trunk, rear suspension and added the C5R 427 with just a little spray on top....VERY fast, this thing should be real fun with slicks!! Stripped all the old paint, resealed, primed, block sanded, well caressed metal. The paint turned out way better than I had hoped for and looking to do some HPDE's soon. The car doesn't ride too bad considering ladder bars with coli over suspension. Even have A/C to keep comfy!!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: With a LS series engine and drive train, very dependable.  Complete strip down to bare metal, rotisserie restoration.

Cons: Fuel mileage but it isn't a friggin' Honda!!

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1970 Chevrolet Camaro Review
Jason says:
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1970 Chevrolet Camaro Review
bfamamfa says:
I have always wanted a first or second generation Camaro. Maybe one day.
vs1970 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
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Back Seats Ranked 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe worse.
"Actually has a back seat!"
Value Ranked 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe better.
"It is a corvette!"
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2022 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

Review By Guru9SMFLH

Just got the car yesterday so can’t really say what the car lacks at this point. Still getting to know the car this is why I gave 4 star’s. So far I love the car’s features as I am coming from an out... Read More

Review By James

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2021 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

Review By charles

As long as you get at least a v6 engine this can be a very fun and comfortable car to drive Read More

Review By Guru9S1ZH6

I think it is a fair value, but it could use a bit more as far as technology goes, seems pretty basic for new cars of today. Standard tent on the window s would be nice also. I love the car, this is ... Read More

2020 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

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It needs to be a ZL1 Camaro that I got to say about that Read More

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2019 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

Review By Guru91K2CB

Couldn’t be happier this vehicle is everything I expected and the compliments from people are endless. Read More

Review By Guru915CZL

Nice and affordable great look comfortable amazing car to have Read More

2018 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

Review By Guru9H6WSY

I like the way that the car feels when you driving , the only thing is cuz you can pull the Sears all the way back Read More

Review By Lukastallen

Fantastic car! The engine sound and the acceleration never gets old. Keep in mind your not to drive or store your summer tires below freezing. Youll likely need a winter set of tires and rims even ... Read More

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