sinisterseven8: my clutch makes that exact same squeaking noise to lol
Josh Kopperstad: they made the 1970 1/2 camaro late because of the strike at GM.
Travis Gold: Its not a 70 1/2... 70 1/2 had the split bumper, my dad used to own one.
j davis: That's a beautiful car man, the car of my dreams when I was young, still
is.............When it sells, post the selling price, will ya?
Josh Kopperstad: ur an idiot 1970-73 camaros can have either the regular bumper ( the long
one ) or if they are a RS they have the split bumper, the way to tell the
1970 1/2 camaro is they have low backl buket seats.
jdellinger1999: Is this car supposed to have the camaro emblem on the top of the trunklid
when its eqipped with the factory spoiler i think that answer is nope.
Don Tony: do you still have this z??
Heartofthacity: Very nice
dutchboy25al: @sinisterseven8 Ha Ha!!! Mine too...Until WD-40 got to it. I never really
noticed it until I did a few videos while driving the car.
70supercar: These guys always end up with a squeaky clutch pedal. Maybe we need to mail
them some chassis grease for the clutch cross shaft and clutch pedal rod.
xsmokedoutx: Lots of idiots here dont know the history of the car..numbnuts
samsdad900: no such thing as '70 "and a half"
Craig Hanson: These cars are really hard to find with the Muncie 4 spd. I kick my self
for selling mine in the early 90's. These are super fast cars.
HDxScOp: Only 12 I know my crap 70 1/2 did have a solid bumber my dad gots a orginal
z28 if ur dad has a split bumber then its a rallysport trust me all
rallysports have split bumbers look it up im not wrng
unavitaable: You're right about the bumper but the turn indicators are all beside the
headlights, not below on the Z's.
HDxScOp: My dad has a 70 in a half proven by GM !!!!!all orginal 70 in a half z28
unavitaable: Sorry to tell ya bro but this IS NOT an 70 1/2 Z28. The solid bumper and
the turn indicators should tell you that. The Z has a split bumper and the
indicators are beside not below the headlight.
skipdafer: correct. the rs split bumper option could be ordered on any 70-73 camaro,
including z28 or ss models. then u would have a rs/z28 or a ss/rs or the rs
could be ordered alone. the 70 camaro did not come out until 2-28-70, so
some people call it a 70 1/2, but it is a 70 on paper
Jeremey72: The RS Rally Sport had the diferent front nose with split bumpers. It could
be ordered on a Z28 or SS then you would have a Z28 RS or a SS/RS with the
split bumper nose this could be done on any 70-73
BigBlocks4BigBoys: you are terribly misinformed.... once again ANY 70-73 camaro could be
ordered with the rs package which gave you the split bumper.... 70 1/2
refers to the production starting halfway through the model year, they ran
into issues with some of the body panels from fisher and caused the 1970
camaro to start production late..... look it up if you don't believe me or
wqpeb: The Z28 really came with full width front bumper? My plain 70 Camaro had
that. Did you have to order the other SS type front end as optional?
unavitaable: I pretty tight in the car industry. Check out Gage Incorporated at SEMA
samsdad900: @dankris09 wrong...the RS option gave you the split bumpers on any '70-'73
camaro(as jeremy already said). the '70 camaros were released later than
usual for new cars which cause some to wrongly call them '70 1/2. once
again no such thing as '70 1/2
Daniel Vanderslice: @samsdad900 yes there is. it refers to the half front bumper, only the 70
z/28's had a split front bumber. thats wehre the 70 1/2 comes from.
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