carsbyjeff: I think it went for 38K...
carsbyjeff: Good Eye, you are right about the tail pipes and we did... Jeff
C Raw: Is it me or are those Z28 wheels?
BIG468RAT: @BIG468RAT I thank the author for removing my comment. All I said is what
it is. Obviously you don't know much about what you are selling. It was
either a late production start or a strike that led to the late model
release. No matter what, there never was a 70 1/2 year Camaro. carsbyjeff,
you should tell it like it is.
taylorfbc: for 38k i woulda just bought a new camaro......... probably faster, handles
way better, you get a warranty, better mpg, more dependable thats just me
carsbyjeff: Thanks! SOLD!
fcatf6: Nice F body....
roskosudsly: I've been in a Camaro club for 25 years, 70 Camaros have always been known
as 701/2, I have a parts book for mine, screw general motors, they wouldn't
recognise that water is wet
theindycamaro: Ahem .... I hate to ruin it for everyone that says they have a 70 1/2
camaro ... There is no such thing nor does chevy/GM recognize a half year
... It's just that they was released later in the year due to stamping
issues and strikes .... Check your VIN tags
Tallerico500: orange valve covers would look cool on that motor. I just love orange valve
covers on big block Chevys
samsdad900: SS was an option and RS was an option, and could be ordered together
james marshall: thats exactly what i said -furthermore that car style belongs to the
firebird, because they hit the public scene first--and after seeing the
camaro people said the new camaro looks like the firebird -lol --/// i had
a 70 1/2 , built it up
carsbyjeff: Ok, how about "BUILT" The new owner loves it!
koolratrods: why no stripes on the roof? and the pass back seat had that fabric gather?
also i have seen one that had oval windows on the side? anybody know about
z28chet: @caponeauto It's a 70 1/2 because the new model wasn't released until
January of 1970. Some late 1969 Camaros were actually sold as 1970s. The
UAW strike started at the end of 1971 affecting all 1972 Chevys. Notice
that all 1972 Chevy models changed very little from 1971s. This included
the Vega through the Impala staton wagons and everything in between.
Including pickup trcuks.
roskosudsly: congratulations, that was the exact opinion that I had of you, all you have
to do to see me is watch my mustang video and you can see my '68 SS Camaro
in the carport, I appologise for saying anything harsh to you, because you
do have a right to your own opinion, I wish I was young again and could
keep some of the old hotrods I use to have, at least I'm man enough to say
Manuu Canales: split bumpers , parking lens next to hedligths , different grill , and some
other options i cant recall rigth now , but thats it
caponeauto: @TMoorej norwood plant had a strike so if u have a car built at norwood its
a 70 1/2 coz of the strike that year
straightup671: great job; looks awesome. how much did the buyer pay for it?
Tim Moore: there are no 1970 camaros technically they are all 19701/2's
mysterysk8er1298: this car is beautiful
aeronavel: Awesome car! My dad has a 1970 Camaro as well. I made a slide show video.
of it. It has wrap in the background though so I'm not sure if that would
Tim Moore: thanks man, because this argument is over
DSH1ZZN1T: what does 1970 1/2 mean?
LittleDragon77: Wow... 70 1/2 RS/SS, split front bumper and those rear tail lights ... that
is one sweet looking camaro. Sick as hell.
samsdad900: sorry,I have yet to see any paperwork anywhere that says 70 1/2
IRONSEAN7: Beautiful car.. absoloutely Gorgeous,, i would shorten the Tail pipes a
little bit, but who am i to say that, ill never own this SWEET marro
shagnastly2: how about meeting us in the middle then, one less wart on the ass of society
carsbyjeff: Me Too! Always loved them and this one is built!
roskosudsly: yep, due to automotive strikes, and the new design the 70 was late coming
out, thus making it 701/2
RP4409: wicked car...the little spoiler is awesome. Almost as nice as my 72 TA
The PWN Ranger: maybe someone could help me out, I was wondering what exactly came with a
RS package on the 2nd gens. Like I know the 1st gens had hideaway lights,
but were there any differences in appearance with the early 2nd gens?
Raymond Marquis: NO AIR FOR Z28 rev to high------- Flemings should take a class on the
shagnastly2: speaking of spell-checking people, the word their should be they're as in
they are, dude
carsbyjeff: I like videos that have some music in them alot. But not totally. We need
to let the car do the talking for the most part!
thizzin909: the grill is just crazy
aeronavel: True true. We got a new digital camera, so I am sure I will have a natural
video of it up soon!
samsdad900: right, amazing how many so called "car guys" don't know this
Zemo999: I hate it too when someone says its been restored and it has all non stock
stuff. But your wrong on the color of the back end. The video shows this as
a 350hp 396ci, they had the same color back as the rest of the car. The
only ones that were painted black were the 375hp 396ci(402ci)'s. I have
owned a 1970 396(402) 375hp since 1971. (My video is on here too.) But you
were right on the rest of it.
chevroletracer: Even though I am twenty years old I say this is one nice camaro and how
they are suppose to look.
aeronavel: ....So I meant to write that it has "rap music" in it. Not wrap! :P
1970CamaroZ: @ekpd181 But this isn't a Z28, This is a SS/RS
Raymond Marquis: This car has AIR CONDITIONING VENTS---The Z28 did not have that option till
73. This is a CLONE
Rowdie999: does the fatass come with it?
asusm2ne: its was supposed to be a newer model but it look like the 1970 camaro so
they changed it to a 1970 1/2 sense there was already a 1970 camaro
Tim Moore: ok ok I got it enough already!
samsdad900: aha, good eye, wrong dash?
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