1970-1973 owners

Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by maverick, Jan 14, 2007.

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  1. FlaJunkie

    FlaJunkie Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Oh? What year IS your favorite? ;)
     
  2. knightmoose

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    ooh i thought you would never ask ..


    1967 camaro 383 stroker, 12 bolt rear end 3:55, posi-traction, dynod at 475 hp without headers lol ... but honestly i love the 67 camaro the best out of all of them as i like the way she looks

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    2nd is my 68 with pop protecto plate all OEM original matching numbers very easy to prove with the service warranty manual VIN tsamped on every page with protecto plate and cruise control, only thing is she is slow as a fat pig running full speed down hollywood blvd
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    3rd and the reason why she stays outside is if you owned a 67/68/ and a 70 RS which one would you keep outside lol?

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    please note the 2nd pic shows the 70RS when i got it in los angeles california with electric blue color i just had the entire car stripped down and repainted midnight blue pearl.. but as stated the 70 1/2 RS stays outside even though she is totally done and is a turn key california car lol i would trade it off in a heart beat for a 1st generation camaro please note
     
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  3. x77-69z28

    x77-69z28 Veteran Member

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    if i could figure out how to post pics, i would. lucky i can post at all!
    buddy
     
  4. Me_n_my_z

    Me_n_my_z Veteran Member

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    Happy and sad at the same time.....

    Hey guys. I guess Ill be moving to this thread for info now. I sold my 77 Z28:( , and bought a 70 RS. I will be reading and asking questions as I make the 70 my own.. Happy Monday

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  5. delete-Z

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  6. justin10

    justin10 New Member

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    1970 Current Project

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    1973 LT 63,000 original miles. Rusty Rusty.

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  7. ChadF455

    ChadF455 New Member

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    Here is my 1971 SS
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  8. 2nd gen man

    2nd gen man Veteran Member

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  9. jwood

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    bushings radiator

    hortizonal radiator bushings can be made from the vertical bushings just machine them down the work perfect just made a set for my 70 camaro
     
  10. Me_n_my_z

    Me_n_my_z Veteran Member

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    70 Rs ??????

    How could I tell for sure if the 70 I bought is a real RS. I dont have a build sheet, Its a Norwood car. Cowl tag doesnt say. Build date is 01C which makes it a very early model. Looks like it could be a real RS, but how could I know for sure..... It is a factory V8 car, has a big block in it now. Just wanting to see if its real or a clone...

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