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Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by 2ndGenCrazy, Jul 12, 2019 at 11:52 PM.
Very rare indeed. LOL
And for the low price of $18,500 for a shell, what a deal!!
Now we all know where 70 1/2 came from and why.
Decent looking project car, but not at that price. Maybe his other car is more legit? Doubtful.
Depending on how each State Motor Vehicle Dept had their rules for registration and issuance of title, some odd things were done. Back in 1970, North Dakota had two lines on their registration cards. There was a line for "year model", and another for "year registered". Year model would be the actual year of the car. Year registered would be the year it first was registered to be on the street. So, an early 1969 Camaro built in Sept-Dec of 1968 could have a year registered as 1968 and model of 1969. After the first of the year in 1969, they would be registered 1969 and model 1969. After Dec of 1969, they would be year registered 1970 and year model of 1969. Now, transfer one of these cars to another State who did things differently and it would be a crap shoot as to what numbers they would use.
So, his car probably isn't rare at all.
Love how this guy describes how real his car is
1969 Camaro Z28 is a true Z it is missing the cowl tag.but all the signs are there.
Here’s the only known 1970 Camaro transition car
70 RS grill area and 69RS headlights.