1970 Pro-Touring Camaro FOR SALE

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  1. snowcone

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    Nice
    But it's about 60,000 over my price range.
     
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    Nice car but yeah that’s high for a second gen or I don’t even know anymore since I remember these cars when they were 10-15 in decent shape now they seem to have blown up
     
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    Nice. Seems steep for an ls1 on a stock frame and leaf springs.
     
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    Yeah we are asking high retail but everything is negotiable ;) the early 70 split bumpers are really hot right now

    Only thing it's missing IMO is sub-frame connectors
     
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    I believe they are hot but not that hot, but lets what the buyers say

    It is a nicely done car so yeah
     
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    Decent car, looks like the paint and body are it's best attributes. The price is a little steep though...I'm thinking maybe half that. Older restoration? The underside doesn't look very clean, the control arms and such look like they have missing paint and rust developing. The LS1 and 6 speed is a nice touch, but its an LS1 (very unpopular these days) and the T56 looks like an OEM box. The money in the drivetrain and the suspension isn't there.
     
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