1970 RS Z28 Hugger Orange Project

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  1. 67restoproj

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    Hey guys, I've come to the realization I won't be able to get to this worthy project. I found it buried in a basement, where it has sat for 16 years and another 10 before that in another location. It was sidelined due to carb and timing issues. It does not retain any of it's original drivetrain.
    The car has many desirable options like custom deluxe interior, console, remote sport mirrors and under hood and trunk light group, also original am/fm radio
    This is a Van Nuys 02a built car. I found very little of the build sheet under the tank. See pic
    Still retains it's original Hugger Orange paint and black stripes.

    The drivers side A-pillar has rust as does the rear windshield area. The floors, rockers and rear frame rails are beautiful. Doors and drivers side fender are very nice. Both doors are mint.
    Engine is a 327 from a 1967 Camaro and has a late 70 m-21 and 70 10 bolt rear

    Pm for more info and pic! $9500

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    Budz Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I PM'd you about some parts if you decide to part it out.
     
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    Not parting out thanks
     
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    I can understand that
     
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    That is a surprising amount of rust for a California car.It going to take a lot of TLC and money to restore the Camaro.So good luck. And MCAS(H) Tustin was my first duty station after Marine Corps "Boot Camp"
     
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    If my memory is correct 12487 is a Norwood Ohio car.
     
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    12487 is the model number for all Camaros in 1970. Both Norwood and Van Nuys used the same model numbers.
     
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    1970

    12487 = 8 cyl
    12387 = 6 cyl
     
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    Short stripe car. Not too many of those around.
     
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    Nice project here, 8k
     

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