1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 with Power Brakes Power Steering Seatbelts. You're looking at what looks to be a real Z28. The engine is Engine: 350 CID V8 LT-1 the original LT-1, The engine is said to be the original LT-1 - an option offered starting in 1970. Since then GM has made two DIFFERENT version of the LT1 engine with the next one appearing in 1992 and after that the 2020s. For the purposes of this writeup, when we say LT1 - we are referencing the 4-bolt main LT1 present in this vehicle and offered in 1970. The transmission is noted as a M22 close ratio with 1,185 units reportedly built in 1970. The condition of this vehicle is fantastic with very few imperfections present or noticeable - remember - there's no such thing as perfect with any car. The orange hounds tooth interior looks great! The gauges display a 8,000 RPM tachometer next to a 150mph speedometer and the typical array of 4 supporting gauges indicating fuel, coolant temp, amp readout, and a clock. Mounted just below the radio location are 3 aftermarket gauges displaying oil pressure, coolant, volts, and an electronically actuated switch for the exhaust cutouts! Exhaust cutouts are the perfect party trick to have the mean sound everyone wants out of a muscle car while staying on decent terms with the neighborhood authorities when starting your vehicle. If you want just any ol' second generation Camaro then this probably isn't the car for you.