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1970 Camaro Custom Pro-Tourer: The CopperHead-Z

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Engine: 383 Stroker 504hp, 520Tq.
Transmission: 700R4 COAN Built (with overdrive and locking converter, 2800 Stahl)
Color: PPG Copperhead Pearl.
Mileage: 150.
Price: US $42,500.00


This custom Camaro happily comes with a ton of information and it comes from a guy who’s been restoring muscle cars for a very long time.

The all copper paintwork looks incredible, which matches up with the engine and all the other goodies that come with this car.
It’s not the cheapest but neither is it the most expensive, so if you want classic looks with modern mechanics, check out this Camaro.

*Custom Hand Made Interior including Billet Specialties parts and Dolphin Electronic Gauges
*Billet March Serpentine setup with A/C and Heat controlled by “VintageAir” systems
*Hydro-Boost Brake System (Chromed) using Aeroquip Hose and Fittings
*New Suspension and Steering with QA1 coil-overs in front and Hiedt’s PS management
*New Hi-End Audio System with Hifonic Amps, Cliff Audio Sub, Trio and Infinity Speakers
*New Nitto Tires (maybe 150 miles on them) they were bought over 10 years ago
* Custom One of a Kind Boyd Coddington Spoke Wheels made only for this Car
(These were made back in the early years of the restoration when Boyd was still alive)
*PPG Paint (Copperhead Pearl) on Engine and Engine Bay

Exterior (9.5/10):
– Cooperhead Pearl (PPG) – awesome gloss overall in show room condition see pics
o There are 4 small things that needs attention I’ll try to picture them
§ 2 are places where the trunk got closed to hard and it chipped a 1 cm piece of paint right in the corners.
§ We overtighted one of the corner spoiler parts too tight and it cracked the fiberglass
§ On the lower tail panel I made a 4” scratch with a jack stand removing it too fast.
– Show winner many times – including best paint and best motor.
– Boyd Coddington wheels are excellent and set off the car with natural ‘ole school rake to the front and a very nice and progressive stance. Having adjustable QA1s help with the setup.
– All Split bumper pieces were individually painted. It looks perfect
– Panel alignment can still be improved a little, as anyone who does body work knows, early Camaros were not known for perfect dimensions and spacing.
– “0” rock chips on the front or hood or sides (maybe one or two behind the fat rear tires
– No rust anywhere with pictures to prove the condition of the bare floors, trunk and underside


INTERIOR (10/10):
– MINT Overall –
– New Dash,
– New Air vents,
– New carpet,
– New Dolphin Vintage Cluster/Gauges,
– 2nd gen high back frames covered with two tone ultra-leather, handmade. Flat black with ostrich off-white interior panels (see pics)
– Vintage Aire controls for Heat and A/C
– Custom Door panels with fiberglass enclosures for the Trio Speakers and cross-overs
– 4 Speed Ratchet B&M Quicksilver Shifter
– Dynamat and Second Skin throughout the flooring
– Ultra High-end stereo – Pioneer head unit, 2 Hifonic Amps, Trio fronts and Infinity 6×9 rears, Clif Design Sub
– Billet Specialties Steering Wheel, Rear View Mirror….

MECHANICS (10/10):
– 383 Forged Full Roller 500hp Beast
o AFR 195 Heads, Comp Cam XR288HR, Edelbrock Air-Gap, Holley 750DP
– Bullet Proof COAN Racing 700r4 transmission with overdrive and manual locking converter
– Custom length Balanced drive shaft
– Billet March “Style Track” Serpentine Setup with Polished Sadden A/C PS unit and High-Flow Polished water pump (uses reverse Corvette Style pump)
– Hydro-Boost Brake System with Aeroquip connectors (with the high lift cam it did not have enough vacuum to support the power brakes my wife wanted). The brakes will put your nose into the steering wheel. Disk front/Drum back
– New Rotors and front hubs
– 10 Bolt Built Rear with Yukon Gears and Axel Auburn Posi Locker
– Heidt’s Power Steering Pressure Valve (adjustable high-pressure bleed valve) to allow you a custom feel and feedback with the old school Power Steering system
– QA1 Coil Overs in the Front (adjustable) ride height
– High-Flow radiator
– Dual Radiator Fans w/ Derale Controller Temp sensors and also manual override
– Traction Bars and Frame connectors
– Stainless Steel Brake and Fuel Lines




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1970 Camaro Custom Pro-Tourer: The CopperHead-Z, 8.7 out of 10 based on 3 ratings


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