Dream Giveaway Announces the 1970 Camaro Z28 (+$24,500 for the taxes!) Giveaway
“With the 1970 Z/28, Chevrolet was essentially giving its customers an honest-to-goodness racing motor. The LT-1 had a performance camshaft, solid lifters, a very high 11.0:1 compression ratio, a 780 cfm Holley 4-bbl carburetor, a free-flow aluminum intake, free-flow exhaust manifolds, and a low-restriction dual-exhaust system. The LT-1 on the streets was like a caged lion, seemly trapped and docile but still had the potential at any moment to leap out of its cage after its prey.” —Oldcarmemories.com
Win a 1970 Camaro Z/28 Rally Sport ENTER HERE
Big block. Four-speed. Positraction.
Imagine walking into a Chevrolet dealer. It is Spring 1970 and the all-new Second-generation Camaros are hitting the showroom floors. You decide to order one brand-new.
The salesman fills you in on all the high-performance options available for your new Camaro. You’ve always loved the Z/28 and the redesign looks like it’s ready for the new decade ahead.
Solid-lifter 350ci V-8. Muncie M21 four-speed. 4.10 gears. Z/28 and Rally Sport option packages. You check them all off. ENTER HERE
Then in May 1970, just in time for Summer, your new Camaro Z/28 arrives, its Cranberry Red paint glistening in the sun. Its Saddle interior begs for you to open the driver’s door, come on in, strap yourself into the driver seat and light the ignition with confidence. The gauges come to life as you realize you’re the owner of an incredible muscle car the world has never seen before and may never see again. With $1,447 of high-performance factory options, you’ve spent $4,300 on your new Z/28 and now you’re the king of the streets.
That’s the amazing story of this incredible 1970 Camaro Z/28, which is now ready for you to bring home in our Camaro Dream Giveaway.
Keep reading to learn how you can win this extremely special muscle car. Plus, if you’re the winner, we’ll pay out $24,500 for the federal prize tax. ENTER HERE
More on the Z/28 Option Package and the Fire-Breathing Solid-Lifter LT-1 Small Block
In 1970, Chevrolet introduced the world to a new breed of Camaro and an all-new Z/28.
The Z/28 package included the new Corvette LT-1 engine – the highest horsepower carbureted small-block Chevrolet had ever released to the public.
The special 360-hp V-8 included four-bolt mains, forged steel crank, TRW impact extruded pistons, 11:1 compression ratio, a 780-cfm Holley 4-barrel carburetor, a new high-rise aluminum manifold and an aluminum single-point, vacuum controlled distributor. Other factory speed parts included a high-performance oil pump, baffled pan, and windage tray, cast aluminum rocker covers with internal galleries, a twin-pulley fan drive, mechanical valve lifters a chrome dress-up kit and a larger-capacity radiator.
The Z/28 Special Equipment option also included dual rally striping, an air spoiler, special 15-inch wheels and tires, special chassis components and dual exhaust.
If putting this original muscle-car era holy-grail dream machine in your garage would make your dream come true, then enter now to win this fully restored 1970 Camaro Z/28. ENTER HERE
Full List of Fantastic Factory Options:
This classic 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 includes these “born with” options:
• Z28 Special Performance Equipment
• Z22 Rally Sport Equipment
• G80 Positraction rear axle
• M21 Transmission, four-speed close ratio
• Z87 Custom Interior
• A01 Soft-ray tinted glass
• B37 Front and rear floor mats
• B93 Door edge guards
• D35 Sport mirrors
• T60 Heavy-duty battery
• Special instrumentation
• U63 AM pushbutton radio
• ZJ9 Auxiliary lighting
• ZQ9 Performance axle ratio
• D80 Rear decklid extension
Your opportunity to enter and win this 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is now, but don’t wait to enter. Muscle cars this nice only come around every 50 years or so and we wouldn’t want you to miss your chance to buckle up in this fully restored example of high-performance heaven and drive it home. Plus, we’ll pay $24,500 for the taxes. ENTER HERE
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, the parent company to Timeless Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the magazine’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next round modifications for his own cars.