Hemmings is a dangerous place for car guys, as it’s easy to get lost in all the vintage car articles, fantasizing a never-ending dream garage. And there are cars, and then, there’s this one. This 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is special, not because of its near-perfect condition, but because it consists almost entirely of all original parts. Because while classic car websites can be flooded with 1970 Camaros, one with so many original parts is really hard to come by and can get lost in the sea of Camaros that may just be left with some original body work and maybe the original engine. 30,000 miles, unrestored.
It has had three prior owners to the one selling it and has been in good hands the entire time, which sounds more like a chain of adoptions than sales to us. The Z/28’s exterior looks almost as good as when this car rolled out of the dealership, and the only unoriginal part in the interior is the radio, adding a radio with FM to modernize it at the time. Mechanically, the exhaust was replaced and so were some engine parts, but that’s it.
Overall, this is one of the greatest muscle cars ever made and is one heck of a car for $58,000. This one is bound to be scooped up very quickly, so if you’re interested, don’t waste too much time.