With a production total of 8733 units, you where luck to own one of thes back in the days.
The Camaro with the new 350cid engine was the fastest in a "Car Life" magazine test of stock sport compact cars. It run the quarter mile in just 14.5 seconds at 100.22 mph.
The comparison was run using the Sports Car Club of America point system. The Camaro run agains cars like the Ford 302cid and 400cid Pontiac.
The new Camaro came in a coupe version with a sloping roofline. With the overall length a little more the wheelbase was 108 inches.
There where two versions available; the standard full-blade bumpers and the Rally Sport package with endura grille, The Rally Sport packages was a additional $169 to the $27136 base price. The Z/28 package was available for a additional $573.
The change in the SCCA rules in 1970 made it possible to put the new LT1 350cid engine into the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28.
Chevy Camaro T Shirts with the Camaro Z/28