1970 to 1973 Second Generation Camaro's look almost the same.

In this video, we want to show you the differences

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    • Terry Weinhold
      Terry Weinhold

      i liked the way this was presented. Great job

      about 15 days ago
    • LaxBro410
      LaxBro410

      Just pointing something out, the 70-73 NEVER came in black, it could have black stripes, but never a primary black body.

      about 21 day ago
    • Memory Lane
      Memory Lane

      Also note that there was no Cowl Induction Hood on the original 1970-1973 Camaros. Many have added this and it looks good on many of them, however it was not original.

      about 21 day ago
    • MJW
      MJW

      Anyone who ever owned one of those cars has sellers remorse including myself.

      about 26 days ago
    • Big E
      Big E

      Appreciate that.....fun spotting the differences!

      about 28 days ago
    • Kevin Kendall
      Kevin Kendall

      I've heard only around 2,500 72 Z28s were built

      about 1 month ago
    • Hans Vige
      Hans Vige

      Enjoyed very much, thank you!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • kielmeyer1
      kielmeyer1

      I had a 69 ss I knew all the information on what the options for that year came with, your video was very informative thanks.

      about 1 month ago
    • Rod Roberts
      Rod Roberts

      my 1970 1/2 z28 had the 71 high back buckets as did another one here in my town.

      about 1 month ago
    • Rick Templeton
      Rick Templeton In reply to Rod Roberts

      I also have a 1970 z do you have any parts for it left.

      about 1 month ago
    • William Boardman
      William Boardman

      71,72, and 73 seats are VEGA seats....you COULD order SS suspension, RS body trim, and Z28 engine options (cam, intake, heads) , and LT interior trim together in 73. Would be badged RS. And LT on the roof sail panels. California RS ordered Camaros came with TWO diagonal braces at driver side behind radiator support, with the solo upper diagonal on passenger side.

      about 1 month ago
    • Rod Roberts
      Rod Roberts In reply to William Boardman

      Some 70 1/2 z28 cars had the vega seats too. Mine did.

      about 1 month ago
    • Johnny Hawkins
      Johnny Hawkins

      I'VE OWNED A LOT OF OLD MUSCLE CARS BACK IN THE DAY,BUT ONLY ONE CAMARO 74THIRD GENERATION TYPE LT AND IT SHOCKED ME AS HOW MUCH POWER IT HAD,IT HAD BEEN DESMOGED,OR AT LEAST THAT'S WHAT I CALL THEM!!!DON'T KNOW THE GEAR RATIO,BUT IT WAS A POSI UNIT!!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Partsman109
      Partsman109

      I’m pretty sure the performance package designation took precedence over the appearance package designation to properly identify the Camaro...Z/28-RS...SS/RS...etc

      about 1 month ago
    • Doug Smith
      Doug Smith

      Cool video, cool car.

      about 1 month ago
    • Stanley Troski
      Stanley Troski

      Everything about the 1970 1/2 Camaro are different then the other years. Including the inside rear view mirror, sun visors, sun visor support, seats, seat covers, seat tracks, front seat carpet hold down clips, the way the front inner fender housings are installed, z28 wheels valve stem holes, 12 bolts rears 70 only, Also if the cars aren’t L.A. cars then no emissions stuff like the gas tanks plus a few other odds and ends. The rear package tray metal panel has the cut outs for the 2 different rear window defogger holes.

      about 1 month ago
    • shane mcinnerny
      shane mcinnerny

      What about the 350 badges on the fenders

      about 1 month ago
    • Speed Razer
      Speed Razer

      Enjoyed this video, would like to see some
      split screen comparison. I have owned a lot
      of Z28s- 71/78/91/96/and now a 2000...
      I will be checking out some of your other
      Videos... 🚦🏎🏁...✌️

      about 1 month ago
    • chris walker
      chris walker

      My friend had the copper an black one an it was a sharp ol car an moved fast

      about 1 month ago
    • Quality Counts
      Quality Counts

      Your giving bad info 70 has a small rear spoiler

      about 1 month ago
    • LaxBro410
      LaxBro410 In reply to Quality Counts

      It was an option for a 70, called COPO 9796

      about 21 day ago
    • sally moore
      sally moore

      Groovy

      about 1 month ago
    • camaroguy 66
      camaroguy 66

      Well, you left out a bunch of 2nd gen's, the best looking one's actually! The 78-81 Z-28's! What gives?

      about 1 month ago
    • Stephen Herrera
      Stephen Herrera In reply to camaroguy 66

      This title of this vid is "Camaro Second Generation Differences (1970-1971-1972-1973 discrimination)" So that is the reason for no later 78/81 Camaros.

      about 21 day ago
    • Spud & Ginger
      Spud & Ginger In reply to camaroguy 66

      the best looking one was the 1973 RS Z28, metallic blue with white stripes, Add the old centerline auto drag rims, 8 1/2 on back, 3 1/2 on front .One bad ass car. Back in the day the women begged to ride.

      about 1 month ago
    • Steven Clark
      Steven Clark

      Oh the memories! Had 70 1/2 Z/28 and like many, sold it so I could move to Las Vegas. Should of left it in Dad's barn! Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

      about 2 months ago
    • Mark Gamble
      Mark Gamble

      Saved this video.enjoyed it.i have a 71 Z28 matching no. Now im retired.pretty sure going to have ground up restore. Wish could find same seen em 40 tho. Pricing gess 50 tho maybe. Had the car since 1977. In barn.coming out this year.looking at these pics.sealed the deal.thanks again

      about 2 months ago
    • Eric Burk
      Eric Burk

      The 73 has a Z28 option, I had one for 20 Yrs. The fifth digit in the vin would be a "T".

      about 2 months ago
    • Anthony Thorp
      Anthony Thorp In reply to Eric Burk

      Had one too back in late 80's. 73 Z28 w /350 4 spd. Engine had replacement parts so I dropped a 500 horse engine in it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Gordon Kelley
      Gordon Kelley

      I didn't see anything about the deluxe and standard interiors

      about 2 months ago
    • SLG52
      SLG52

      One of the last cars in the find what is wrong missed a very important find (white car with orange stripes). Z28's only had the emblem on the drivers side fender and the passengers side had no emblem. Often when a car is re-done the Z28 fender decal is placed on both fenders. NOPE...not correct...at least not in 1972.

      about 2 months ago
    • Rick Templeton
      Rick Templeton In reply to SLG52

      I have a1970z it has emblems on both sides I've owned it 43 yrs.

      about 1 month ago
    • Casey Jones
      Casey Jones

      How many know what the abbreviation "LT" stands for?

      about 2 months ago
    • Casey Jones
      Casey Jones In reply to Casey Jones

      +Eric Burk LT is not an abbreviation for anything. It is a Chevrolet RPO code. It replaced the SS in 1973. LT is not an abbreviation for Luxury Touring. LT stands for nothing.
      A new Type LT model was offered in 1973, with a quieter and better-appointed interior, full instrumentation, Rally-style wheels, variable-ratio steering, sport mirrors, and hidden windshield wipers, among other upgrades. The Super Sport package was dropped

      about 19 days ago
    • Casey Jones
      Casey Jones In reply to Casey Jones

      +Stephen Herrera WRONG

      about 19 days ago
    • Stephen Herrera
      Stephen Herrera In reply to Casey Jones

      +Casey Jones Luxury Touring.

      about 21 day ago
    • Stephen Herrera
      Stephen Herrera In reply to Casey Jones

      +Eric Burk Luxury Touring?

      about 21 day ago
    • Casey Jones
      Casey Jones In reply to Casey Jones

      It is not an abbreviation for anything. It is a Chevrolet RPO code. It replaced the SS in 1973. LT is not an abbreviation for Luxury Touring. LT stands for nothing.
      A new Type LT model was offered in 1973, with a quieter and better-appointed interior, full instrumentation, Rally-style wheels, variable-ratio steering, sport mirrors, and hidden windshield wipers, among other upgrades. The Super Sport package was dropped

      about 1 month ago
    • Tommy Melton
      Tommy Melton

      I special ordered a 1973 Type LT Z/28 that had auto trans with column shift and no console. The LT emblems overrode Z/28 emblems so there was no outward indication that it was a Z/28. Only way to tell was the cowl tag.

      about 2 months ago
    • Stanley Troski
      Stanley Troski In reply to Tommy Melton

      Yes that is true. I have a friend who bought a brand new 73 lt z28. His is maroon with no stripes, lt badging all over the car, 4 speed no console chrome open element air cleaner. He still has it and it’s about 98 percent original including the paint and completely rust free.

      about 1 month ago
    • Chad White
      Chad White

      Loved your video helps me out what to look for. I'm interested in a 1971 spilt bumper rs.

      about 2 months ago
    • alberto ciulini
      alberto ciulini

      Another giveaway for the 1973 are the big front rubber bumper gaurds . That come up an over the bumper.

      about 3 months ago
    • Vincent Darsch
      Vincent Darsch

      Isn't there a difference in tail lights also? 70s had a crome ring on inside?

      about 3 months ago