As the owner of a 1970 Camaro, you are in awe of its rugged good looks. It is lower to the ground and bigger than previous models, making it instantly recognizable as a second generation Camaro. In fact, 1970 was the first year of this second generation. When you climb inside you will discover functional gauges and switches, and either cloth or vinyl upholstery. However, you will not find anything flashy or luxurious, as that is not what this car is about. It was made by Chevrolet to offer drivers affordable style and performance. Once you switch on the engine that performance will overtake your senses. For example, the 1970 Camaro Z28 was one of the first of the second generation cars released, and has a V8 that puts out between 350 to 375 horsepower, depending on the model. The powerful 6.5 liter 1970 Camaro SS is not far behind, at 350 horsepower. You can still find good examples of these and other used models from reliable sellers on eBay. When it was produced, the 1970 Camaro could reach a quarter mile in 14.2 seconds, and get to 100 mph in the same time. This is a car that wants to be noticed, whether it is sitting in your drive, or tearing up the highway.