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"Good things come to those who wait," and muscle car lovers who waited for the February '70 introduction of the second-generation Chevrolet Camaro were glad they did. Retaining only the 108" wheelbase of its predecessor, the design was all new, and the baddest of the bunch came dressed in the Z/28 performace package. Its new 350 cid. LT-1 engine - designed for racing in the SCCA Trans Am Series - could eclipse the 1/4-mile in 14.2 seconds. The Z/28 model also treated buyers to special instrumentation, dual exhaust, black-painted grille, special hood and rear-deck stripes and Z/28 emblems on the grille, front fenders and rear deck lid. When high-horsepower output was becoming a thing of the past due to strict crash and emission regulations, the second generation '73 Chevy Z28 remained the lone performance Camaro. Under its hood, the 350 V8 engine performed admirably, although its power was decreased with the switch from hydraulic to solid lifters. The car maintained its rugged appearance and - although it was unheard of during the muscle car era - air conditioning was available for the Z-28 for the first time.
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