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Unlike the '7011/42 Camaro Z28 and SS options, which guaranteed a four-barrel 350 at the very least, the RS (Rally Sport) option (Z22) was more about looks. This unmolested relic packs a tame 200-horse 307 and-get this-a column-shifted TH350 and nonconsole bucket-seat interior. With its integral-shift quadrant indicator located between the speedometer and fuel gauge, that's one rare instrument panel! Adding $168.55 to the base price of a V-8 Camaro, the RS option's most striking feature is the cool split-bumper grille setup. Of the 117,604 Camaros sold during the 1970 model year, 27,136 were RS equipped.