350 V8, AUTO, NEAR PERFECT PAINT & BODY, CORRECT COLOR, CLASSIC GEN 2!
With its aggressive stance, brilliant Flame Orange paint job, and cackling small block under the hood, this 1972 Camaro Z/28 coupe is an awesome show and go piece that will make you smile every time you see it. It's got the right stance, the right hardware, and a bunch of attitude to go with it, making it an ideal choice for cruise nights and having fun.
Second generation Camaros are gaining a lot of momentum in the collector car market, and whether they're stock, or lightly modified like this one, they remain brilliant performers with timeless good looks that will never go out of style. This was never a low-profile car, and it was repainted just recently in its original code 65 Flame Orange, which was Gen-Two talk for Hugger Orange. It's got a super-aggressive look that doesn't dilute the car's identity, and finish quality is quite good overall. Take, for example, the cowl induction hood, which is a traditional Camaro upgrade that looks absolutely right on this '72, especially in a slightly exaggerated form. Dig the blacked-out grille and slender chrome bumperettes which define the early Gen-Two F-bodies, along with those perfectly applied white SS stripes buried under the clear for a seamless look. Adding just the right balance to the hood, the large rear spoiler is a three-piece unit that allows the trunk to open and looks like it belongs on a Trans-Am racer. Along the way, you'll also notice crisp body lines, excellent panel prep, great gaps, and a deep finish that will be a pleasure to wax on a Saturday afternoon. If you're looking for a great hobby car, this Camaro does it all extremely well.
The black bucket seat interior is almost 100% stock, and with the redesigned Camaro, GM got it right on the first try. Those deep buckets were some of the more supportive seats on the market in 1972, complementing the car's impressive cornering abilities. A center console with that cool horseshoe shifter are a connection to the earlier Camaro, and the steering wheel atop the tilt column is surely designed to resemble early race car rims. This one also offers a rather handsome burled walnut dash applique', grippy fabric on the seats, and an AM/FM/cassette radio that could probably do with an upgrade. In back, the clean trunk carries a reproduction mat that gives it an OEM look.
The redesigned Camaro made great use of improved suspension geometry and a 350 cubic inch small block under the hood gives this '72 impressive handling and light steering that make it a pleasure to drive. The engine bay was clearly nicely detailed, with lots of chrome and polished aluminum. However, it's not just for show, as it runs well thanks to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, Street Dominator intake manifold, and chrome long-tube headers; heck, if you don't drive 'em, you may as well collect clocks. Bright Chevy Orange engine paint looks fresh and the engine bay's condition suggests that this car has lived someplace warm all its life. The TH350 3-speed automatic offers snappy shifts and powers a 10-bolt rear end. The suspension has been lowered a bit, giving the car a predatory stance that eliminates fender gap with those big wheels and the recent Flowmaster exhaust system sounds fantastic. Those are 18-inch American Racing Torque Thrust wheels wearing 235/45/18 front and massive 255/40/18 rear performance radials.
This 1972 Camaro is exactly the kind of car that never lasts long on the showroom floor, so call today!
- Power Steering
- Cloth Interior
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Brakes
- AM/FM Radio
- Tilt Wheel
- Exterior Color
- Flame Orange
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- Rear End
- 10 Bolt
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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