This Awesome 1972 Camaro Split-Bumper RestoMod, finished in show-quality Hugger Orange with Black Hood Stripes, is the product of a Complete Frame Off Restoration and is Immaculate Throughout. Power comes from a Pro-Built Chevrolet 6.0L V8 LS Engine and is delivered to pavement thru a Turbo 400 Automatic Transmission. 3.73 Posi-Traction Rear End. 4-Wheel Disc Brakes. Upgraded 20" Ridler chrome wheels with New Nankang high-performance tires. All-Original Sheet Metal. Front & Rear Spoilers. Air Conditioning and Heater. Professionally installed custom interior with power windows and power seats along with two-tone bucket seats, center console w/shifter, custom dash highlighted with digital gauges, upgraded Pioneer audio system with CD/USB. Completely restored and extremely high quality throughout with expert paint finish and excellent panel fit. If a fully restored classic American muscle car that's in outstanding condition throughout has made it to your short list, then do yourself a favor and come check out this 1972 Camaro. This car is ready to be driven, shown, admired and enjoyed for years to come.The early '60s and '70s Camaros are one of those timeless designs that look good no matter how the car is built. Stock, modified, race, pro-touring, whatever; the clean lines and balanced stance on these muscle cars create a tough appearance with a classic swagger. If you're ready to stand out with an iconic muscle car that is the perfect mix of classic muscle car attitude and first class modern performance, featuring an awesome combination of no-nonsense looks and excellent street manners, this 1972 Camaro is your kind of car.This '72 Camaro is certainly an attention grabber and has benefited from a comprehensive restoration. Repainted in eye-catching Hugger Orange, the body on this Chevy is outstanding, straight panels with the correct gaps show the high-level of craftsmanship that this car was subject to. All the exterior chrome and brightwork was replated, repolished or replaced during the restoration. Refurbished Fuel and Exhaust Systems, Electrical and Ignition System, Cooling System, and all New Belts and Hoses.Inside, the cabin is also in outstanding condition throughout and features bucket front seats, and the floor mounted shifter with console. The dash, fascia, gauges and controls, headliner, glovebox, carpets, knobs, and lights are all in excellent order. The trunk, as well, shows excellent. Undercarriage and all running gear are in outstanding, factory-fresh condition. This Camaro's fantastic curb appeal and commanding presence make it difficult not to fall in love with this near 50-year-old classic.For more information, or to discuss delivery arrangements for adding this radical '72 Camaro RestoRod to your collection, contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants today or always feel free to drop by our Bellevue, WA facility - Home to the West Coast's Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles. With 200+ Always on Site, Nobody Has What We Have!
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