This 1972 Chevrolet Camaro takes everything you love about these
2nd gen coupes and upgrades it. That's how you get vibrant paint on
a more aggressive exterior, extra comfort in the custom A/C
interior, and a performance-built big block under the hood that was
made to eat the streets.
This coupe loves to radiate with the awesome orange paint. It's a
modern clearcoat application that has a ton of luster. As the light
rolls across this coupe body, you can really see how crisp the
sheet metal is. So it's instantly apparent there was a ton of time,
effort, and money invested in a comprehensive restoration. This
really gets all the aggressive details right with the full racing
stipes painted on top, a deep chin spoiler, and a full-width rear
spoiler. And the split-bumper RS front end give this a large dark
grille that makes this look like it's out to swallow lesser cars
whole. There's even more intimidation with the well-done upgrades.
There's a large power bulge on the super scoop cowl hood. Plus,
those Year One alloys look like classic Rally wheels that came on
these Camaros, but they're actually a larger 17-inch size that can
better accommodate upgraded tires.
Inside is a crisp interior done in a muscle car friendly black. You
have newer pieces like the door panels and headliner. Plus, the
seats are an upgraded package from TMI. Not only do you get nice
contrast stitching, but also those front buckets have the right
cushioning and bolstering to be all-day comfortable. There are more
nice comfort upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input and
cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. This is also set up to be a
true driver's machine. There are classic elements like the NK4
sports steering wheel and horseshoe shifter in the center console.
And now that's joined by a Dakota Digital upgraded gauge package
with large speedo and tach.
When you lift the hood, the smooth inner fenders and firewall
funnel all your attention to the monster in the middle. Most of the
lines and wires are hidden on this 454 cubic-inch V8 so that you
can really put the full power on display. This is a crate motor
with the right go-fast goodies like aluminum heads, balanced crank,
a four-barrel carburetor, and shorty headers feeding a rumbling
dual exhaust. There are also right supporting components, like the
upgraded pulleys, Optima red top battery, and an aluminum radiator
w/electric fan. As you look underneath the car, you'll see more
evidence of the full restoration. This includes the details like
newer bushings and ribbed pan on the three-speed automatic
transmission. Plus, there's upgraded Wilwood four-wheel power disc
brakes, power steering, and added grip from the modern performance
Complete with owner's manual, this is a fully restored and custom
coupe coming out of a private collection. As it turns out someone
else's dream car is your dream car, too. So time to make it a
reality in your driveway. Call now!