Sleek, stunning, powerful, and loaded...this 1972 Chevrolet Camaro
Z/28 LS1 Restomod is a fresh build with everything you want. So as
you spot the fuel-injected Corvette heart, six-speed, detailed
paintwork, and custom A/C interior, you can see that this one nails
your full wish list.
The VIN tells us that this is a real-deal Z/28, and so that already
has plenty of you out there excited. And that's also why they took
the time to restore this one right. It takes the proper Z-car
attitude, and turns up the performance and aggression. You really
see it in the paint. With less than 100 miles on the full build,
this has the sleek kind of black that makes the hard shine look
wet. Not only does this luster add definition to the extra crisp
sheetmetal, but also to the aggressive Z/28 parts, like the deep
chin spoiler and full width rear spoiler. This has the iconic
pieces you love, like the RS-style front end with mirror-like split
bumpers and a big/aggressive grille at the center. And some of the
upgrades are quite subtle. Only the Z-cars get to properly wear
racing stripes, so detail-oriented people will love when they
discover the dark gray ones that have a ghost-like appearance.
Plus, the wheels look like classic Z/28 units, but the larger
17-inch size means you get to fit modern sport tires.
The interior keeps the fresh feeling going in this restored coupe.
The seats, door panels, carpet, headliner, and dash all have a new
like appearance. This was upgraded for added comfort with a
retro-style AM/FM digital stereo and cold-blowing air conditioning.
But what you'll really love is how this was made just for the
driver. You have an upgraded sports steering wheel on a tilt
column, and that gives you a clear view of the full Dakota Digital
gauge package. And the large tach goes especially well with the
Hurst shifter. Plus, it will be hard to beat the feeling of
awakening the beast with the push-button start.
While the Z-cars of this era were known for a hot 350 cubic-inch V8
under the hood, this one keeps the displacement but upgrades it to
a modern juggernaut. It's a fuel-injected 5.7-liter LS1 borrowed
from a far more modern Corvette. These LS motors are the backbone
of what keeps Chevy muscle so desirable in modern times. And this
one is installed with some great upgrades, too, like an aluminum
radiator, Dirty Dingo brackets, and shorty headers that feed into a
rather straight set of dual exhaust pipes. You get to take full
advantage of this powerhouse upgrade, because it's also mated to
the correct six-speed manual transmission. The undercarriage photos
remind you how fresh this build is over every inch, and that also
means useful details, like new bushings. Add in four-wheel power
disc brakes and grippy ZR-rated tires, and you have an awesomely
When you find an iconic Z/28 that's this sleek, dark, powerful, and
accommodating, you know you can't delay. Call now!