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Seven Hills Motorcars is glad to offer this numbers matching 1972
Camaro in excellent driver condition. The car has great lines; one
can even see how clean the car is underneath in the photos below of
the car on a lift. This Camaro is very original, totally stock,
unmodified, and unmolested. Additionally, the 1970 to 1973 Camaros
are the most sought-after of the second generation body style. This
is an excellent opportunity to own a classic Camaro that is ready
to be used and enjoyed at an unbeatable value. One could easily buy
this car now and sell it for more than the purchase price in years
to come as these F-Body's are appreciating fast and the market on
them is red hot right now.
The Spring Green (36) over White Standard interior (780) is a very
rare and beautiful color combination that looks stunning on the
car. It is also the correct and original color scheme as verified
by the codes on the trim tag, which is pictured in this ad. Besides
the correct paint and interior codes this Corvette is "numbers
matching" meaning the engine in the car is the original unit that
was installed new at the factory. The last six digits of the VIN
are stamped on the engine pad and pictured in this ad verifying it
as the original engine that was installed at the factory in
Norwood, OH in 1971. Please peruse all of the photos, numbers,
video, and information in this ad to get a true sense of clean,
nice, and original this Camaro really is.
As a side note, this Camaro is not a dealer auction vehicle. We
hand pick each car after careful inspection. Our classics come from
owners who expect their cars to go to someone that will give the
vehicle the same care and attention as they did. We invite and
encourage you to examine the car in person or have the car
inspected. Please take the time to scrutinize each picture. We
photograph each vehicle to the greatest extent so you can feel
confident about your purchase. If you have a question about the
Camaro, just give us a call.
The Green exterior is in nice driver condition. As one can see in
the photos, the paint has an awesome gloss and dazzling shine. The
chrome and other bright work look great with a brilliant finish and
no pitting. The white vinyl top is in great shape. The rally wheels
are in great condition with a nice finish and no curd rash. The
Hankook white wall tires have about 95% tread left. As one can see
in the many photos of the underside the bottom of the car is clean.
We have included specific photos of the spring perches, rockers,
lower quarter panels, and other areas most prone to rust on a
second generation Camaro to show how it looks.
Window Date Codes
Please note that almost all of the glass on this Camaro both pieces
of door glass and the rear window all date coded and original as
each piece predates the car's body build date of the fourth week of
October, 1971 (10D). Original glass is a good indication that this
car has had no major accident history and never sustained
The white interior of the Camaro is in fantastic condition. The
seats look just in person as they do in the photos with no rips,
split seams, or excessive wear. The seats are not overly worn in
the typical area on the bolster where the driver gets in and out.
The gauge faces are clean and crisp and the gauge lenses are clear.
The carpet is in great condition with no stains, rips, or holes.
This includes the rear carpet, which is often neglected. The door
panels are in good condition overall and fit well to the doors. The
door pulls are solid and in tact. The modern radio works well and
gets good reception. The dash looks great with no splits, sun
fading, or cracks. The original package tray is not warped.
Camaro interiors from this era are not known to wear well and the
excellent condition of this interior is a huge testament to the
meticulous care and attention this car has received throughout its
This Camaro is in seems to be in good mechanical condition. The
numbers matching engine starts right away every time, runs well,
and idles smooth. This Camaro is a nice driver that feels great on
the road. In the video below one can observe the car accelerating
on the highway up to about 70mph, shifting through all the gears,
braking to stoplight, and going through some curves. Please note
that there are no strange noises or vibrations and the car performs
quite well overall. The brakes are responsive and do not pull to
one side or the other. The transmission shifts well throughout the
power band. This Camaro has plenty of power and is quite fast.
Also, the engine compartment is beautifully clean, detailed,
correct, and original as one can see in the photos. The horn works
as do the wipers, exterior lights, interior lights, and dash
lights. The blower works only on high speed. The a/c compressor
clicks on and engages properly. The a/c works and blows cold, but
could probably stand a shot of Freon to get icy cold. The car has a
very health exhaust note as one can hear in the video. The fuel
gauge does not work. Not enough can be said as to how much of a
pleasure it is to drive this car.
Overall, this 1972 Camaro is in excellent condition. The unmolested
originality, numbers matching engine, and the beautiful color
scheme make this car particularly desirable. Original and
unmolested examples of the second generation Camaros are hard to
find and draw a huge premium in the current market. Numbers
matching and originality is extremely important in Camaro pricing
and as one can see this car is very original and correct. Cars like
this are the Barrett Jackson stars of the future.
This Camaro always gets a ton of attention driving down the road.
It is very apparent that the vehicle has been well taken care of by
its previous owners. The prices of second generation Camaros have
increased drastically over the past years, especially for
exceptional examples like this car. They are secure and wise
investments for a collector. One could easily enjoy this vehicle
for several years and sell it for more than the purchase price with
Other sellers are not taking the time to show the car is in such
great detail with so many photos and a video as well as giving you
all of the other numbers. As stated above, numbers matching is
extremely important in Chevrolet pricing and will become even more
important as time passes and this car becomes older and even more
rare. This information is very valuable and important for pricing.
Any perspective buyer, for any of our vehicles or from other
sellers, should ask for all the numbers and information before he
or she makes a purchase.
Thank you for looking and please do not hesitate to email or call
with any questions.
item number description VIN 1Q87F2N126780 The first digit "1"
indicated the Chevrolet division of GM. The "Q" is the series,
Camaro. The "87" is the body style, 2 door sport coupe. The fifth
digit is the engine F, correct for a Camaro. The sixth digit "2"
indicates the model year, 1972. The "N" is the plant where the car
was produced, Norwood. The last five digits are a sequence number
so this is the 26,780th Camaro made for 1972 Body Build Date 10D
"10" is the tenth month of the year and "D" is the Fourth Week,
indicating that the body build date is the fourth week of October
1971. Engine Code T1015 &...for more information please contact