1972 Chevrolet Camaro- BEING SOLD AT BARRET JACKSON, NORTH EAST @ NO RESERVE, JUNE 23RD- LOT # 372.1
This Rotisserie restoration was a one owner, Arizona car its whole life until it was moved to Pennsylvania in 2013. It had an almost rust free original body with a flawless frame, and was completed by GQ Creations-Auto, adding their typical twist and converting it into this gorgeous Resto-Mod.
Every part of the car is new, rebuilt or refurbished to an even higher level than when it was new.
467 Big Block with only break in miles, 430 hp and 526 ft lbs of torque with Dyno papers and receipts
Original 4 Speed Muncie Trans
Global West Tubular Control arms and Sub Frame Connectors
QA-1 Adjustable coil over shocks
4 wheel Wilwood Power Disc Brakes with 6 piston calipers
Custom Rave Leather Interior
Positive Traction Rear
Stainless Steel Exhaust
18” Boss Rims with new Sumitomo Tire
We have MANY restoration photos from start to finish.
Call GQ Creations- Auto 717-816-5444
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