Built the third week of March at Chevrolet’s Norwood, Ohio plant, this 1972 Chevrolet Camaro originally started life as a 350 V8 car painted in Mohave Gold with a tan interior but has since undergone a radical transformation into a Z/28 replica. Under the hood now lives a rebuilt 454 big block engine that has only 1,500 miles and has been upgraded with a Holley 750cfm double pumper carb with electric choke conversion mounted on an Edelbrock Performer 2.0 intake. Other engine upgrades include an MSD billet distributor, MSD 6AL-2 ignition, MSD Blaster SS coil, Comp Cams Thumpr 283T cam, ceramic-coated long tube headers, and a Ron Davis radiator and mated to the 454 is a rebuilt TH350 transmission. Underneath the Camaro there is a Chevrolet 10-bolt rear end with a Hotchkis rear sway bar, while up front the entire front-end has been rebuilt with a Polygraphite Super suspension kit from Performance Suspension Technology and all the bushings have been replaced with Energy Suspension parts giving the Camaro sure-footed handling and a positive road feel. Additionally, the Camaro features front and rear power disc brakes along with power steering for better handling and safety. Inside the interior, the black interior shows well with reupholstered seats and the car has received a completely new American Autowire wiring harness, along with a complete Autometer gauge set which includes a tachometer, speedometer, and gauges for fuel, volts, oil pressure, and water temperature and a B&M Quicksilver automatic shifter has been added as well. The car rides on a set of B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A 255/60R15 tires mounted on factory Z/28 5-spoke wheels with new Z/28 center caps. The orange exterior of the Camaro shows very well with only minor imperfections and has been retrofitted with a 1970-71 Z/28 front grille, bumper, turn signals, and badges. This ’72 Camaro handles great, sounds awesome, and runs and drives even better and the work put into it make it a reliable and heavy-hitting street car that can be enjoyed anywhere you want to go.