Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this outstanding 1972 Chevrolet Camaro! This incredible representation of modified customized GM American muscle is on display in our Tampa Showroom. This Camaro has only been driven 3500 miles since its build. Its powered by a bored and stroked 350 which equates to the total displacement to 383 C.I.D. and dynoed at 523 horsepower without the 250 shot of Nitrous; with the Nitrous it made 742 to the rear wheels. Over $12K went into the engine build alone. It features a 4 Bolt Main Block was used with splayed main caps and clearances for the stroker kit. Eagle 4340 Forged Stroker Crank alone with Eagle H Bea Rods , J&E Forged Nitrous Pistons rated at 10.5:1 compression for pump gas. Transmission is a Turbo 350 with all billet internals, 400 stall, B&M His and Her Shifter with Line-Lock. The car is adorned in a $25K custom airbrushed House of Kolor Paint job that is a memorial to the World War 2 Pilots. The paint job alone took over 3 years to complete and is absolutely stunning. The wheel package consists of Weld Pro-Star wheels with New Tires. The interior sports numerous options and comforts with equipment such as, new seats, new foam,, new dash , new carpet. Original gage cluster was replaces with a digital dash, $2k Sony / Radio / TV stereo system with subwoofer and amp that sounds amazing, Glass T-Tops were professionally incorporated into the body as no T-top option was available in 1972, but it looks like it they were installed at the factory and countless other accents and amenities for your driving pleasure. Whether you're out for a drive around town or headed to a Car show, every head is sure to turn! To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this 1972 Chevrolet Camaro, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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