Beautifully restored 1972 Z28 in the correct code 57 Golden Brown and code 780 White standard interior. Has only been driven approx. 3,000 miles since a complete rotisserie restoration was completed in early 2010. This was a very clean original car to begin with so rust was not a problem.�
Runs and drives incredible with it's original matching number engine, heads, intake, carburetor, transmission and rear end. 1 of only 767 M22 4 speed transmission Camaros made in 1972. Factory 3:73 Posi rear. Engine has been rebuilt to look stock but now boasts 383 stroker internals with 434 horsepower that more than make up for the factory horsepower drop in 1972. Headers are the only outward sign of the upgrade. Has a beautiful sound and idle.
Undercarriage has been fully restored with the correct red oxide color and all of the factory paint dabs. All parts are finished as they should be and look great. During the restoration one of the liberties taken towards a more personalized car was re-arching the rear springs and using Eibach front springs to get the car lower to the ground and avoid the just restored 4X4 look.�
This is a very rare car since 1972 production was stalled due to the union strike and only 2,575 Z28s were made. Original dealer invoice included. This car also came with the rare VF3 deluxe bumper option. These bumpers are not currently installed but do come with the car.
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