The second-generation Chevrolet Camaro debuted in 1970 at the Chicago Motor Show. It was an American pony car that the onlookers went wild for, thanks to its new knockout styling and impressive engine. However, Camaro production hit an all-time low in 1972 due to the United Auto Workers strike, which shut down the plant for 174 days. The low unit production and escalating cost of high-performance cars make the ’72 Camaro particularly rare. This unspoiled 1972 Chevrolet Camaro located in Florida is the best-selling coupe version of the Camaro. With 100000 miles on its clock, it features new exterior and interior upgrades while retaining its original appearance.
The Camaro went into its second generation with a longer, lower and wider body style. It was a sturdy two-door sports car meant to be more of a ‘Driver’s car’ than the first-generation Camaro. Our subject ’72 Camaro is freshly painted in white with contrasting black Camaro rally stipes completing its sporty air. The massive blacked-out grille and bumper call out to enthusiasts who enjoy classics with aggressive looks. It received new 10-spoke silver Ridler wheels and ATR Sport tires. The black interior can carry five passengers in comfort and features new upholstery, a new 3-spoke steering wheel, new functioning hidden stereo and new glass.
While making all the right crackles and rumbles, the 350CI engine – otherwise known as a 5.7L V8 – under the hood of this 1972 Chevrolet Camaro can kick out 255 horsepower. Control of the power is tackled through an automatic transmission. Featuring power steering and disk brakes, this ’72 Camaro offers its driver an enjoyable, stress-free driving experience.
- Up For Sale is Our 1972 Chevrolet Camaro
- New Paint
- New Wheels
- New Tires
- New Upholstery
- New Hidden Stereo
- New Steering Wheel
- New Glass
- Power Steering
- Disc Brakes
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