1972 Chevy Camaro

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Camaro Sport Coupe Second Generation

1972 was a low-production year due to a strike at the plant where the cars were being produced, and the ’72 was one of the lowest production years ever. Sales were also declining due to the drop in performance options, and on top of all of that, over 1,000 Camaros were scrapped because they did not meet the new federal safety standards with the bumper. The second-generation Camaro’s styling was inspired by Ferrari and was also bigger, heavier and no longer available as a convertible. Still based on the Nova, the new Camaro was engineered much like its predecessor in that it still used a unibody structure with a front subframe, leaf springs in the back and A-arms up front for suspension. Those A-arms were freshly designed and the steering gear moved from the back to the front of the front axle, but otherwise the basic mechanical pieces were familiar. Distinguishable for the new year was a grill with a large egg crate. Three-point shoulder belts were installed for the first time, and this year would be the last year SS models were produced until 1996.


  • Rust Free
  • New Paint
  • All New interior
  • 350 Cu. In. Engine
  • Automatic Turbo 350 Trasmission
  • 10 Bolt rear
  • 3.55 gear ratio with posi
  • Power Steering and Brakes
  • Factory air – not hooked up
  • Z28 wheels
  • Brand New Tires
  • Miles Exempt: 14,652
  • VIN: 1Q87H2N102350
  • Needs Nothing

Listing Price of $26,500 OBO


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