This is a hard choice, but there's no wrong answers!
When the second-generation of the Camaro rolled around, demand for the namesake was in high-demand. Chevy designed the car to have a unique new look, and it was a car you wouldn’t mistake for anything else. It was still on the popular F-Body platform, and featured a variety of engines that made it one high-performing muscle car. During the upcoming 2nd annual Brian Wedding collection auction by Freije & Freije, taking place June 24-25th, several attractive Camaros will be up for grabs. Here are two examples from the second-generation that we simply can’t decide which one we would choose, can you decide?
1972 Chevy Camaro
Finding a 1972 Chevy Camaro is this kind of condition is nearly impossible these days. This red with white striped Camaro is in show condition and needs nothing but a new owner. It is powered by a 350 cubic-inch engine, which is backed by an automatic transmission. See it here.
1973 Chevy Camaro
If you're looking for a 1973 Camaro, look no futher than this Camaro RS LT. This Camaro is powered by a 350 cubic-inch V8 engine, which is backed by an automatic transmission. See it here.
These Camaros and many other classic and collector vehicles will be sold at The 2ND Annual Brian Wedding Collection Auction presented by FREIJE AUCTIONEERS- JUNE 24-25TH @ 9 AM CDT. Visit 2ND ANNUAL BRIAN WEDDING COLLECTION AUCTION PRESENTED BY FREIJE AUCTIONEERS- JUNE 24-25TH @ 9 AM CDT for more information