With just 2K miles put on the car since its restoration.
Vanguard Motor Sales is pleased to announce this beautiful 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod up for sale. It’s a pristine example of a classic that never goes out of style. This Camaro is sporting the original, unmolested floor pans, with new sheet metal on the quarter panels, doors, and front fenders. It received bumpers a new grille, and all-new bumpers, light bezels and lenses. What’s more, this car has all-new weather stripping, trim pieces, glass, and window frame moldings. All of the nuts, bolts, screws, and fasteners are new stainless-steel ones. It’s not hard to see that this ’72 Camaro SS was treated well and received a thorough restoration with precise attention to detail. The current asking price for this beauty is set at $62,900, but feel free to make an offer on the car here.
This stunning Hugger Orange Chevy Camaro sports a Heidt’s Pro-G front subframe with rack and pinion steering, Tubular A-arms, and dropped spindles. It rides on Heidt’s 4-link rear suspension with subframe connectors and adjustable coilover billet shocks on all four corners. It also has heavy-duty sway bars, body mounts and suspension bushings. The full chassis was tuned by a race car shop; the ad says that this Camaro was set up to be a “G-Machine.” It rides on 17x8-inch Coy’s Wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxes RA1 tires.
This Camaro is powered by a ZZ4 350 cubic-inch V8 crate engine mated to a T-56 six-speed manual transmission with a Hurst shifter. The car received a new hydraulically actuated clutch, Hedman ceramic-coated street headers, and a custom bent stainless exhaust system with Y-pipe and dual-tone mufflers. This combination produces 360 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. All of that power reaches the rebuilt 10-bolt 3:42 rear end and is put to a stop via Wilwood disc brakes at the front and rear, with new stainless-steel brake lines. A new fuel tank and fuel lines were recently installed.
This 1972 Camaro received a professional body shop paint job in Hugger Orange with pearl white stripes. Not only is the outside of this car beautiful, but the cabin is a looker as well. The custom interior was done by Extreme Upholstery. It includes a Classic Industries air conditioning system, and a Classic Dash insert with Auto Meter speedometer, tachometer, and gauges. New seat belts (three-point in the front), new carpets, and new floor mats were added. Only 2,000 miles were clocked since the restoration. Now all that’s missing is a new owner to enjoy it.