A split-bumper 1972 Chevrolet Camaro with a mean color combo, growling V8, and four-on-the-floor. Your muscle machine fantasies start here.
These earlier examples of the second-generation Camaro already have all the right look to get your enthusiast heart pumping, and this one turns it up a notch. This aggressive red sports coupe has the kind of luster that will sparkle in the sunshine and reflect the neon at night. Plus, from the wide air dam up front, to the full-width spoiler, the car looks fast from any angle. And you simply can't go wrong with black SS stripes. The bodywork is super straight; the crease running along the side is sharp enough to give you a paper cut; and the ionic split-bumper is so well defined that it looks like it will inhale the traffic ahead. The sporty and premium finishing touch is the set of bright five-spoke 15-inch wheels.
Inside, this coupe shows off even more of its dark side with the door panels, grippy NK4 sports steering wheel, heater controls, and dashboard all in great glossy black condition. But, this sea of shadows is broken up but the white Hurst cue ball shifter. It's like a performance beacon sitting in the middle of this coupe – it's just begging you to hop in and go for a drive. Beyond the gearshift is a set of integrated auxiliary gauges for oil, water, and temperature. All of these features seem like they belong on a very serious performance car, but anytime you want to go for a therapeutic cruise, there's an AM/FM/CD stereo, too. So you can choose between spending all day behind the wheel driving it like a muscle machine or cruising your favorite tunes.
Under the hood is V8 power with all the right flair. Polished components like the valve covers, fan shroud, and Heartbeat air topper add distinction within the glossy black engine bay. more than just look good, this 350 cubic-inch powerplant has some great performance upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, the hotter cam really give it a power and poise distinction. you have complete control over this enhanced V8 and its growl thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. So there are plenty of features here that make a great recipe for racing in-between stoplights, but there's much more to this Camaro. It's a power steering car with disc brakes up front, and the grip of Goodyear Eagle GTII tires at all four corners. So, this coupe might look like the aggressor, but it makes for a fine all-day cruiser, too.
Complete with owner's manual, this Camaro has the right look, sound, and overall attitude. So we know it won't stay long in our showroom. Don't miss out, call today!