Ready To Rock: A 1972 Chevrolet Camaro That Is Begging For The Corners!


Ready To Rock: A 1972 Chevrolet Camaro That Is Begging For The Corners!

A rollcage, sidepipes, and fenders flared enough for some wide-by-huge steamroller-style wheel and tire packages, all combined onto an early second gen Camaro makes for a lot of potential fun. This one looks like it can be a riot…the look is a blend of IMSA and Trans-Am flavors with a hint of the Gumball Rally Camaro, the running gear is a 383 small-block and a TH350 that are barely broken in, and a pile of parts await upon purchase, including a second set of wheels and tires, a quick change rear, and the original front bumper.

Wait, it’s only a small-block underhood? Actually…I’m kind of ok with that, so long as that little Mouse motor can climb the tach like a NASCAR racer trying to earn back positions at the Daytona 500. Combined with looks that all but promise that the local law enforcement is going to have a word with you, all I can see this Camaro being is a riot. Some paint would be a nice touch, though…maybe a Baldwin-Motion Phase III style stripe setup? Nah…not until the car runs at least in the elevens at the strip. Maybe a replica of Dick Brown’s #86 Camaro would be more appropriate?

Craigslist Link: 1972 Chevrolet Camaro

 


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4 thoughts on “Ready To Rock: A 1972 Chevrolet Camaro That Is Begging For The Corners!

  1. Matt Cramer

    I’m not disappointed in the small block – this car looks like it shouldn’t be running anything else, for some reason. And the motor looks the part, although I’m not sure if it can back that looks up or not. It just looks like somebody tried to clean up a dirt track machine… but not too much.

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