1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 for sale 100990176
1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
$32,000
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1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

$32,000

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Aransas Pass, TX 78336

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Classic Car Overview

Real 1972 Z28. Only ~2500 Z28s were built in 1972 due to the strike shortened year. My Z28 was built in the 2nd week of December 1971. It has had a body-off restoration, and everything has either been rebuilt or replaced.

It has a non-matching, but correct 4-bolt main 350 CI block. Casting number is 3970010, and was cast in September 1970. Engine was built to 1970 LT-1 specs. Has 1970 LT-1 heads, casting number 3927186, steel forged crank , 11:1 forged pistons, Crane blue print Z28 cam. Numbers matching Winters aluminum intake and Holley carb. The numbers matching Holley carb was rebuilt by Holley, and is in a box in the trunk. A Pertronix billet electronic ignition distributor was used instead of the original points style distributor.

Car is equipped with M-21 close ratio 4spd that was completely rebuilt, with vintage 1972 Hurst competition shifter, and vintage T-handle.

Car has Hedman ceramic-coated headers with Pypes 2.5 inch SS exhaust (transverse muffler), and chrome exhaust tips. It has a Denny's aluminum driveshaft, and the original 3.73 posi rear, with all new suspension, including all springs. Koni gas shocks were used.

Everything on the car works.

I replaced the clock in the dash with an Oil pressure gauge, but looks original. It now has a 150 MPH speedometer and an 8K tach from a 1970 Z28 to go with the engine.

The stripes are painted, not decals. PPG multi-stage paint. Car is painted Sequoia Green, which is what it was born with. The car does have some blemishes in the paint. I have attached some pictures showing the blemishes. 

The bumpers are original and have been re-chromed. Original bumpers are hard to find today, and most restored cars now have reproduction bumpers.

The car has a "standard" black interior, is a non-console car, and is radio-delete car. I did have the car wired for a radio during the restoration. The car now has 3-point seat belts.

This is a Texas car, with a clear Texas title.

To see a a video of the Z28 running, do a search for "Walk around my 1972 Z28" on youtube.com

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    1287L2N147137
  • Classic Car ID
    100990176
  • Stock Number
    N/A
  • Category
    Muscle & Pony Cars
  • Body Style
    Coupe
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Condition
    Restored and ready to go. It is in excellent condition, except for some blemishes in the paint.
  • Mileage
    74,000 miles
  • Engine
    8 Cylinder
  • Drivetrain
    N/A
  • Transmission
    4 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Color
    Green
  • Custom Color
    No

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