This 1972 Camaro Is The Restomod Of Your Dreams And It Is Selling At GAA This Weekend

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Attention to detail is this restomod’s specialty.

The second-generation Chevrolet Camaro is widely regarded as one of the most iconic figures in American Pony car history. Who could forget the sleek, and subtle Coke bottle Body Lines and lightweight chassis that hosted any number of high-powered American V8. However, past 1973, the second generation of the Camaro started to dive into a part of its history that most people like to avoid. That makes it incredibly difficult to find good examples, and even when you can find the desirable ones a lot of them have crashed or have experienced high levels of aging. Somehow, I don't think that'll be a problem with this car.

That has a lot to do with the fact that this car is a full-blown resting mod, something you can see just by looking at the LED headlights and redesigned rear bumper. A smooth Gray covers the entire exterior while one large racing stripe wraps around the top of the vehicle. Truly, it is Pleasant to look at but it's even more fun when you open the door. That's because you get a glimpse of the modern Automotive building community's best Technologies with a smooth, very comfortable brown leather seating arrangement and black gauge cluster.

All of these things are well and good but the real showstopper has to be the fuel-injected LS3 6.2-liter V8 engine under the hood. This incredible piece of American Powerhouse design comes from the factory with a little over 470 horsepower, that's not even counting any sort of modifications they might have done to the car and its current state. All of that power flows through Tremec's six-speed manual transmission, the kind of gearbox that will show you all there is to appreciate with an easily controlled classic car. With all of this in mind, you might be concerned about stopping power, though you certainly shouldn't be with a set of wheel Woods keeping you nice and safe. Overall, it's an incredible piece of rest and modding art, maybe you should even consider adding this Camaro to your Automotive collection.

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