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It\'s hard to call a 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 tribute a sleeper with upgrades like the mean cowl hood and large RS-style front end. But when you lift the hood and see you have a modern LS-based fuel-injected motor and a supercharger, you realize this coupe has the power to humiliate plenty of cars that are just flexing their glamour muscles.
The Silver Blue Metallic is a great color. It looks like they mixed 1972 Camaro hues Ascot Blue and Pewter Silver. So the color looks correct for the era, but it also stands out as its unique machine. And that sets the tone right for this upgraded coupe. It has the best classic piece thanks to upgrades to a Z/28 and a Rally Sport. So you have the split bumper front end, Z/28 badging, and the cool three-piece rear spoiler. There\'s a nice glow from the paint to go well with the chrome bumpers. In total, you can tell by the fit and finish that this is meant to be a stylish Camaro that you\'re also not afraid to drive. After all, the extra tall power dome of the cowl hood signals a nice engine upgrade. And the upgraded Boss alloys not only look good, but the 18-inch size means they also let you fit some nice modern performance tires.
The interior gives an inviting presentation. There\'s a nice taut headliner, nice door panels, newer carpeting, and distinctive two-tone seats. But just like the exterior, you can tell the real passion here was for a driver\'s car. High-back front bucket seats, a center console, and a tilt steering column are nice factory-style features. These are joined by power car upgrades like the Sidewinder gated shifter, a Grant GT sports steering wheel, and an upgraded gauge package with AutoMeter Phantom readouts. And the boos gauge Terminator-X EFI controller at the center of the car lets you know this one has a performance heart.
When you want to tell people you mean business, all you have to do is lift the hood. This is an LS-based 5.3-liter fuel-injected V8. While that\'s always a desirable upgrade, what makes this the supercar of classics is the TorqStorm Supercharger filling out the side of the engine bay. It even has the right supporting pieces like the updated pulley system and Griffin aluminum radiator. A nice set of headers feeds a straight set of dual exhaust pipes for plenty of power and thunder. The upgraded motor feed into an upgraded 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission. These are known for their stout construction that can smoothly shift you into overdrive. Power steering power brakes, front discs, and rear traction bars are all about a full package that makes sure this powerful Camaro is also a blast to drive.
This is the classic Camaro with added distinction on the outside and plenty of extra power. That makes for a cool muscle machine. Call now!
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