213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 tribute has been given all the right big investment to straddle the line between sleek restomod and all-out pro-street machine. Besides, with fresh black paint, a competition-ready interior, and a performance-built fuel-injected 502ci big block under the hood, the only word that full describes this full custom build is "awesome."
This one is a true intimidator. The black paint sets the tone correctly with a deep and glossy finish that shows off a recent quality respray. It makes this Camaro both mean and attractive. This one celebrates the best the Camaro offered with the means Z/28 look with a deep chin spoiler and full-width rear spoiler. It also has the full Rally Sport style with the special front lights, and the dual bumpers that make way for the big grille used to consume all inferior cars ahead of it. And while this one shows off the clean lines that makes the 2nd-gen Camaro a legend, there's also something unmistakably upgraded about this coupe. The tall cowl hood, dark 18-inch Billet Specialties wheels, red brake calipers, and extra wide rear tires lets everyone know this one knows how to own the streets.
The mean black attitude continues inside, and it also has the unmistakable look of investment in performance. The Cerullo racing style bucket seats have the body-gripping design that will keep you planted - especially because you also have RJS Racing harnesses. The four-point roll cage adds strength to the car while extending into the trunk to help protect the fuel cell. The interior was done with keeping comfort in mind. So the carpeting, headliner, and dash all have the a nice and inviting feeling. There are also nice features like an armrest enter console and AM/FM/CD stereo. And to keep this a driver-focused car, there are upgrades like the Lecarra steering wheel on a tilt column, B&M shifter, and updated AutoMeter UltraLite gauges.
With exterior and interior built for show and performance, prepare to be absolutely impressed when you lift the hood. This is a tidy setup of big block 502 V8 crate motor. The big shine from all the polished components tells you there was plenty $$$$ invested here. And more than just looking award-worthy, the total involvement was also about fortifying and enhancing the motor for performance. It's a balanced and blueprinted total setup with ported and polished aluminum heads, Crower billet hydraulic roller camshaft, Manley valve springs, roller rockers, and an Edelbrock dual plane intake. It's topped with a new FAST 2.0 electronic fuel injection system for the best in steadfast power delivery. Plus, you have all the right supporting components, like MSD Ignition, high torque starter, Optima red top battery, Moroso oil pan, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fans. The full package is estimated to put down over 650 horsepower. And this superiority is announced by the growl you get from the Hooker Competition ceramic-coated headers as they feed the dual exhaust with Black Widow mufflers. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission was built to handle this enormous power, including a Coan Racing torque converter. It feeds a strong Ford 9-inch rear with 3.90 Richmond gears. As you check it all out in the undercarriage photos, you'll love to see how solid the build is, including the Global West front A-arms, sway bar, and subframe connectors. There's also power steering, upgraded four-wheel power disc brakes, and modern Nitto sports tires to complete the full street machine package.
Complete with owner's manual and build receipts, this is a mean-looking, mean-sounding, and dominatingly powerful custom Camaro. So if you want to own every inch of blacktop with this black beauty, call today!
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