4610 Pet Lane
This 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Restomod has a bold upgraded look on the outside, a comfy air-conditioned inside, and a hardy fuel-injected V8 under the hood. So as you look over every detail from the slick paint to the four-wheel disc brakes you'll find out that this upgraded coupe checks off your full list for the ideally restored classic.
The upgraded Exotic Red paint lives up to its name. It has a vibrant style that knows how to grab attention, and the professional application has a gloss that loves to let the light dance across the coupe. the full paint and bodywork package really deliver a quality presentation. This one seems to maximize all the best pieces you love on a 2nd gen Camaro. For example, the upgraded Rally Sport front end gets even more attention drawn to it with the LED headlight above the split bumpers and a bright billet grille in the middle. The cowl hood is extra tall to show off the power dome even more. The racing stripes are painted on in a distinct silver. And the US Mags wheels are staggered to have a larger set in the rear, and that kind of stance seems perfect for the three-piece rear spoiler.
The interior continues the car's clean style and thoughtfully placed upgrades. The seats, carpeting, headliner, door panels, and dash all have the inviting look of a proper investment. There are some nice upgrades in comfort, like the cold-blowing air conditioning, a Kenwood AM/FM radio with Bluetooth, USB input, and upgraded speakers. This is a driver's machine with classic features like bucket seats and a horseshoe shifter in the center console. They are joined by upgrades such as GT sports steering wheel on a tilt column and upgraded Dakota Digital gauges with large speed and tach.
The engine bay has a really mean look where the black on the inner fenders goes with the block, valve covers, and matching air grabber for a dark heart style. But while the motor is quite attractive to look at, it's even more fun to run. This is a GM 350 cubic-inch V8 crate motor that has been enhanced for added power and consistency with a Holley electronic fuel injection system. Plus, the Hedman long tube headers feed into the x-pipe dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers for added power and rumble. There are even the right supporting components, like a serpentine belt system, billet brackets, upgraded fender supports, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. The TH350 three-speed automatic transmission keeps it a good all-around cruiser, as it feeds a 10-bolt rear end. And the CPP front A-arms, power steering, Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes with slotted rotors, and the grip of Nitto performance tires make this a confident driving restomod.
Complete with maintenance records, this is a thoughtfully restored Camaro that gives you all the best upgrades to enhance all the best style and driving features you love. Don't miss your chance at this coupe. Call today!!!
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