Project car, some assembly required. Fresh paint, Fresh LS Engine!

1972 Chevrolet Camaro

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Year: 1972
VIN: 1Q87F2Nxxxxxx
Color: Black
Engine: 5.7 LS1
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Wittmann, Arizona, United States

Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1972

1972 Camaro project car. Disassembled and painted 2 years ago, and has been sitting ever since.
Many new parts still in boxes!
Rebuilt LS1 from a 2002 Corvette (Fresh rebuilt, never fired!)Aluminum LS6 block (part number 12561168)LS6 intake (part number 12573572)(cable operated throttle body)New sealed power pistons and ringsBillet roller timing setLS1 heads (241 casting)Comp cams rocker trunion kit, pushrods, lifters, valve springs and retainersPerformance cam from Howards Racing (Sorry I don't know the specs)Black powder coated valve coversTrick-Flow coolant vent crossover kit with AN fittings(Not installed,New in box)Stainless steel headersNew or remanufactured alternator, water pump and power steering pumpSpeed density sensor conversionCoil packs with stainless fastenersWire harness and ECU
Corvette Z06 14" front and 13" rear disc brakesBoss 18" wheels (two center caps missing)315/35ZR18 front tires355/35ZR18 rear tires2" drop spindlesTubular front control arms1.25" front sway barGM 12 bolt rear end 3.73 gears1" rear sway bar (not installed)Limited slip diffHeidts 4 link suspensionQA1 Adjustable coil-overs front and rearSubframe connectors (not installed)New e-brake cables (not installed)
Two-stage paint (basecoat / clearcoat)Color looks good, black metallic, I'm not sure of the paint code, it looks like the same color as my sister-in-law's 2015 Acadia.I spoke with the painter, he said that he put four coats of clear on the car. They had an old paint booth so there is a lot of dirt-nibs in the clear, but with four coats it will cut nice and flat and polish to a glass shine.HVAC holes filled and firewall smoothed and painted (Original plan was to go with a VintageAir system)
Stock seats need redoneNew Seat back panels in packageNew headliner bows and clips (no liner)New Kick panels with ventsNew Upper quarter interior panelsNew Lower quarter interior panelsNew Carpet kitNew Center console (also an second old original one too)Dynomat style (Eastwood copy) sound deadener on interior floor (could of been installed a little neater)Stock steering column and center console shifter needs restoredRemanufactured steering shaft coupler (goes between steering box and column)Grille in excellent conditionNew lock cylinder setNew 3 pointretractableseat belt kit with lap belts for rear (Very nice from Morris)(new in box)New door sill platesNew weatherstrippingNew door belt-line moldingsChassis hardware fastener kit, lots of NEW bolts in individual pre-labeled baggiesNew master cylinder and booster (New in box)New brake hard lineMany other new parts not listed, and lots of original parts, some duplicate parts from multiple parts cars.Two rear bumpers (One chrome one painted) Two solid front bumpers (one set with bumper guards) and a set of split bumper primed for paint.Some new and used bumper brackets, brackets for dash, two brake pedal hangers, hinged license plate mount, and other misc brackets and parts.Two fuel tanks with straps (One looks like it was modified for fuel injection system, but not certain, I can provide pics)
Things that it definitely needs....(not all inclusive)Wire harness for carGauge clusterTransmissionWindshield and driver door glass.Inner door trim panels and headliner materialSteering wheelInner fender apronsAdditional brake lines and hoses, and brakepadsRadiator
I purchased the Camaro with the hopes to finish it, but life is getting in the way. Our house needs new A/C system and our family kid-mobile is about to hit 200k miles, so due to budget constraints, I have to let it go.
I haven't done any work to it.I purchased this car as it is, and I'm selling it "as-is". You are welcome to come by and inspect vehicle if you are local, and I will be happy to take some additional photos of anything in particular by request if you are serious about purchasing. Car was a bit dusty from sitting in the corner of a body shop for so long. I added up all the new parts using common on-line suppliers and they added up to more than the opening bid amount, so feel free to ask any questions, and please bid to win!