1972 Chevrolet Camaro Camaro Z28 Numbers Matching, Texas Barn Find, NO RESERVE
Please Scroll Down to view nearly 80 Pictures and Video...Allow to loadNO RESERVE AUCTION1972 Chevy Camaro Z28 4-Speed Original CarBid your max bid or you could miss out. Bids only go up 100 over previous high bidder, not to your max bid.REAL DEAL. 1972 Chevy Camaro Z28 Numbers Matching Engine Block, Original Heads, Original Transmission, Original Intake and Original Carburator. This is a North Texas Barn Find that's being sold with NO RESERVE. Everything on the car is being left as pulled out from the actual barn. We have known about this car for over 5 years and was just able to make a deal. We were not able to take pictures of the car on the previous owners property but this is how she was recovered. I have been told from the first day over 5 years ago that this car ran and drive right into the spot were she had been sitting. That the motor has been rebuilt with roller rockers and a cam. You can see in the video that the motor turns perfectly, a valve cover was removed and you can see how clean inside the head is and the correct head casting number, with the roller rockers. She was stored inside a metal building barn with no contact to the outside elements. Only dust over the years got on her. We were also told that she is all numbers matching but we wanted to make sure so we did some cleaning on areas to verify and sure enough the engine, transmission, intake, heads and even the Carburator has the correct List number for this car with this transmission. She is in her factory color with prob about 70% original paint as the driver side door and fender has had paint work over 30 years ago. The only negative I have found is the original exhaust manifolds are gone as headers were installed, exhaust is not original, a super coil was added, the paint work and light body work done on the driver side and she is missing her original radiator, air cleaner, valve covers and radio. I have inspected the car underside and above and the only rust I found was behind the rear wheels on the rear fender and a small line inside the trunk on the passenger side that about the size of a half of a pencil. Do a full restoration or get her on the road and driver her as is. We also popped the brake fluid cap as you can see in the pic and she is hold fluid. Call Ron at 682-333-7433 with any questions.