The car was in decent shape when she got it...but that wasn't quite good enough. We took out the heavy stuff and helped put it back in, but all the degreasing, detailing, and all the dirty work was done by her. It is detailed back to original specs and competed in the Mustang Club of America car shows all over the country. Generally finishing 1st or 2nd at these shows as well as all the local shows.
Now the car is semi-retired as the real horses in the barn are what she competes with these days.
This is my baby, a 1972 Camaro Z-28. It is primarily a show car, but I love to drive it and put about 5000 miles a year on it. It is not a "trailer queen", we make at least one trip to Orlando and back each year (about 750 miles round trip). I have owned this car since 1999. It is a 2 time class winner at Super Chevy and was a Top 10 Editors Pick at the 2006 Super Chevy Show in Gainesville, FL. We put a new engine in during the summer of 2006 and updated the exhaust.
351-C Hurst 4 Speed Top Loader Trans PS PB AC PW 9"Rear Axle w / 3.50:1 Posi RamAir Hood System
350 Crate Motor
Goodrich Radial T/A's
2 1/2 inch dual exhaust
"Haul Ass Orange" paint with black stripes
one piece spoiler (last year offered)
Stock wheels, powder coated gloss black
Grabber Yellow w / black trim
No factory options listed.
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