- Price Negotiable: Yes
- Second Generation Year: 1972
- Body Style: Coupe
- Trim: Sport Coupe
- Engine: 307
- Transmission: Automatic
- For Sale By: Private Party
- Contact Name: Ed
- State: North Carolina
- Country: United States
- Zip/Postal Code: 27529
- Listed: October 9, 2021 7:57 pm
- Expires: This ad has expired
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Lost my 6 figure job last year (thanks COVID!) and thus all the expendable income to finish my car. Instead of going to back to slave labor for someone else, I started my own business and need the garage space for that.
It’s not a highly optioned car, so it would be great for an LS swap (if you’re into that).
1972 base V8 (full bumper car)
Tag shows Golden Brown with Covert interior and vinyl top
Original, rebuildable (as far as I can tell) 307 on the stand
Original, rebuildable (as far as I can tell) *column shift* TH350
Original, *already powder coated and rebuilt* rear end with 3.08 gears and new axles as well as The Right Stuff disc brake conversion
This was a California car until it was shipped here (central NC) and I got it in 2018. It had *minimal* rust. I already had pinholes in the driver’s floorboard taken care of as well as the lower dash corners on both sides. There was also a small spot in the driver’s rear wheel well that I had fixed. There are a few (less than 10) pinholes in the windshield, back glass, and trunk channels. There is a little swiss cheese in the trunk pan floor by the fuel filler neck.
The lower quarters had been replaced and the vinyl top rivets are still in the outside “sail” panels. I wanted clean, fresh metal, so I bought 2 new full quarters to go on it. They’re still in the cardboard.
The passenger fender (repop) had a dent in it so I tracked down and drove 3 hours to get an original that will need absolutely minimal work.
I have the original core support, but she’s got a fair amount of rust and would require a decent amount of work.
I have two hoods. The original one and one I picked up for fun.
The shell has been media blasted and epoxy primered. The underside has been painted and “road-exposed” portions gotten 2 coats of truck bed liner. The interior has also gotten 2 coats of liner.
The subframe, transmission crossmember, and A-arms were all media blasted and have been painted.
I have new leaf springs for the rear.
Back glass and one door glass are clear – the other door glass is green.
Pictures of what it looked like when I brought it home (She’s Home!) and close up images of everything (What’s on the Inside) can be found here: http://www.pappysgarage.com/camaro.html
There’s more pictures here on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=PappysGarageNC&set=a.1908671286006173
Even more photos of *everything* as they sit right now are here: http://www.pappysgarage.com/camarophotos
I’m going to get the rear end and leaf springs and funky fresh new air shocks under it and on wheels. I’ll build a frame system with casters for the front end so it’s easier to transport. May or may not get around to putting the trunk lid on and hang the doors for easier transport.
It has a NC “Inop” title because DMV looked at it and said “you can’t drive it, so I have to brand it as inoperable for now.” Once it’s done, they’d reinspect it and give it a “normal,” clear, unbranded title. Comes with that and a bill of sale of course.
I’ve got over $16k invested. Really hoping to get $8k out of it.
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