1972 Chevrolet Camaro RS. Trades?

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  1. dillon14

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    1972 RS Camaro all number matching 350ci with Turbo 350 automatic transmission with the staple shifter. Has the deluxe interior, factory gauge package and posi track rear axle. Wicked nice Kenwood stereo with the Ipod hookup. All lights and gauges work including the clock. Fully restored to showroom condition with a mint body and paint like glass. As nice as you will find anywhere.

    Vin. Number: 1Q87H2N129371

    Vin. Number Decode:

    1 Chevrolet
    Q Camaro
    87 2-Door Sport Coupe Camaro
    H 350ci, 2BBL 165hp
    2 1972
    N Norwood, Ohio Assemble Plant
    129371 Sequential Number

    Trim Tag:

    ST 72 12487NOR
    BODY 139190
    TRIM 788
    PAINT 53 53
    10E
    A51

    Trim Tag Decode:

    STYLE 72 1972
    12487 2 Door Sport Coupe Camaro 8-Cyl
    BODY
    NOR Norwood, Ohio Assembly Plant
    139190 Sequential Body Number
    TRIM 788 Deluxe Light Covert Cloth Seat Covers
    PAINT 53 Placer Gold Upper Paint
    53 Placer Gold Lower Paint
    10E 10 October 1972
    E 5th Week of October 1972
    A51 Bucket Seats

    $29,900 or Muscle Car Trades Considered but must be nice.
     
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    Damn automatic
     
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    Yup
     
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    Reasonable price for what looks like a nice quality car...couldn't build it for that! GLWS
     
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    "wicked" nice, must be from the NE.
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    Awesome ride.
     
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    Really diggin that rear spoiler! Modified 3 piece?
     
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    Good Looking Camaro!

    GLWTS
     
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    Here is my understanding on the rear spoiler which I believe to be original to the Camaro.

    The three piece 1972 Camaro spoiler was taller than the earlier low profile one piece spoilers and became standard in mid 1971. In 1971 a front spoiler or airdam was included in the spoiler package. They occasionally called the front spoiler a chin spoiler. If a Camaro was ordered with a spoiler, it was shipped loose and installed by the dealer.

    Al
     
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    damn nice. what type of trades will you consider. mint 76ta with 17k miles all original.
     
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    that's not a tall spoiler , not sure what that is . the tall 3 piece spoiler was introduced late 70 as a copo . in 71 the Z28 came standard with the small 1 piece . the 3 piece rear and front was optional . in 72 small 1 piece was dropped and the tall was optional . the front spoiler was shipped loose not the rear . as the car would not fit on the carrier with it mounted .
     
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