I would certainly leave it and or repaint it the original colors. There are many people out there looking for that exact combo. And also the regrets will not come about changing it. You bought it and are the one to make the decisions, but these cars are being looked at now to be preserved and the value will hold better with less changes to the car. I unfortunately restore my own cars: 65;56 corvettes and 69;70 camaro’s. They all have a trim tag that when judged will tell all. It’s very rewarding when you get full credit for paint knowing you were making the choices back on paint day. If it was a drag race car or just a mixed up street machine but you have a cool deal there and well I say a responsibility to keep it correct. Besides; in the immortal words of Gary Bussie in The Gumball Rally movie—-“Roll on yellow Camaro”. DavidI just got a 72 rs ss auto. 350 dual exhaust also full gauge package. It is in great shape. Was stored for 30 years. All frame floor and unibody parts are rust free, even the rockers! Front fenders and rear 1/4s rust in usual places. All numbers matching car. Even has original tower hose clamps on it yet. Engine and transmission run great. My problem is that it's a puke yellow color and has gold interior and a vinyl top. I want to change the colors and get rid of the vinyl top. Otherwise it will be stock with a little tweeking. Will that lose a lot of value or should I just do it. I want to go to silver and black.