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1972 Chevrolet Camaro Overview
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1972 was not the best of years for Chevrolet and its pony car. The 1972 Chevrolet Camaro suffered a few setbacks as the result of a 174-day strike at a plant in Ohio where the Camaros were built. In addition, approximately 1100 Camaros had to be junked when they did not achieve the 1972 Federal Bumper Standards. The entire model was almost scrapped along with the 1100 useless cars.
However, Camaro did make a big comeback by the end of the year, rolling 68,656 Camaros out of its plant. Of these cars, 6,562 were SS's, and represented the last of their kind. There would be no more Camaro SS's produced by Chevy.
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Chevrolet Camaro Questions
Is The 1972 Camaro Good Enough To Be A Daily Driver's Car?
I'd like to restore a 1972 camaro.Will it be a roadworthy vehicle that I can use ?
Can I Transplant A 2002 Engine And Drivetrain In A 72 Camaro?
I have a 72 camaro I would like to know if I can replace the engine and trans and rearend with a 2002 engine and drivetrain.
Can A Front And Rearend Of A 1972 Camaro Be Put On A 1974 Camaro
I want to put the front nose and rear tail light section of a 1972 rs camaro on a 1974 camaro. The 72 has a rusted out top and the 75 is in great shape. It looks like I can but I'm not sure.