With its aggressive stance, brilliant Marina Blue paint job, and cackling small block under the hood, this 1972 Camaro RS is an awesome show and go piece that will make you smile every time you see it. Second-generation Camaros are gaining a lot of momentum in the collector car market, and whether they''re stock or lightly modified like this one, they remain brilliant performers with timeless good looks that will never go out of style. First of all, this is a real-deal RS with split front bumper, not a cut-down fake. Framing the blacked-out grille, the slender chrome bumpers define the early Gen Two F-bodies, along with those perfectly applied white SS stripes that are a nod to tradition. Adding just the right balance to the aggressive nose, which includes a chin spoiler, the large deck lid spoiler is a three-piece unit that allows the trunk to open and looks like it belongs on a Trans-Am racer. Along the way, you''ll also notice crisp body lines, excellent panel prep, and a deep finish that will be a pleasure to wax on a Saturday afternoon. If you''re looking for a great hobby car, this Camaro does it all extremely well. The dazzling white bucket seat interior is almost 100% stock, and with the redesigned second-generation Camaro, GM got it right on the first try. Those deep buckets were some of the more supportive seats on the market in the early ''70s, complimenting the car''s impressive cornering abilities. A center console with traditional horseshoe shifter are a connection to the earlier Camaro, and the steering wheel atop the tilt column illustrates the RS''s dual performance/luxury mission. This one also offers factory A/C, an upgraded Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo system for entertainment beyond the engine note, and fresh carpets and headliner make it feel like new inside. In back, the super clean trunk clearly demonstrates that this has never been a rusty car, with the original pan intact and in amazing condition. The redesigned Camaro made great use of improved suspension geometry and the 400 cubic inch V8 under the hood gives this RS some very impressive moves. Rebuilt using all the best parts like a Holley carburetor, Weiand intake, MSD ignition and a pair of Hedman headers, it grunts out 390 dyno-proven horsepower on pump gas. The engine bay was nicely detailed, but now shows some very minor signs of use after being driven-and who could resist climbing behind the wheel? If you don''t drive ''em, you may as well collect stamps. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission has been fitted with a Stage II shift kit, so it snaps off shifts hard enough to bark the tires on the 1-2 swap and downshifts with merely a thought. Out back, a 10-bolt tries to plant all that power and the 235/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials do the best they can to help. This 1972 Camaro RS is exactly the kind of car that never lasts long on the showroom floor. Combining great looks, impressive performance, and a market that''s on the move, this second-generation Camaro deserves a closer look. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707.