Perhaps you remember the last car like this 1972 Camaro Z/28 we featured, or maybe not, because it sold in about three days. While they may be lagging behind their first-generation siblings, these ''70s Camaros are hot properties, especially when they look this good and run this well. The pro-touring treatment works especially well on second-generation F-bodies, accentuating their long, lean lines and building on what was already a pretty good platform for going around corners. This one isn''t a real Z/28, but it''s also nice to see that it hasn''t been dressed up as a fake RS, either. Instead, it sticks to the original equipment, building on it with a cowl-induction hood that makes it look even more aggressive. The bright silver paint is expertly applied, with a brilliant shine and great panel gaps that give it a modern look despite being more than 40 years old now. Black SS stripes are, of course, standard equipment, as is the ducktail spoiler out back. Reproduction Z/28 badges and bright chrome bumpers add detailing that stands out against the spectacular paint job and with that perfect stance, it looks fast just sitting still. When you''re building a custom, it''s critical to blend the old and new seamlessly, so this Camaro offers a nicely restored interior with a few smart upgrades. The deeply bolstered buckets are original equipment that still look awesome, and there are fresh black carpets on the floor. It''s possible that the door panels are original, and if so, they''re remarkably nice, and the center console offers factory good looks with a T-handle shifter for the TH400 3-speed automatic underneath. The original instrument panel is gone, replaced by a trick Auto Meter gauge kit that fits into the slot without modifications, offering a complete view of the engine up front. A Grant steering wheel with chrome spokes looks great and feels better than the original hard plastic factory unit. In the center of the dash you''ll find a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo head unit that''s augmented by a hidden amp so it sounds fantastic. The freshly detailed engine bay continues the car''s monochromatic look, combining silver inner fenders, a black engine, and plenty of polished chrome accents. The 350 cubic inch V8 is a potent piece thanks to an Edelbrock Performer RPM manifold and Holley double-pumper carb up top and a set of long-tube headers to handle the exhaust. All-new accessories with a billet belt system look fantastic and tuck in close to the block for plenty of clearance, and there''s a massive aluminum radiator up front keeping everything stable. The transmission features a high-stall torque converter, so this sucker just lunges off the line with a prod of the loud pedal, and with a 10-bolt out back, it''s about as bulletproof as you can get. Obviously, a lot of time was invested in the undercarriage, continuing the black and silver theme with color-matched floors, refinished frame, and detailed suspension components. Flowmaster mufflers give it an awesome soundtrack, and those cool Boss Motorsports wheels complete the look with 215/40/18 front and 255/35/20 performance radials on the rear. Don''t make the mistake of assuming that this Z/28 will be around next week when you decide to finally call. If you see something you like, don''t miss out. This one won''t last long, either, so call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.