Customer Cars – 1972 Camaros

Customer Cars - 1972 Camaros

1972 was the year the Chevy Camaro almost kicked the bucket. Strikes at Norwood, the economy, and the new insurance laws had GM considering the possibility of dropping the model. It is estimated that 39,000 camaros and firebirds never made it off the assembly line, worth over $100 Million to dealers. Diehard fans and an outpouring of popular feedback regarding the Camaro helped keep production alive in 1972. The 1972 Camaro SS was coming to an end as well.

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