1972 Chevy Camaro Z28 Tribute has just 3,443 miles on a complete restoration. If you are looking for a fun and fast muscle car, this car gets after it and is the personal car of our shop manager who is a veteran master mechanic. The engine is a 355 small block running a stout 11:1 compression. It has Dart Sportsman heads with bronze guides and a competition valve job. The Lunati Voodoo cam is a hydraulic roller setup, and the intake is a powder coated Weiand Team G Single plane. The carb is a very nicely tuned Holley Ultra HP 750 that is quite responsive to throttle input. The car is an absolute blast to drive and make wonderful power. With the monster Griffin aluminum radiator, the car never even gets close to getting to hot, not even in the hot Midwest summers. The T56 Magnum transmission is a double overdrive set up, and pairs up nicely with the 3.73 gearing housed inside a factory 10 bolt housing. The clutch is a Centerforce, dual friction LT1 style clutch with a Ram flywheel and Tipton hydraulic master cylinder. The suspension is nicely upgraded with QA1 coil overs, and McGaughy dropped spindles. The brakes are power disc up front/drum in the rear and work exceptionally well. Keeping body roll down is a set of Hotchkis sway bars, and the upgraded Rocket wheels and modern radial tires help out handling quite a bit.