1972 Chevrolet Camaro – Pro touring?

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  • Roger Mathis says:
    4 years ago 10:50 pm

    I’d say 70 camaro with spoiler change. definitly not Z28. I am leaning on it’s twin lol.

  • Darrell Johnson says:
    4 years ago 10:45 pm

    this car could be 71 to 73 in and half the style was only made for 3 in half years years.

  • John Blevins says:
    4 years ago 10:29 pm

    It’s a 72

  • Charles Moore says:
    4 years ago 10:26 pm

    70

  • Charles Moore says:
    4 years ago 10:24 pm

    crap one my old girl friends had one arrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

  • David Bellamy says:
    4 years ago 10:17 pm

    1970 To & ’73 Chevy Camaro!

  • Eric T Holderbaum says:
    4 years ago 10:16 pm

    Prostreet cars are tubbed out and I wouldnt even call it a touring car because it still has rear drums lol. This person needs to make up their mind up. Also look at the tailpipe! That size pipe should support around 200hp. I hope it has dumps or cutouts.

  • Michael Slater says:
    4 years ago 10:09 pm

    1970-1973 can’t see full front to narrow it down more than that.

  • Don McConahay says:
    4 years ago 9:51 pm

    Didn’t change to wrap around rear glass til ’75 model Firebirds and Camaros!

  • Dan Langlois says:
    4 years ago 9:50 pm

    its actually 1970-1973, 74 was a different body style front and back..

  • Don McConahay says:
    4 years ago 9:46 pm

    78-81’s had rubber bumper covers.

  • Don McConahay says:
    4 years ago 9:43 pm

    Dummy! 69’s were first generation box shaped!

  • Walter McPherson says:
    4 years ago 9:43 pm

    they had small back windows until 1974..the 1970 had the split bumper. the only way to be able to correctly identify is to be able to see front and rear photos of this car. otherwise we are just left guessing1970-1974.

  • Greg Rock says:
    4 years ago 9:18 pm

    70

  • Mark Pettersen says:
    4 years ago 9:12 pm

    not a 70 unless rear spoiler has been changed, 71-3 because of small rear window. not pro street, but pro touring with a pro street motor

  • Ron Fontana says:
    4 years ago 9:02 pm

    71

  • Michael Cornell says:
    4 years ago 9:02 pm

    Definitely a ’71, 2 or 3! But I don’t know how to distinguish the three from each other.

  • Stephen Dworzanin says:
    4 years ago 8:54 pm

    70-73 were pretty much the same body wise, I had a 73 LT- 1, SS, Z28 4 speed.

  • Jim Burke says:
    4 years ago 8:53 pm

    71/72

  • Bill Stevens says:
    4 years ago 8:51 pm

    1970

  • Tod George Sr says:
    4 years ago 8:50 pm

    Most likely a ’70… but could be a “70 thru “72. “70-“72 were the only f-bodies to have small back glass.. I think the full corner spoiler piece makes it a ’70, but could be mistaken..

  • Les Bellow says:
    4 years ago 8:49 pm

    71

  • Tom Kuegler says:
    4 years ago 8:49 pm

    70 1/2

  • Rusty Kirk says:
    4 years ago 8:47 pm

    my dream car love 2nd gen camaro.

  • David Ragan says:
    4 years ago 8:47 pm

    I’m thinking ’71…

  • Peg Barnett Deffibaugh says:
    4 years ago 8:47 pm

    um how about 69.

  • Danny Soltys says:
    4 years ago 8:46 pm

    1971

  • David Maddox says:
    4 years ago 8:46 pm

    1972?

  • Josh Quick says:
    4 years ago 8:46 pm

    71?

  • Zach Ymcmb Caley says:
    4 years ago 8:46 pm

    1981