Exterior features of the the camaro Sport Coupe is featured on this page of the 1972 Camaro sales brochure. Features include the fastback styling, rear marker lights with red lenses, wide rocker panel moldings, inner fender to protect the outer fenders, new wide-grid pattern grille, new more convenient hood latch location, Astro Ventilation to deliver a flow of air inside even with the windows up, strong sound-deadening double-panel roof, full door-glass styling, parking light below the front bumper, and front bumper guards. The text reads, The Camaro Sport Coupe. Otherwise known as the standard Camaro. Actually, every Camaro is a Sport Coupe. There's just one body style. But you can do a lot with it. On the following pages you'll find out what you can add to the Camaro Sport Coupe in the way of Option Packages. For more appearance. Or for more performance. Or both. But first, check the listing here and around the car to see what the standard Camaro comes with: Quality Body by Fisher for long life; Durable acrylic lacquer Magic-Mirror finish; Primer coatings, zinc coatings and anti-rust compounds applied to help protect from rust and corrosion; 15 exterior colors, 10 new; 10 inch day/night rearview mirror bonded to windshield for less vibration; Deep-twist carpeting Color-keyed; Flush-mounted, pull-type door handles; Front marker lights with amber lenses. (They flash with the turns signal.); Flush-and-dry rocker panels to help curb rust; 7-inch single-unit Power-Beam headlights for high output.
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