I know of a 72 Camaro that is suppose to be the real deal since it was two years old. The second owner now deceased, purchased the car in 74. He sold it to the third owner around 78 who now still owns it. When the third person purchased the car from the second owner he claimed when he bought it from the original owner it was a real Motion Camaro. The third owner is willing to sell the car but has no documentation confirming the real deal. From personally knowing of this car back when it still had the side pipes, emblems, (which are still on the car) and the history of it I think it is the real thing. It's suppose to be the small block Phase III Z 30 automatic. As most of these cars were abused in the day the small block, trans, and rear were grenaded in the early years of it's life. It has a built turbo 400 and a 12 bolt with an exploded 454 in it now. My friends and myself that hung out with the prior owner of this car way back when he first purchased it assume to this day it is a real Motion. Back then documentation wasn't worth what it is now so it wasn't a big deal. I have the option to buy the car now and would like to see if it is real. If anyone can help me with finding out if it is real or not, it would be greatly appreciated. I can't find anything on decoding a Motion Camaro other than original documentation.