1972 El Camino & GMC Sprints sold in California and New York came factory with certain smog requirements including a visible emissions decal under the hood. Many states now have adopted California and New York standards above Federal standards setting the bar that much higher requiring in many cases clear display of these labels and decals. All 1971 and newer El Caminos have emissions labels or decals showing that they were manufactured to meet either California or U.S. Federal standards. This 1972 LA El Camino emissions label or decal is affixed in the engine compartment or in a readily accessible location. At the top of this El Camino Emissions label are the words VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION and the corporate name or trademark of the GM. If you live in an area that requires CARB (California Air Resources Board) or other Federal standards, make sure your emissions system meets requirements by checking with local rules and laws. The El Camino Store is proud to offer correct 1972 LA 250ci emissions labels to insure your El Camino, Super Sport, GMC Sprint, GMC SP, Estate or other variant looks its best and is legal to drive where you live. Remember, most states require your El Camino to possess emission standard equipment in order to pass smog and get registered. Trust the El Camino Store for all your El Camino needs, from daily driver, show, or just to enjoy, we can get you there.