614 E. Auto Center Dr.
One look at the big air grabber on top of the hood and the seriously meaty rear tires, and you know this 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle is a quarter-mile king. So dig into all the details on this slick supercharged coupe that has all the right competition-ready goodies.
The '72 Chevelle coupe already looked fast standing still. After all, it has a shapely profile and a fastback-style rear. But this one takes it to a whole new level. The full racing stripes look distinct against the bright orange paint. It's a cool red, white, blue and yellow theme that fans out to show a Chevy bow tire and draw extra attention to the big rear wheels. And while some speedy Chevelles get a cowl hood, the monster motor in this one needs so much room that it pokes through and towers over the power bulge. Even with all these powerful details, you can also recognize plenty of that classic American style we all love. The bumpers, trim, and racing wheels all make for a nice brightwork package on a very mean machine.
The interior was given all the right investment for a true track machine. That means getting rid of extra weight and making sure everything is focused on speed. So the full rear seat package was eliminated to make way for the tubbed rear end. All the radio and temperature controls you'd find on a pedestrian Chevy are replaced with race-ready toggle switches. And there's a full roll cage welded to the frame, and this included the trunk to protect the fuel cell. In fact, the only concession we can spot is the passenger seat so that you can share this big power fun with a friend. You have a Crow five-point harness, a Hurst shifter, MSD timing control, and crisp AutoMeter Sport-Comp gauges giving you all your important info. And the AutoMeter Monster Sport-Comp tach is mounted high on the A-pillar so that it's always in your sight line.
Under the hood is a beast that's ready to show off thanks to a ton of polished components. But what you'll really love is all the substance behind the style. After all, you instantly spot the twin Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors that feed the awesome Weiand blower. Plus, the 350 cubic-inch V8 know how to exhale with authority thanks to Hooker long tube headers. This big power build is supported by the best pieces, including an MSD coil, Quick Fuel fuel pressure regulator, steel braided lines, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. This fires up with that cool growl and whirr combination that tells everyone you have supercharged V8 power. The three-speed automatic transmission send the power to a reinforced four-link rear with Koni adjustable coilovers. Those wide Hoosier drag tires let the power meet the pavement. And when it's time to stop, you have the advantage of four-wheel power disc brakes.
This is a serious-looking hardtop that offers serious power. So at a price like this you're going to need to move seriously quick to catch this deal. Call today!!!
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