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When you see an icon like the 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle offered for an obtainable price, it makes you stop and take notice. And as you dig into the details you discover that they have made big investments in the paint, A/C interior, suspension, 450 hp performance V8, and so much more. So the value price is just the cherry on top.
It's easy to understand why you find this Chevelle so visually stunning. It has had a recent respray that gives the black an unmistakable high gloss shine. It also doesn't hurt that the contrasting white stripes were painted on to complete the Super Sport style appearance. We have receipts for over $37k invested in this coupe over the last three years, and so you'll start to see that they took the time to get more than just the paint right. Fit and finish are quite good, and that helps highlight the excellent condition of the body. A cowl-induction hood and hood pins add an aggressive look, and the SS gear in 1972 included a blacked-out grille and a few well-placed badges around the perimeter. Overall, it's a great aggressive appearance with just the right amount of shine from the window trim and tightly fitting chrome bumpers. It is a total muscle car look where people might think twice about messing with you at stoplights. But then again, they can't see you from behind the window tint that makes the glass as dark and shiny as the paint.
Black buckets flanking a center console means the interior not only keep the midnight theme going, but also you get one of the most desirable setups around. Plus, details, like the seats, door panels, and dash pad have a freshness that remind you of the solid investment in this coupe. It has the interior space to seat five, and they will all stay comfortable with the air conditioner running on modern R134a. There's even a newer AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input to keep everyone entertained. But on the days you want to be a rebel, it's a lot of fun to just roll down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop and listen to the rumble of the dual exhaust.
The investment in this Chevelle you're going to love the most is under the hood. The tidy engine bay reveals a motor that looks quite fresh with newer polished components. And this crisp look is for a very good reason. This was upgraded to a 383 cubic-inch crate V8 built by the masters at BluePrint Engines. The package includes aluminum heads, a 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor, hi-rise intake, cast valve covers, and ceramic coated headers that feeding the growling dual exhaust. The full package is estimated at a whopping 450 horsepower! And the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt in 2016 to continue to provide stout performance. In fact, as you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll see all the right pieces to give you extra confidence in this coupe. It includes strong Hotchkis rear trailing arms, sway bars front & rear, newer urethane bushings, power steering, and cross-drilled front disc brakes.
The sale comes with great paperwork, including the factory buildsheet, maintenance records, service manuals, and the build receipts that show big investment in this classic. This Chevelle delivers far more than just a value price. Don't miss out, call today!
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