213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Tribute has a solid cruiser style. Its numbers-matching V8 runs strong. The interior has some of your favorite features. And even while this was upgraded to be a solid Super Sport, there have been nice investments to make sure the factory-correct package continues to look impressive.
Mojave Gold is a great color when you want to give a legendary hardtop like this Chevelle even more distinction. The factory-correct hue was even given a respray later in life, and since quality endures, you still have a radiant shine today. The couple has the look of a proper Super Sport with the cowl hood, correct badging, and wide dual exhaust tips. Plus, the white racing stripes are painted on top for an enduring look of sporty style. And while the speedy details go great with the Chevelle's fastback look, you'll also love this coupe for its fundamentals. The crisp lines of the sheet metal, well-closing doors, good gaps, and form-hugging chrome bumpers make this the kind of car you can drive to the shows with pride.
The tan interior is factory-correct. Since we usually see these in Chevelle's in black, it's nice to have premium Malibu in a bright and distinctive color. It has a well-done style with newer carpeting, a smooth feel to the rare brown dash, and even the dome light works. So it's an inviting atmosphere that can be shared with family and friends. Plus, you have well-integrated upgrades all aimed at making this a great cruiser. You have some features that are focused on everyone like the upgraded driving music from the AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input, and there are also provisions for R134a air conditioning (it likely needs a recharge to blow cold again.) And there are also upgrades that are firmly focused on you. This includes a movable armrest center console, auxiliary gauges under the dash, and a Chevy sports steering wheel mounted on a tilt column.
Under the hood is the 350 cubic-inch V8. While this is the numbers-matching unit, you can instantly tell there have been plenty of investments to keep it looking strong and running strong. It starts with a $2,700 receipt from 2014 that includes a reseal and repaint on the block. Today it also has an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, headers, and a large aluminum radiator to help keep the full package running cool. The coupe has a good driving attitude, especially with a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a rear sway bar. And those polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels have a nice set of wide BF Goodrich T/As.
The sale comes complete with restoration photos, build receipts, and service manuals. It all makes for the kind of all-around classic that you can both drive and show. Call today!!!
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