4610 Pet Lane
This 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Tribute has striking paint, a bucket seat interior, and plenty of big block power under the hood. It's a quality package made for those who want a sharp-looking muscle car that's made for driving.
The color on this one grabs the right attention. It stays close to the seldom-seen but 1972-correct Ascot Blue. There is a deep gloss and shine here that's the telltale sign of a big investment in a modern respray and a professional hand applying it. So the sunlight loves to show off the crisp sheetmetal of this coupe. The clearcoat's luster is also a nice pairing with all the brightwork - especially the bumpers. After 1972 we wouldn't get such form-hugging units, and so these final chrome kings shine with pride. Plus, as a proper SS tribute they made sure to give you all the best pieces. That means a super-scoop cowl hood, full SS badging, correct gray SS wheels, and an awesome set of white racing stripes painted in with the light blue. The full result is the right balance of intimidation and sophistication.
The interior is finished in a muscle car friendly black. You can tell there has been a more recent investment here with the fresh and dark presentation of the upholstery, carpeting, dash, door panels, and other fundamentals. So you'll happily share this coupe with family and friends. Of course, you don't need any of them to have fun. This one was really made to focus on the driver. That's why there's high-back bucket seats with a center console in-between. And you're going to love resting your right hand on the horseshoe shifter. Plus, you get a NK4 sports steering on a tilt column, and that gives you a good view of the upgraded Thunder Road gauge panel - including a large tach.
The heart of this Chevelle is a proper 396 cubic-inch big block. The engine bay has that ideal look of smooth and dark inner walls so that your eyes can't help but be directed right to the center. The bold orange block, shining valve covers, matching air cleaner assembly, fresh hoses, and good belts all come together to deliver a look that will have you lifting the hood with pride wherever you park. This big block inhales deeply with an Edelbrock AVS2 four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a firm but muted tone out of the dual exhaust (perfect for not waking the neighbors on a midnight drive.) And cruising is what this one was made to do. The strong motor is mated to a stout but smooth TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. And you have other great driving features like power steering, power brakes, front discs, wide BF Goodrich T/As with a deep tread.
A cool color, hot motor, and the right investments make for an irresistible hardtop Chevelle. Don't miss out on this coupe. Call today!!!
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