1972 Chevelle 350 auto 4 wheel slotted and drilled disc brakes PS,
Atlas Muscle Cars is proud to offer for sale this very nice Atomic Orange 1972 Chevelle, this is a virtually rust free car, we removed the carpet to install new carpet and the floors looked brand new. Body is super solid and straight, paint is very nice. Interior is older, except for the carpet and headliner, they are new. The upper control arms have been rebuilt, the lower control arms are brand new Tubular. The shocks are all brand new KYB Gas Adjust heavy duty shocks. The speedometer and fuel gauge work, the heater and AC do not work though. Car runs and drives great! $23,900.00
350 V8 small block (CMR suffix code 3970010 casting #) 4 barrel carburetor, HEI ignition, internal regulated alternator, headers and dual exhaust
Turbo 350 automatic transmission
10 bolt rear end
4 wheel slotted and drilled power disc brakes
working radio with 6x9s in the back window
20 and 18 inch REV polished wheels with new tires
factor AC car (not working)
972-562-7965 after hours
All forms of payment must clear our bank before we will release the car. Please do not bring a cashiers check or check and want to pick the car up the same day.
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