Available for sale in Our Redmond showroom, for Hall Truck and Auto, is this beautiful and very rare 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Concourse 9 passenger station wagon. This great piece of American history is powered by its original 350 V8, and automatic Transmission. When you think of Chevelles, you usually don't think of wagons; however, they built some super cool looking Chevelle wagons back in the day, and this is definitely one of them. This is also a nine passenger, with the original 3rd row seat, facing backwards toward the oncoming traffic. This might be great idea for the kids? Ok maybe not, but most certainly a big part of Detroit's History, and America's. This wagon came to us 100% original inside and out. We added new carpet, new headliner, and cleaned up the rest of the perfect interior. The body was in great shape, with no rust and no real body damage at all. This was a very straight, very original, and very good 1972 Chevelle wagon. The original color was a muddy brown, so we chose to change it to a dark blue metallic, which looks amazing on this car. She is painted in a base clear coat, with 4 coats of clear. We added dual exhaust, and it sounds every bit as cool as she looks. I drove this car over 200 miles home the day I bought her. She runs and drives excellent. We have had the carb rebuilt, and she is ready to head to the drive in. This great cruiser is still hooked up to its original AC ( that will need serviced) This wagon comes from a time long before Automatic opening side doors and TV sets in the family Mini Van. This was a time when even the Family 9 passenger station wagon was cool. All Station wagons from the 60s and 70s are getting very hard to find, and extremely sought after, but a Chevelle station wagon is pretty much the top of the heap, as far as cool, collectable wagons go. This 1972 super cool family Muscle car, runs and drives great, and even has its original Chevy hub caps. If you are looking for the perfect family classic car to drive to the shows, cruise inns with the kids, or just hit the open road, this is most definitely the one for you. Like with all our cars, we do this for the love of a past generation of automobiles that need to be get back on the road. So we price all our cars to sell fast, so that we can go buy more. This 1972 Chevelle wagon is priced at $13,500.00 We don't believe that you can find a nicer wagon at this price, anywhere. We always welcome private viewings and professional inspections by appointment. We can also help with classic car finance options, and nationwide transport needs. We also welcome trades. You can see this and all our cars on our YOUTUBE CHANNEL COOLCLASSICRIDES. Also feel free to call Kelly at 503-784-8876 or Ross at 541-420-1448 with any questions. Thanks for Looking. Peace.
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