I have a gorgeous 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle that has been well maintained during its past 48 years. It has spent its life in Tennessee.
This Chevelle also pertains it’s factory color code 24/24 it’s called Ascot Blue and it’s only has had 1 repaint in it life. The paint was done 7 years ago in the same color code 24 and was basecoat and clearcoated and let me tell you it looks magnificent. Especially when the sun beams on the car. The front and rear chrome bumpers are in great condition. All the trim and bezels along with turn signals are also in very good condition. The rear quarters on this Chevelle are all original and never patched up anywhere. See the factory numbers I’ve taken some photos of as well.
Never any rust on this sweetheart of a classic car. Added aftermarket are the 17” American Racing aluminum wheels with a new set of Goodyear G Force all around the front tires are 235/45/Z17 and the tears are 275/40/Z17. The White vinly top is in perfect condition, as you can see in my photos. New cowl induction Super sport hood was also added with emblems.
The interior is also factory code 24 and looks in top notch condition. All the gauges work as they should and yes it blows cold air conditioning. The dash pad/carpet/Door panels/gauges cluster and lenses are crisp and clear (see my photos). All the glass is real good condition and windows roll up nice and easily as well. You will be amazed on the condition and the overall quality. It drives and steers and shifts going down the road with no issues whatsoever. It’s truly a pleasure to drive. At 70 mph it glides down the freeway. It’s a perfect factory combination.
The engine is it’s factory 350 V8 engine with the bells and whistles, includes recent tune up. Has factory power steering and also power front disc brakes. This Chevelle also features it’s factory Cold air conditioning in tip top shape. Battery and alternator are in excellent working condition. Oil has been recently changed as well and very well maintained. The History I was told that it’s had 4 owners. Spent most of its life in dry state of Tennessee.
This Chevelle is definitely a very reliable classic car for long hauls and you will be very comfortable going down the road. If you would like more photos please reach out and I will send you. I also have a connection with financing with low rates, I can deliver the Chevelle to your doorstep if needed. The title is free and clear. So for a quote or any questions I can be reached at
847-848-1850 call or text. So thanks for taking your time out to read out about this well Maintained reliable classic car. Asking $30,000 or make an offer
Registry-keeper Jeff Helms confirms the car’s validity and has it undergoing restoration
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