This 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle makes a proper Super Sport tribute
with its big block power, upgraded rear suspension, vibrant paint,
and more. So it delivers the icon you love at a price rarely seen
for these coupes.
Mulsanne Blue was one of the most stunning colors Chevy ever
offered at the factory. So not only is it great to have this the
factory-correct color, but also it was given a respray later in
life to really make it pop in the sunlight. The SS racing stripes
were laid on top and then the whole package was cleared over. Plus,
the form-fitting chrome bumpers, grille, and full trim look new. So
you know this is the kind of classic that people will remember even
if they just catch a glimpse at the stoplights. But more than just
bright, this car has an intimidating style with the SS cowl
induction hood, hood pins, and wide dual exhaust tips. And the
ideas of both sporty and shine come together nicely on the upgraded
set of polished 20-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels.
Black interiors always look great on these Chevelle hardtops. Plus,
this one shows recent investments in the carpeting, door panels,
and upholstery. The HVAC controls and compressor under the hood
also suggest this was a factory A/C car (it will need a full
servicing before blowing cold again.) A proper SS tribute is a good
driver-focused machine. That's why you have bucket seats with a
center console in-between, the horseshoe floor shifter, and a round
gauge package with large speedo and tach.
We love to see a big block V8 filling the engine bay. This is a
year-correct 402 cubic-inch unit, and so it's nice to see it with a
stock-style presentation. The bold block, correct decals, factory
air-topper with callouts, and Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor are
all part of a good-looking vintage package. Even with this classic
style, there are some nice upgrades, like the newer brake booster,
rear air shocks, and a glasspack-style dual exhaust that gives a
throaty rumble to the big block. The numbers-matching TH400
three-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit meant for big
block power. And they even upgraded this SS tribute to boxed rear
trailing arms and a rear sway bar. Add in power steering, front
disc brakes, and modern ZR-rated tires, and you know this Chevelle
was made for driving.
This has the look, features, and price you love. So don't let this
legendary hardtop Chevelle slip away, call today!