This 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Restomod represents the best of
everything you really want. It's a low mileage build with a
well-done blackout look of a mean Super Sport tribute. There's a
fuel-injected LS V8 to give it proper modern power. You also get
great features like air conditioning and an overdrive transmission.
There's even some terrific history here, considering this is the
last year for the Chevelle drop-top ever. So yes, there's a ton to
love in this all-around package.
The black has a great sinister look you want on a car like this.
It's part of a more recent upgrade that gives the black a nice hard
shine. Plus, the blackout grille, blackout turn signals, Super
Sport badging, wide exhaust tips, and cowl hood all give this
plenty of attitude. So it really looks like this has earned the
white racing stripes painted on top. And the chrome bumpers have a
big shine that remind us why we love a Chevelle like this in the
first place. It was the final year for this generation, and we
would never again get a car with chrome kings that hug the form
like this. And the US Mags wheels are the perfect addition to this
total package. They carry a nice polish and a darkness to go with
the main parts of this car, and their 20-inch size make sure people
respect this Chevelle for more than just its classic
The black roof fits snug against the car, and with the flip of a
switch, it powers down to reveal a full black interior. So the
exterior, interior, and top make this an ultra-desirable
triple-black total package. Chevelles have the size that makes them
easy to share with family and friends. So this one does it
especially well with a newer Vintage Air A/C system that can make
this convertible comfortable even in the summertime. Plus, while
purists will love the AM radio that's on display, there's also a
retro-style AM/FM digital tuner that comes with the sale. But while
that's for everyone, there are some features that are really just
about making this a better driver. That's why you have bucket seats
up front, a center console in-between, the horseshoe floor shifter,
classic-style Chevy three-spoke sports steering wheel, and a the
upgraded U14 round gauge panel.
Filling the engine bay is a modern fuel-injected 5.3-liter Vortec
V8. This powerhouse was dressed nicely as it takes some modern LS
badging and mixes it with the classic Chevelle cowl induction
badges. Plus, they added substance with a dual air intake, 92mm
throttle body, and headers feeding the sweet-sounding dual exhaust.
The 4l60e four-speed transmission was built to pair with this
upgraded motor, and so you have good ratios and overdrive comfort.
And there are more nice anytime driving features, like power
steering, power brakes w/front discs, and the extra grip that comes
from modern performance tires.
There's less than 1k miles on this awesome build. It proves to be a
rare and interesting convertible that has been prepared to be a lot
of fun. So don't miss this total package restomod. Call