1972 Chevrolet Chevelle
"1972 Chevelles wore single-unit parking/side marker lights on their front fenders, outside of a revised twin-bar grille. All Malibus had concealed wipers. The 1972 Chevelle series had wide enough appeal to qualify as America's second-best-selling car. Base versions again included a four-model wagon series. 1972 is the last year popular for Chevelle car collectors."
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For sale by owner is this awesome custom Chevelle Resto-Mod in a striking two-tone color combinations. The owner just recently took this in on trade for one of his classics, so our knowledge of the car is somewhat limited. This is what we do know. Originally restored to be a show car, but also be driven, it had a�professional cosmetic and mechanical restoration completed about 7 years ago. The original engine and transmission are long gone and have been replaced by a 402 V-8 crate motor and a 4-speed manual transmission. It was repainted with Prowler Orange Metallic and GM Pewter Gray Metallic and had rechromed bumpers and trim done at the same time. The interior was redone in a full custom leather with a digital dash. The undercarriage was redone with body color paint and is in excellent condition. The car has power steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes, 4-speed manual transmission and a killer aftermarket stereo system with amplified speakers. Rounding out the package are some great looking 18" Panther Chrome wheels. The gauges, lights, signals, radio, wipers and windows are fully operational. What follows are the details.
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402 Chevy Crate Engine
Approximately 500 HP
�Edelbrock Intake Manifold
Dual Edelbrock 650CFM Carburetors
Hooker Long Tube Headers
Built in X-Pipe
4 Core Aluminum Radiator
4-Speed Manual Transmission
Hurst Linkage & Shifter
9" Ford Rear End
Coil Over Suspension
Custom Fuel Tank
Power 4 Wheels Disc Brakes
This car has just received a 4th place award at the World of Wheels show Chicago in March 2016. All in all a beautiful classic Chevelle that can be shown, driven and enjoyed. It runs and sounds terrific and is now ready for a new owner.
Please remember that this car is 44 years old and not perfect. The paint has a few VERY MINOR flaws on the hood.
THIS CAR IS FOR SALE BY OWNER AND LOCATED IN ORLAND PARK, ILLINOIS 60462
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