Stk#055 1972 Chevy Chevelle Convertible The original stock 350 engine, with tires and rims go with the car. Painted a gorgeous Candy Red with White Stripe BC/CC this car is slick and straight. Door handles, emblems, Rocker panel moldings, wheel well moldings, front & rear bumpers, grill, head light bezels, turn signal bezels and covers, dual outside mirrors, tail lights, hood pins, rubber and felt all look new. The glass looks good. The window trim look good. WOW! What an eyeful!! The all black interior on bucket seats with console and horseshoe shifter. Kenwood AM/FM/CD/Sirius XM in the dash original plate. Factory A/C vents in dash, power top, carpet, Chevelle Logo carpeted floor mats, Bosch gauges mounted under the dash in black cluster. Roll up windows, door panels, sill plates, sun visors all look new. Original seat belts. Looks great inside. Powered by a 454 engine with an Automatic transmission. Edelbrock intake in White, Holley carb, block is painted same as the car. White water pump, valve covers are same as car. Chrome alternator bracket, chrome timing chain cover. Chrome water neck. Flex Fan, newer radiator, new hoses and belts, wiper motor, plug wires, Accel distributor, red plug wires, Mr. Gasket electric fuel pump, chrome radiator cover, electric fan, cowl flap works all look new. Runs good. Drives and handles great. Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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