Chevy Chevelle SS 402 big block 4 speed 12 bolt posi RUST FREE CALIFORNIA CAR

  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Chevelle
  • Type: Hardtop
  • Trim: Base Hardtop 2-Door
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 75,000
  • VIN: 1D37H2L559475
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 6.6L 6588CC 402Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Base Hardtop 2-Door Description

72 Chevelle restored to accurate SS trim level!Rust free California car!Send an offer!

This 72 Chevelle (build date 3-72) is in fantastic condition and is probably the closest you can expect to owning a brand new original steel 60s/70s muscle car with almost entirely USA 1972 steel (only the front fenders and bumpers are not, see below). There is not a single patch panel on this entire car. The entire underside and the wheel wells are clean and beautiful satin/chassis black (and original 1972 USA steel). The floors still have the factory installed undercoating intact. I wanted to have the undercarriagesandblasted and painted red but it would have been a disservice to the time-capsule-esque condition of this car. Every effort was made to accurately and respectfully make this car fulfill SS trim level. A proper dated engine was sourced, as were all other parts when successfully located. The driveline is all in pristine condition. At the bottom is more specific information about the cars condition and history.

-All rebuilt and blueprinted 1972 casted LS3 402 big block (less than 500 miles on engine)
-------fresh bored 30 over
-------OEM GM forged crank cut .010 and .010
------ Chevy suffix coded CTB build Oct 1971 (1972 chevelle LS3 402)
------ complete with correct casted 1972 LS3 GM 4 barrel intake
-All new OEM reproduction exhaust
-Correct rare and original GM "621" bell housing that accepts a 11" clutch
-Muncie m20 transmission, opened up and fully inspected
-Correct 70-72 Chevelle casted 12 bolt posi rear end differential, 3.55 gears, posi, completely rebuilt and blueprinted
-All new front power disc brakes and rear drum
-All new black interior, front bench, floor shift
-All new springs and shocks both front and back
-All new white letter Cooper tires 235/60/15
-Fresh all black interior (original front bench restored, new headliner, all new door panels, new dash, new dash pad, new carpet)-Smooth "no knob" steering column
-New OEM style muncie shifter with correct handle, knob, and boot
-OEM GM SS gauge cluster with tach, clock, speedo, water gauge, battery gauge, fuel gauge, and oil light
-New Windshield-Power Steering
-All trim/molding/chrome is in great condition
This is a rust free car, assembled in Los Angeles California and it spent almost all its life on the west coast. I have receipts from the car getting tires installed in Oregon in the late 90s. Every attempt has been made to accurately convert the car to proper SS spec and quality. It has rust free 1972 factory OEM floors, trunk floors, quarters, etc everything all in pristine fantastic condition. Everything has zero rust inside and out (even inside of the doors look brand new). There is not a single rusted/stuck bolt on the entire car. The previous owner started a restoration and changed the front fenders because "they had too many parking lot dings", they were replaced with AMD fenders which are made with dies based off new old stock (NOS) panels, and they are the best quality product out there. The bumpers were also replaced with AMD because their quality is the best (original bumpers just have a little too many pits in the chrome). Other than that, its all 72 original and perfect condition steel inside and out.
This car was built to be a safe investment (no modifications, no personal touches, the way an SS would have left the showroom) and I'm ready to pass that along to someone else. It breaks my heart to sell it because I know it will be worth 10,000 more in 5 years. I watched similar build chevelles with poorly patched floors, truck 454s, and wavy body work go for 32k at the Mack auction this past January at the Mack auction in NC, and they don't come close to the build quality of this car. With how much collectors put a premium on OEM steel on a cared-for rust free car, I'm confident if I wait until Jan 2018 this car will go for over 35k at the same auction.
If you have any questions about the car, please do not hesitate to ask. Seriously interested parties should contact me to discuss preferredforms of payment. All serious offers will be considered. A cash sale is greatly preferred.
Seller will fully cooperate with any assistance necessary with transporting / shipping the car around the world at Buyer's expense. If interested I can send a walk-around video of the engine running.