1972 CHEVELLE SS
The Chevrolet Chevelle is one of Chevrolet’s most popular models ever sold, one of the best selling cars of its era and it remains a model coveted by hot-rodders and collectors alike.
The 1972 Chevelle SS had a range of big block engines, transmission and carburetor options.
When ordered as a SS (“Super Sport”) package, the car came with a 3.31:1 gear ratio – the strongest ratio available at the time.
In the styling department, the twin-headlamp setup from the previous years was reduced to a single headlamp arrangement and the front parking lamps/turn signals were moved to the corners of the fenders.
On the rear of the car, the black composite piece on the bumper was dropped and the single square tail lamps were replaced with twin round tail lamps like what you would get on the Corvette or Camaro of the same vintage.
These cars looked tough and muscular from any angle.
This 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS features its matching-numbers L48 350ci V8 engine mated to a TH350 automatic transmission and 12-bolt rear end.
The car is equipped with power steering, power disc brakes, bucket seats and centre console.
It has an automatic transmission with original horseshoe shifter, SS gauge package with tachometer, AM radio and correct SS wheels.
The exterior is extremely sharp and has been refinished in its original shade of Mulsanne Blue with a white vinyl top and spotless matching white vinyl interior.
The car grips the road with BF Goodrich Radial TAs.
There is nothing to spend, a fantastic cruiser.
ENGINE: V8 – 350 Cubic Inch
FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM: 4-Barrell Carburetor
TRANSMISSION: Automatic with Horseshoe Shifter
BRAKES: Power Disc Brakes
PAINT: Mulsanne Blue