Here’s an iconic 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle 454 coupe in a standout color combo that has been fully serviced within the last 600 miles, including the performance-built big block under the hood and modern A/C. Yup, someone did all the hard work on this bold muscle car, and now’s your opportunity to reap the rewards.
The Pewter Silver gets this coupe noticed everywhere it goes. It’s a period-correct color that has a precious metal tone that looks great when the sunshine hits it. And because this one wants to wear its color with distention, the bumpers have a mirror-like luster to keep them individual from the silver. But more than just shine, there is a darker side to this Super Sport, and it comes from all your favorite SS features. The dual stripes that highlight the cowl induction hood, blacked-out grille, and the correct factory SS wheels add a deep, dark, and sinister attitude to the package. Add in hood pins and proper SS badging throughout, and you soon realize that no matter if you love the light or the dark side of this coupe, it’s all out to impress.
One look inside, and you get more reminders of why this car is a cut-above. The seats and carpeting look like they’ve been replaced recently, so it looks fresh from ’72. Black buckets flanking a center console make this Chevelle a lot more desirable than most of its bench seat siblings. It leaves room for the iconic horseshoe shifter that makes this coupe really feel like a Super Sport should. It has all the right features for the driver, including the three-spoke sports steering wheel, and the proper round gauge dash. There’s comfort features like cup holders and a newer AM/FM/cassette stereo that fits in the original knob-style radio opening. And because we know you’ll want to roll down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop, the air conditioning is running modern R134a to keep you cool all year long.
You could still get a big block from the factory in 1972, but nothing that ran like this one. It’s a period-correct motor that was rebuilt less than 600 miles ago, and the investment was to do more than just look good. It has the seal around the air filter unit so you can get a true cold air cowl induction, and that feeds the Holley four-barrel carburetor. The whole system exhales deeply through stainless headers on their way to the rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, with a TH400 three-speed automatic and a 12-bolt rear end, you know you can reliably back up this Chevelle’s bark with serious bite. But when it comes to just being a nice cruiser, this one has it well in hand, too. The suspension was restored at the same time as the motor, so you know the components are still fresh. And features like the power steering, front disc brakes, and BF Goodrich rubber at each corner make this a nice anytime ride.
There’s nothing quite like a turnkey big block Chevelle coupe. It gets attention for all the right reasons, and it has enough great features to be a daily driver. All of this proves that this silver Chevelle is truly precious metal. Call today!!!