This Chevy Chevelle has waited 50 years for a new owner!
The old-school Chevelle is a forever reigning king when it comes to the muscle car era. When one thinks back to those golden days, it's a car that likely comes to mind first. Considered a powerhouse from the factory, here we have an incredible 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS that has strayed far from its factory roots. Better than ever, this new version would smoke the old one out of the water in regards to performance.
Since the 1972 model year was the end of a Chevelle generation, this was the last time one could get the beefy front end with a fastback profile and a hardtop without pillars. This particular example has only been driven 33K miles, and features a retro cool color combo of Orange Flame paint, contrasting black vinyl interior and black vinyl top.
This real deal Super Sport has been carefully preserved for 50 years and includes the new-car vehicle warranty policy documenting the name of the original owner and the VIN and the original warranty service Protectoplate.
Powering this 1972 Chevy Chevelle SS is a 402 cubic inch LS3 engine, which is backed by a M20 4-speed manual transmission. The drivetrain feeds into a 3.31 gear ration positraction 12-bolt rear axle.
You can win this low-mileage, real SS Chevelle now and $17K to cover the taxes. All you need to do is make a small donation to be entered, and you get more entries as a Motorious reader.