1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Ss Ss on 2040-cars
Princeton, New Jersey, United States
No rust anywhere, no damage except scratch by SS emblem on pass side and small chip
by headlamp bezel and driver door rocker panel. See pics. Original interior in very good condition no dash cracks,
sheet metal,12 bolt rear, and I believe Muncie M21 4 spd. Engine code is 3999290 1-15-71 and vin is T092CTB
Which is a 402 built on 9/15/1971. I donít believe it to be original to car but not sure as it is a 1971 built
I had the engine removed, checked, cleaned/painted, compression tested and it is tight and strong.
Added hooker headers and complete custom dual exhaust, Edelbrock aluminum intake, bigger cam, new performance
ignition wires and plugs. Replaced the original AC (still have most of the old parts) with a new Vintage Air
system. Brakes all recently replaced, new clutch, new tires, holly carb rebuilt, new power brake booster, master
cylinder, flex brake lines. New HD aluminum radiator, water pump, hoses, belts, battery, filters. New shocks, and
alignment. Electronic ignition.
This is a true SS, not a clone. Has big block U code vin, boxed rear control arms, true SS interior from 1971/72.
Operational cowl induction hood. This car is straight, looks and runs/drives amazing. Sounds fantastic.
Has 8-track player which I believe is original to the car. All gauges and lights work as they should ( except the
clock) tilt steering column, original sport wheels (15Ē).
The car maybe has 5,000 miles since paint and engine rebuild. Paint is still an 8/10
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