$50 000

1972 Chevrolet Chevelle

Car Details
Body Coupe
Mileage 5000 mi
Year 1972
Transmission Manual
Exterior Color Red
Interior Color White
VIN: 1D37W2K613251
Seller Note
A PIECE OF AMERICAN MUSCLE HISTORY 1972 Chevelle SS 454 VIN# 1D37W2K613251 Nothing says classic Americana like this original 1972 Chevelle SS two-door hardtop with true original 454. This 454 Chevelle is a true survivor. It has not been restored or embellished. This awesome Chevelle has been garage housed nearly 40 years of its life. You can follow this classic Chevelle from its birth to its build to its delivery. The following documentation will confirm all features of this vehicle and take you on a walk through its awesome history with the following original documentation being offered with this 1972 Chevelle SS. Original window sticker Original factory build sheet Original car shipper report Original warranty policy Actual authorized selling dealer plate imprints: Chevrolet “Protect-O-Plate” Original dealership car invoice Original handwritten retail order from dealer Original Chevrolet service inspection form This 1972 Chevelle was custom ordered at Reichert Chev-Olds in Woodstock, Illinois on March 8, 1972, and from there this Chevelle’s magnificent journey began. GM’s official production for the Chevelle was April 13, 1972, with assembly occurring in Kansas City, Missouri. From there this magnificent Chevelle was delivered to the Reichert dealership on May 22, 1972. Finally, this car found its home with its original owner on May 31, 1972. You can follow the Chevelle’s history with the well-preserved historical documents directly from GM and Reichert Chev-Olds. This 1972 Chevelle SS 454 is finished in beautiful cranberry red with black rally stripes and classic vinyl interior. This Chevelle was a custom order and contains the following coded features: LS5 Turbo Jet V8 engine M40 3-speed auto transmission G80 positraction axle with 3:31 ratio A51 Strato bucket seats NK4 Sports steering wheel N40 power steering ZL2 cowl induction hood UM2 AM/FM radio with tape player U35 electric clock Z15 SS equipment