This Big Block 1972 Chevelle Is Done Just Right!
With serious budget and many hours invested this Chevy Chevelle is one magnificent example of a well build muscle car from the early 70’s. She has both the beefy appearance and the high performance powertrain every gearhead is after combined with brand new factory style interior.
This 1972 Chevelle A-body is literally spotless, the House of Kolor paint is flawless accented with dual stripes achieving this beautiful look, while the 4-inch cowl hood and Weld Racing wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson’s street/drag radials contribute to the aggressiveness.
The bucket seat interior of this 1972 Chevy Chevelle is completely redone with full set of White-face Autometer gauges and B&M shifter added for better driving experience. The motor is a rebuilt 454 cube Big Block V8 with plenty of go fast mods capable of over 500 horsepower controlled by Turbo 350 transmission.
Check out the full video review of this muscle car filmed few years ago by WeBe Autos.