1972 Chevrolet Chevelle
FOR SALE: a real and rare "Heavy Chevy Chevelle" It's a 1972 Chevy Chevelle. Body was taken off and frame por15. New body mounts. Car was just painted matte bright silver metallic on 6/3/15. Floors are new. Rear quarters are new. Inner fenders new. Hood is new. 350 Motor rebuilt 2500 miles ago with medium cam. Exhaust is Pypes 3" and new with headers. Transmission is a TH350 rebuilt with shift kit and trans cooler. Front disc brakes added and new with master. Rear brakes still drums but new. Gas tank is new with sending unit. New fuel lines. New brake lines. New electrical gauges and all work. All lights work. Wipers work but no washer fluid. Heat works and blows for cold nights. New rubber and wheels. New carpet. Interior is ok. Driver door panel is curling a little at the bottom. Front seat backs are missing but found on YearOne for $85. Seat headrests missing but still looking for them YearOne has fir $150. Needs headliner but all rods and retaining metal there. Absolutely zero rot or rust on the car. Car runs excellent and you can definitely drive hours with it and not worry about breaking down. For Sale or Trade. Will trade up or down for other muscle cars or motorcycles. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED! B/O or Trade HEMMINGS Heavy Chevy Chevelles do command a healthy premium over comparably equipped base models but as a rule they aren't as valuable as Super Sports. At Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdale sale in 2010 a nice-looking 1972 Heavy Chevy with a 307 and a three-speed automatic said to have 7000 original miles and supporting paperwork sold for $27500. A recent online auction for a beautifully restored 1971 Heavy Chevy topped out at $16300 and the seller opted to keep the car. Popular price guides put Heavy Chevy values at $10000 on the low end $20000 on average and $35000 on the high end. If you're considering a project car a Heavy Chevy Chevelle would make an excellent candidate. The parts availability is among the best of any car of its vintage and the knowledge base is widespread.