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1972 Chevrolet Chevelle LSX 454 Protouring Restomod

Sale price: $163,000.00 make an offer

Car location: Grapevine, Texas, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Year:
1972
Mileage:
810
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1972 Chevrolet Chevelle LSX 454 Protouring Restomod for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.5) based on 42 votes
 (817) 402-3434(817) 402-3434

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Black 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle LSX 454 CID V8 6 Speed Manual Available Now!

Stock #:

DFW1458

Exterior Color:

Black

Interior Color:

Black

Transmission:

6 Speed Manual

Engine:

LSX 454 CID V8

Mileage:

810

Vehicle Original VIN : 1C37J2R606180

Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is pleased to offer this Stunning 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Restomod! The product of a fresh, $200K restoration that transformed a sun-seeking Malibu into a shadow-dwelling Super Sport, this slick Chevelle hardtop features a seamless and sinister appearance that's highlighted by a coat of jet-black paint. The car's high performance, Mast Motorsports LSX 454, which twists stout 11.4 to 1 compression into 628 dyno-proven horsepower and a massive 585 lb./ft. of torque, is a technological testament to the old rule: more cubic inches equals more horsepower! That killer small block sprints to its 6,800 RPM redline thanks to a fresh Tremec Magnum 6-speed that's built to handle 700 lb./ft. of torque. Holding that world-class drivetrain off the pavement is a $21K Art Morrison boxed chassis, which is seated between traditional mini tubs. At the front of that chassis, tubular control arms hang adjustable Strange coil-overs and Detroit Speed power rack and pinion steering between an Art Morrison sway bar and tough, C6 Corvette spindles. At the back of that chassis, an Art Morrison, chrome-moly 4-link is complete with two more Strange coil-overs and a second Art Morison sway bar. And at the corners of the car, a $4K set of Boze Lateral G wheels spin sticky 275/35ZR18 front, and 335/30ZR18 rear, BF Goodrich G-Force T/As around locking lug nuts and “LSX" branded center caps. This stunning Chevelle looks absolutely predatory, and will likely attract a TON of attention wherever it goes. And with 628 horsepower under its hood, and a whole roster of top-notch equipment that's already spec-d and seamlessly bolted together, it's your one way ticket to instant gratification!

In an era where your local Chevy dealer sells 580 horsepower pony cars, and a whole roster of global companies engineer modern performance products for anything from a Civic to a Cadillac, it's safe to say the pro-touring movement is alive and well. With that in mind, every so often we get a first class pro-tourer that instantly draws a crowd, even in our showroom of exclusive, one-of-a-kind muscle cars. This stunning Chevelle, which couples a Mast Motorsports LSX small block with a beefy Tremec 6-speed and serialized Art Morrison chassis, is one such stare magnet. Between its cool, custom interior and chill-inducing color combination, the car seems to have so much curb appeal that we've joked about selling tickets just to look at it! But, in our effort to become your one-stop shop for the world's coolest muscle cars, we decided to offer it as an amazing classic that can be enjoyed on the road AND at the show.

The product of a fresh, $200K restoration that transformed a sun-seeking Malibu into a shadow-dwelling Super Sport, this slick Chevy hardtop features a seamless and sinister appearance that's highlighted by a coat of jet-black paint. Now, we all know it isn't easy to perfect a body that's going to be dipped in deep black pigment and that difficulty doubles when said black pigment is pretty much the ONLY thing prospective admirers have to focus on. But, no worries here; just take one look down the sides of this Chevelle's rock-solid fuselage and it becomes obvious that great care was taken to ensure each of its panels were aligned to better-than-factory fit. Step closer to those panels' hypnotic finish and check out their straight and ripple-free surfaces, which are a product of both rust-free sheetmetal and high quality prep work. Grab that sheetmetal's well-adjusted pivot points and feel how smoothly they close to provide an excellent fit, which is highlighted by precise gaps and glossy clearcoat sheen. Now, step back and watch it all add up to one very well-done pro-tourer that's built to exacting specifications.

Many enthusiasts view the '70 Chevelle as the pinnacle of both muscle car and classic Chevy design. That's probably why this '72 is so intent on lying about its true age. At the front of its aphotic profile, a familiar crossbar grille hangs smoked Fesler HIDs above a full, body-matched bumper that's complete with heavily smoked marker lamps. Behind that grille, a striking carbon fiber hood anchors a custom cowl panel below two Ringbrothers lanyards, a small, body-matched sport mirror and tinted glass that's framed in glossy, color-keyed trim. At the sides of that hood, modern, Charcoal door handles combine with completely shaved fenders to add sensual sizzle to the car's liquid-smooth profile. And at the back of that profile, a second, body-matched bumper hangs smoked Dakota Digital LEDs beneath a bright, carbon fiber deck lid.

Few cars fit the “muscle car" description better than a Chevelle. So, when it comes to building an A-Body that's as threatening as this Chevelle, you'd better have SERIOUS power on tap. Twisting stout 11.4 to 1 compression into 628 dyno-proven horsepower and a massive 585 lb./ft. [ omitted ]. A perfect amount of air and fuel is supplied by a mandatory GM throttle body that's cinched to a big, reusable filter element. That air and fuel mixes in a proven Vortec intake and progresses to familiar LS3 cylinder heads that are built with Manley pushrods and LS3 hydraulic roller lifters. Immediately following combustion, spent gases roar through 3-inch, mandrel-bent pipes via black, Jet-Hot coated Stainless Works headers. And a big Be Cool radiator, two Spal puller fans, a heavy duty crankcase breather and high quality Aeromotive fuel components ensure rocket-like acceleration. The modern small block rides in a clean, body-matched engine bay that displays OEM-level attentiveness to both engineering and assembly. And many details, like a smoothed firewall, braided fluid lines, orange, “LSX 454" branded valve covers and slick Fesler hood hardware, dress up GM's traditionally conservative aesthetics.

This is usually the point in a pro-tourer breakdown where passive optimism has turned into nail-biting enthusiasm. And unfortunately, that excitement is sometimes dampened by statements like “a stalwart TH400 transmission" or “a familiar 12-bolt rear end". Not so with this first class Chevelle! Its owner's crystal clear vision of eventual perfection has culminated in a completely custom suspension that's chock full of high performance hardware and modern drivetrain components. The killer small block twists to its 6,800 RPM redline thanks to a fresh Tremec Magnum 6-speed that's built to handle 700 lb./ft. of torque. Fitted with a scatter shield, and sealed in a Quick Time bellhousing, that stout T56 utilizes an ACT Xtreme twin-disc clutch and custom, alloy driveshaft to spin a limited slip differential around a back-braced, 9-inch rear end, big, 3.89 gears and Strange axles. Holding that world class drivetrain off the pavement is a $21K Art Morrison boxed chassis, which is seated between traditional mini tubs. At the front of that chassis, tubular control arms hang adjustable Strange coil-overs and Detroit Speed power rack and pinion steering between an Art Morrison sway bar and tough, C6 Corvette spindles. At the back of that chassis, an Art Morrison, chrome-moly 4-link is complete with two more Strange coil-overs and a second Art Morison sway bar. Stops come courtesy of a body-matched, Wilwood disc brake system that wraps 6-piston front calipers, and 4-piston rear calipers, around 14-inch drilled and slotted rotors. At the center of the car, custom, mandrel-bent pipes swirl spent gases through a big, X-shaped crossover to polished resonators and great sounding Dynomax mufflers. And at the corners of the car, a $4K set of Boze Lateral G wheels spin sticky 275/35ZR18 front, and 335/30ZR18 rear, BF Goodrich G-Force T/As around locking lug nuts and “LSX" branded center caps. [ omitted ]. And essentials like a new fuel tank, braided brake lines and an in-tank, high flow fuel pump round out a roster of top notch details.

Open this Chevy's solid-closing doors

Vehicle Description

Vehicle Original VIN : 1C37J2R606180

Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is pleased to offer this Stunning 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Restomod! The product of a fresh, $200K restoration that transformed a sun-seeking Malibu into a shadow-dwelling Super Sport, this slick Chevelle hardtop features a seamless and sinister appearance that's highlighted by a coat of jet-black paint. The car's high performance, Mast Motorsports LSX 454, which twists stout 11.4 to 1 compression into 628 dyno-proven horsepower and a massive 585 lb./ft. of torque, is a technological testament to the old rule: more cubic inches equals more horsepower! That killer small block sprints to its 6,800 RPM redline thanks to a fresh Tremec Magnum 6-speed that's built to handle 700 lb./ft. of torque. Holding that world-class drivetrain off the pavement is a $21K Art Morrison boxed chassis, which is seated between traditional mini tubs. At the front of that chassis, tubular control arms hang adjustable Strange coil-overs and Detroit Speed power rack and pinion steering between an Art Morrison sway bar and tough, C6 Corvette spindles. At the back of that chassis, an Art Morrison, chrome-moly 4-link is complete with two more Strange coil-overs and a second Art Morison sway bar. And at the corners of the car, a $4K set of Boze Lateral G wheels spin sticky 275/35ZR18 front, and 335/30ZR18 rear, BF Goodrich G-Force T/As around locking lug nuts and “LSX" branded center caps. This stunning Chevelle looks absolutely predatory, and will likely attract a TON of attention wherever it goes. And with 628 horsepower under its hood, and a whole roster of top-notch equipment that's already spec-d and seamlessly bolted together, it's your one way ticket to instant gratification!

In an era where your local Chevy dealer sells 580 horsepower pony cars, and a whole roster of global companies engineer modern performance products for anything from a Civic to a Cadillac, it's safe to say the pro-touring movement is alive and well. With that in mind, every so often we get a first class pro-tourer that instantly draws a crowd, even in our showroom of exclusive, one-of-a-kind muscle cars. This stunning Chevelle, which couples a Mast Motorsports LSX small block with a beefy Tremec 6-speed and serialized Art Morrison chassis, is one such stare magnet. Between its cool, custom interior and chill-inducing color combination, the car seems to have so much curb appeal that we've joked about selling tickets just to look at it! But, in our effort to become your one-stop shop for the world's coolest muscle cars, we decided to offer it as an amazing classic that can be enjoyed on the road AND at the show.

The product of a fresh, $200K restoration that transformed a sun-seeking Malibu into a shadow-dwelling Super Sport, this slick Chevy hardtop features a seamless and sinister appearance that's highlighted by a coat of jet-black paint. Now, we all know it isn't easy to perfect a body that's going to be dipped in deep black pigment and that difficulty doubles when said black pigment is pretty much the ONLY thing prospective admirers have to focus on. But, no worries here; just take one look down the sides of this Chevelle's rock-solid fuselage and it becomes obvious that great care was taken to ensure each of its panels were aligned to better-than-factory fit. Step closer to those panels' hypnotic finish and check out their straight and ripple-free surfaces, which are a product of both rust-free sheetmetal and high quality prep work. Grab that sheetmetal's well-adjusted pivot points and feel how smoothly they close to provide an excellent fit, which is highlighted by precise gaps and glossy clearcoat sheen. Now, step back and watch it all add up to one very well-done pro-tourer that's built to exacting specifications.

Many enthusiasts view the '70 Chevelle as the pinnacle of both muscle car and classic Chevy design. That's probably why this '72 is so intent on lying about its true age. At the front of its aphotic profile, a familiar crossbar grille hangs smoked Fesler HIDs above a full, body-matched bumper that's complete with heavily smoked marker lamps. Behind that grille, a striking carbon fiber hood anchors a custom cowl panel below two Ringbrothers lanyards, a small, body-matched sport mirror and tinted glass that's framed in glossy, color-keyed trim. At the sides of that hood, modern, Charcoal door handles combine with completely shaved fenders to add sensual sizzle to the car's liquid-smooth profile. And at the back of that profile, a second, body-matched bumper hangs smoked Dakota Digital LEDs beneath a bright, carbon fiber deck lid.

Few cars fit the “muscle car" description better than a Chevelle. So, when it comes to building an A-Body that's as threatening as this Chevelle, you'd better have SERIOUS power on tap. Twisting stout 11.4 to 1 compression into 628 dyno-proven horsepower and a massive 585 lb./ft. [ omitted ]. A perfect amount of air and fuel is supplied by a mandatory GM throttle body that's cinched to a big, reusable filter element. That air and fuel mixes in a proven Vortec intake and progresses to familiar LS3 cylinder heads that are built with Manley pushrods and LS3 hydraulic roller lifters. Immediately following combustion, spent gases roar through 3-inch, mandrel-bent pipes via black, Jet-Hot coated Stainless Works headers. And a big Be Cool radiator, two Spal puller fans, a heavy duty crankcase breather and high quality Aeromotive fuel components ensure rocket-like acceleration. The modern small block rides in a clean, body-matched engine bay that displays OEM-level attentiveness to both engineering and assembly. And many details, like a smoothed firewall, braided fluid lines, orange, “LSX 454" branded valve covers and slick Fesler hood hardware, dress up GM's traditionally conservative aesthetics.

This is usually the point in a pro-tourer breakdown where passive optimism has turned into nail-biting enthusiasm. And unfortunately, that excitement is sometimes dampened by statements like “a stalwart TH400 transmission" or “a familiar 12-bolt rear end". Not so with this first class Chevelle! Its owner's crystal clear vision of eventual perfection has culminated in a completely custom suspension that's chock full of high performance hardware and modern drivetrain components. The killer small block twists to its 6,800 RPM redline thanks to a fresh Tremec Magnum 6-speed that's built to handle 700 lb./ft. of torque. Fitted with a scatter shield, and sealed in a Quick Time bellhousing, that stout T56 utilizes an ACT Xtreme twin-disc clutch and custom, alloy driveshaft to spin a limited slip differential around a back-braced, 9-inch rear end, big, 3.89 gears and Strange axles. Holding that world class drivetrain off the pavement is a $21K Art Morrison boxed chassis, which is seated between traditional mini tubs. At the front of that chassis, tubular control arms hang adjustable Strange coil-overs and Detroit Speed power rack and pinion steering between an Art Morrison sway bar and tough, C6 Corvette spindles. At the back of that chassis, an Art Morrison, chrome-moly 4-link is complete with two more Strange coil-overs and a second Art Morison sway bar. Stops come courtesy of a body-matched, Wilwood disc brake system that wraps 6-piston front calipers, and 4-piston rear calipers, around 14-inch drilled and slotted rotors. At the center of the car, custom, mandrel-bent pipes swirl spent gases through a big, X-shaped crossover to polished resonators and great sounding Dynomax mufflers. And at the corners of the car, a $4K set of Boze Lateral G wheels spin sticky 275/35ZR18 front, and 335/30ZR18 rear, BF Goodrich G-Force T/As around locking lug nuts and “LSX" branded center caps. [ omitted ]. And essentials like a new fuel tank, braided brake lines and an in-tank, high flow fuel pump round out a roster of top notch details.

Open this Chevy's solid-closing doors

Vehicle Warranty

This vehicle is "For Sale by Owner," displayed at Gateway Classic Cars, who is acting only as a Sales Agent. The Company is not making any representations as to the condition and/or the value of this vehicle. Gateway Classic Cars has not checked the condition (mechanical or structural), mileage or authenticity of this vehicle and is relying on the information provided by the seller. The company is not responsible for omissions and/or errors in advertising this vehicle and the buyer shall hold the Company harmless from all future claims arising from any representations made by the Seller. All vehicles are sold on an AS-IS, WHERE-IS basis.

OR

This Vehicle is owned by the Company, however, the Company is not making any representations as to the condition, authenticity, mileage or originality of this vehicle. The Company is not issuing any warranties, verbal or written and is not responsible for any omissions or errors in advertising. The Customer is relying solely on the previous owners information and/or its own inspection, knowledge and judgment on this vehicle. The Company is not a certified mechanic or appraiser.  All vehicles are sold on an AS-IS, WHERE-IS basis

About Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas

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Selling your car has never been easier thanks to Gateway Classic Cars. Our proven Consignment Process provides you with the peace of mind and our team will remove the stress of selling privately and the risks of losing money at auction. You retain ownership and title of the vehicle until we sell it! Your vehicle receives a professional photo shoot of up to 100 pictures and a video presenting your vehicle plus a professional write-up and featured on our extended advertising network. Join our success of being the World's Largest Classic Car Company since 1999.

For over 20 years we have helped over 34,000 collectors around the world
buy, sell or trade their classics and we can help you too!

Call  817-402-3434 for more information on how we can help you sell your vehicle.

Are you ready to sell your classic, exotic, or special interest vehicle?

With over 3,000 of the World's finest collector vehicles located in 18 state-of-the-art showrooms nationwide,

Gateway Classic Cars is your premier consignment company!

Selling your car has never been easier thanks to Gateway Classic Cars. Our proven Consignment Process provides you with the peace of mind and our team will remove the stress of selling privately and the risks of losing money at auction. You retain ownership and title of the vehicle until we sell it! Your vehicle receives a professional photo shoot of up to 100 pictures and a video presenting your vehicle plus a professional write-up and featured on our extended advertising network. Join our success of being the World's Largest Classic Car Company since 1999.

For over 20 years we have helped over 34,000 collectors around the world
buy, sell or trade their classics and we can help you too!

Call  817-402-3434 for more information on how we can help you sell your vehicle.

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AVAILABILITY: We advertise our inventory across multiple websites. It is best practice to inquire about the advertised vehicle prior to purchasing in order confirm that it was not already sold. Vehicles may be sold prior to its eBay advertising ending, and we reserve the right to end advertising/listing early or to cancel any and all bids/offers solely at our discretion and shall not be held liable for any such cancellation.  In the event that a bidder has the winning bid or finalizes the buy it now price, but did not check availability and the vehicle was sold before a deposit and contracts were executed, then we are not liable nor responsible.

AS-IS WHERE-IS: All vehicles are sold on an AS-IS WHERE-IS basis.  Having a third party inspection and addressing any concerns is recommended prior to purchase.  It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser to verify all advertisements which shall include but not limited to options, accessories, and vehicle condition before time of sale.  If the purchaser chooses to waive an inspection, the AS-IS WHERE-IS is still enforced.  Any concerns will not be addressed post sale as the sale is final without cures or remedies.

PAYMENT: We require a non-refundable $1,000 deposit within 24 hours of offer being placed.  A deposit is a commitment to purchase and is applied towards the purchase price. The commitment to purchase is not contingent upon inspection, financing, or any other terms or conditions.

We require full payment within 7 days of offer acceptance, unless other arrangements are agreed to in writing.

If the deposit and/or full payment are not provided within said time frame, all vehicles will be relisted and transaction will be considered null and void.

We accept wire transfer (preferred), cashier's check, personal check (vehicle shipment will be delayed until check clears), ACH, credit cards (for the agreed deposit amount only and will incur a 3% fee), and in person cash payments. We also offer vehicle financing, please inquire for details prior to making bids/offers.  PayPal and American Express is not accepted.

VEHICLE RELEASE: Signed purchase packet which shall include but not limited to the purchase contract, cleared payment in full, and a copy of your driver's license will be needed before the vehicle is released.

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All finalized transactions will have additional charges if applicable which could include the following: sales tax, title fees, license & registration fees, and other additional government or licensing agency charges to register the vehicle.  The purchaser is responsible for these charges.

The advertised price and winning auction bids shall include a document fee of $149.73.

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