Survivor, was parked on the side of a garage in inner-city St Paul for nearly 20 years. Was my wife's aunt's driver until she bought a '60s Mustang and parked this. Threw a simple tune-up and rolling stock at it and it was back on the road.
1972 Chevrolet Chevelle (red)
1999 stock 5.7 long block with the factory Vortec heads. GM HOT cam kit and Holley Stealth Ram manifold. harness and sensors taken from various GM applications, Accel injectors, a serp setup from a mid-90s truck, Master/booster are stock off something GM. Aluminum radiator from a '80s Caprice and electric fan setup from a Chevy Venture van. Ac Deleted. 1993 suburban 4L60 trans.
Original interior was white bench seat, column shift with sweep dash. Traded white for some used black pieces, swapped in a SS style dash with gauges, Scat seats, and a Kilduff Machine lightning rid shifter with homemade handles.
Original body except the hood, vinyl top, and windshield. Wheels went from original Torque-Thrusts from the '70s to wide rallys to US Mags. Body is same color, has NOT been painted, just cleaned up and polished (the paint photos well, but is pretty worn out)
Viking coilovers all around. Southside Machine boxed control arms, Hotchkiss front bar, PST bushings, '69 Chevelle rear axle with Eaton 4.10 posi.
Wheel and Tire
US Mag Ramblers with Nitto NT555 rubber. 17x8 with 245/45ZR17 fronts and 18x9.5 with 295/45ZR18 rears