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  1. Electrical & Wiring
    In summary, wiring up the tail lights with a painless wiring kit for the 72 with the four lights, interior two being for reverse only. Observation 1 If I disconnect the brake switch I have 0 volts at the (left turn, right turn, taillights, and brake lights) regardless of the position of the...
  2. Chevelle Tech
    winters (somewhat) over and it’s time for me to bring my car back from sitting at my dads house. anything i need to do before driving it 25 miles back to my moms? should i add something to the gas? i saw the oil a month ago and it was charcoal black and felt like water but his girlfriend...
  3. Restoration Corner
    I understand there was a change in 1971 tail lamps with a larger backup lens area. Anyone know the approximate date the change was done? Am I correct the smaller backup lens was the early version? Did the outside tail lamp change as well?
  4. Chevelle Tech
    A guy was telling me that he has a very rare 1972 454 Heavy Chevy Chevelle, one of the very few built near the end of the production year. When he claimed that someone wanted the car and was willing to pay over $200K, I said OK. I never say never. Did they ever make a 454 Heavy Chevy in '72...
  5. What's it worth?
    I am a new member and also new to the market for a Chevelle - I have always loved them. My preference in body styles lie with the 72. I came across one today and was pretty excited about it. The only concern I have is that its not a SS and not a malibu its the base model. I plan on using...
  6. Transmission & Driveline
    Ok guys. I've searched high and low on the site and can't really find an answer. So here's the deal. I've got a Tremec T56 mated to my '72 402 BBC, with McLeod Racing Pro street clutch and flywheel (both part numbers given to me by McLeod tech so I know they are correct). I installed the...
  7. JAyers 72 Chevelle SS Clone Project

    This is my 1972 SS clone project car. As you can see, it needs tons of work, but I can't wait to bring this beast back to life.
  8. Body Shop
    I searched around for an answer to my question without any good results. My question is, what is the difference in placement of the "By Chevrolet" portion of the rear trunk lid emblem? I've seen it where it is indented over to the right side, starting under the second E, and also where it...
  9. American Auto Wire
    Do you have a 1968-1972 Chevelle station wagon or El Camino? Wondering why we don’t make a Classic Update series kit for you? Well, fear not, because we do. You can use our 1968-1969 Chevelle (part# 510158) and 1970-1972 Chevelle (part# 510105) Classic Update kits with this El Camino and...
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