Mark’s 1972 Chevelle Super Sport

Built From The Ground Up

Mark’s 1972 Chevelle Super Sport

Mark spent 5 years searching for the perfect Chevelle, and knew he had found it when he stumbled across this clean blue on blue 1972 Chevelle SS.

Although it was an original small block car, there was a 1970 Chevy 396 Big Block already installed, which Mark had rebuilt. After adding a functional cowl induction system and new bumpers, Mark had the car repainted in a mirror finish Mulsanne blue paint with white stripes.

Ground Up Parts Featured In This Build

1970-1972 Chevelle Cowl Induction Outer Door Kit

Part #: ACX-970

$116.71

You Save: 10%

1970-1972 Chevelle Cowl Induction Air Cleaner Kit (Black Lid)

Part #: ACX-72

$166.47

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1971-1972 Chevelle Bumper Front

Part #: MAU-71F

$179.95

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1971-1972 Chevelle Bumper Rear

Part #: MAU-71R

$179.95

You Save: 20%

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