1972 Chevrolet Chevelle goes on saleNovember 13, 2020
Mecum Auctions auctioned a 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle that was redesigned by Count’s Kustoms for Vegas Golden Knights goalkeeper Marc-Andre Fleury.
As the ad description suggests, the vehicle for sale comes with an LS2 engine, air conditioning, power windows, a unique red leather interior and much more.
In addition, the car has a black body with white stripes, 20-inch matte wheels, a unique exhaust system, LED headlights, SpeedTech suspension and a 4L60 transmission. It is noted that the car comes with a set of Ridler wheels and a jersey signed by the hockey player.
The Chevelle also features a soft top, Dakota Digital RTX instrument cluster, a new stereo system with subwoofer and amplifier. It is worth mentioning that the Chevelle is a mid-range car that was produced between 1964 and 1978. This vehicle was based on the GM A-body architecture and was one of the most successful Chevrolet models.
In addition, it was recently noted that the collection of Plymouth cars will be sold at auction. It should be emphasized that these machines were collected by the American banker Paul Eder from Kansas. Van Der Brink will be selling cars
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