1972 Chevrolet Impala 17548 Miles Brown 350 Automatic

  • Location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Impala
  • Type: --
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 17548
  • VIN: 1M39H21136769
  • Color: Brown
  • Engine size: 350
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: --
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: --
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1972 Chevrolet Impala Description

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1972 Chevy Impala survivor! This rare vehicle comes in a clean aegean brown paint job complemented by a spotless black interior. Powering the Impala is believed to be the original 350 cubic inch V8 engine mated to a smooth shifting automatic transmission. Additionally, the miles on this vehicle are indeed believed to be the original miles. Features of the Impala include power steering, power brakes, functioning heat, A/C and more. The vehicle comes to us from the original owner who has always properly stored and maintained the vehicle. Some of the recent maintenance includes a new heater core, fuel sending unit, and more. All of which comes with receipts from a locally well know classic automobile shop. The Chevy Impala is one of the most iconic vehicle lines ever produced. So, if you're in the market for a true find, please consider this incredible Chevy Impala. Please contact us today for more information.
The 1971 redesigned B-body would be the largest car ever offered by Chevrolet. The hardtop Sport Coupe continued to be offered; it was a smoothly sloped semi-fastback reminiscent of the 1961 "bubbletop" styling. A three-speed manual transmission remained standard at the beginning of the year, but in the spring of 1971 all V8-equipped full-size GM cars got Turbo Hydra-Matic as standard equipment. Powerglide remained optionally available for six-cylinder cars until the 1973 models. In keeping with their huge size, these new "B" body Chevrolets were close to Cadillac in luxury features, styling, and ride. Like all GM "B" bodied cars, Impala got a new power ventilation system that remained on while the ignition was on, and included both large vents in the instrument panel and louvers in the trunk. However, the system proved to be problematic and was disliked by many buyers.