This 1972 Chevelle Malibu has always been a southern car with spending most of its life in Florida. Extra clean with uncut floor pans, super straight body lines and excellent custom orange paint-work. The list of high quality parts on this ride is extensive. First, the engine is a 1969 402 cubic inch Big Block Chevy built just right to run on pump gas. Topped with a 750cfm Demon carb, Holley electric fuel pump, Edelbrock Performer RPM Airgap intake, Taylor “409” Pro plug wires, HEI Ignition, 2’’ big tube Hooker Competition Headers, full 3’’ exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. This setup is tuned to perfection. It starts up effortlessly and is begging to be driven. Up front is a reliable and efficient late model GM Serpentine belt setup. A heavy duty 33’’ Be Cool aluminum radiator with dual SPAL electric fans. The transmission is a Turbo 350 automatic that has been rebuilt with internal upgrades, stall torque converter and DERALE transmission pan with cooling tubes. With all that go-fast potential, the front brakes have 12’’ rotors with KORE3 dual piston calipers and steel braided hoses to help slow the Chevelle down. Custom 18’’ COYS wheels with 275/40ZR18 Sumitomo HTRZ tires. The interior is tastefully done with a mix of grey microfiber and black leather with orange stitching that is complimented nicely by a B&M Megashifter mounted on the floor. Finished off with Autometer Sport-Comp Tachometer, water temp and oil pressure gauges. This is an all around great car that could be driven anywhere and is sure to turn a few heads in the process.