1972 Chevrolet Impala

The 1972 Chevrolet Impala was positioned above the Bel Air and below the Caprice. Body styles included a sedan, 2-door hardtop coupe, 4-door hardtop sedan, custom coupe, convertible, and a 6- and 9-passenger station wagon. Chevrolet's base six-cylinder engine was an overhead-valve six-cylinder unit displacing 250 CID and offering 100 horsepower. The base V8 unit was a 350 CID offering 165 brake horsepower. The six-cylinder cars came standard with a three-speed manual transmission. The V8 had standard Turbo Hydra-Matic transmissions.

Standard features included a concealed antenna located in the windshield, a cigarette lighter, a lighted locking glove box, a center dome light, a power ventilation system, and armrests. Other interior features included an inside hood release, floor carpeting, vinyl-trimmed pattern cloth upholstery, a deluxe steering wheel, foam rubber front seat cushion, luggage compartment light, three-point safety belts, and wood-grained instrument panel accents. Mechanical features included power steering, and power front disc and rear drum brakes.

The convertibles had an all-vinyl interior with carpeted lower door panels.


By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2018

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