72 Malibu and 69 chevelle ss clone value?

Asked by Craigrcourt Feb 08, 2017 at 10:12 PM about the 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Need some help, I have a couple of chevelle the
first is a 72 Malibu all original with engine and
tranny numbers matching,  body is in great shape
but car does not run needs to be restored inside
and out its a bench seat automatic 4 speed 350
motor I'm just trying to get an idea of what I should
try to sell it for if I did?
My other car is a 69 ss clone it was fully restored
about 10 years ago and has a 396 with a 3 speed
auto, bucket seats and discuss brakes I paid
around 20k 4 years ago but I'm curious what it
might be now

1 Answer

74,705

Try Hemmings.com. The 72 Malibu is kind of generic to be honest, the 69 is worth more even if it is a clone. Prices are all over the map, it really comes down to condition and originality versus mods. Check the classic car classifieds for price ranges. Ask for the moon, then come down until you find a buyer.

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