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This Big-Block Chevelle Super Sport Can Be Yours

Dream Giveaway supports various children and veterans organizations


If you’re a fan of classic muscle cars (and who isn’t?), then the 1970-1972 Chevelle Super Sport (SS) is likely to be high on your wish list. Dubbed as the car that nearly “everyone with gasoline in their veins wants in their garage” by Hemmings, this iconic vehicle embodies the essence of American muscle power. We’ll take a closer look at the brightly colored 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS, which could be yours to win in the Chevelle Dream Giveaway.

The 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS up for grabs in this giveaway is a truly special find. With only 33,000 original miles on the odometer, this low-mileage muscle car is a rare gem. But that’s not all—it also boasts a retro-cool color combination that adds to its allure. Imagine cruising down the road in this vintage beauty, with its big block engine, four-speed manual transmission, and Positraction ensuring an exhilarating driving experience.

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This particular Chevelle SS has an intriguing history. It was originally sold by Swad Chevrolet in Columbus, Ohio, after being transported from the factory in Arlington, Texas. The car’s vibrant Orange Flame paint, complemented by a black vinyl interior and a black vinyl top, turned heads as it shone through the dealership’s showroom windows. On May 31, 1972, the original owner drove it home, vowing to maintain its pristine condition for years to come.

Now, after 50 years, this Texas-born Chevelle SS has emerged as a testament to the glory days of the muscle-car era. It represents the enduring legacy of the 1970-1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS and the pride that went into its creation. It’s an opportunity to own a time capsule, a piece of automotive history that captures the spirit of a bygone era.

As if that isn’t enticing enough, the winner of the Chevelle Dream Giveaway will receive important dealer-delivery documents with the car. These documents include an original factory assembly-line broadcast sheet, meticulously preserved for half a century, as well as the new-car vehicle warranty policy and the original warranty service Protect-o-Plate, which documents the name of the original owner and the vehicle identification number (VIN). The title of the car also verifies the odometer reading of 33,000 original miles as “actual miles.”

Let’s not forget about the fantastic factory options that make this 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS even more desirable. It comes equipped with the Z11 SS Group, C08 Vinyl top, LS3 402ci big-block engine (interestingly, the broadcast sheet lists it as 400ci), M20 4-speed manual transmission, F41 Performance suspension, G80 Positraction rear axle, G81 3.31 gear ratio, U14 Instrument panel gauges, C16 Power brakes, D55 Center console, 12-bolt Positraction with 3.31 gears, N40 Power steering, J50 Power brakes with front discs, D88 Hood and deck striping, and an AM radio with an 8-track player.

This giveaway provides you with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to win this remarkable 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS with just 33,000 original miles. Don’t hesitate to enter, as big-block muscle cars of this caliber are exceedingly rare, and you wouldn’t want to miss out on the chance to experience the thrill of driving this time machine home. Plus, the giveaway includes $17,000 to cover the federal prize tax, making it even more appealing.

By participating in this giveaway, you’ll also be supporting a noble cause. Veterans and children in need are counting on your contribution.

This is the last call for the Chevelle giveaway. Entries will be accepted until midnight on July 25. ENTER NOW!



  1. Worked on a lot of these cars back in the day beautiful machine would love to have one there’s no way I could ever afford. One holiday, retired truck driver I have a disabled. I’m retired, and my health is not good neither. Would be a sweet thing to have to take my wife and remember the good old days. Not many of those left nowadays.

  2. I too am an old goat as my wife puts it,but I could only imagine a car such as this in my garage.good luck ya’all

  3. I had a 1970 SS 396 with 15,000 original miles on it. I bought it after some young kid broadsided my 69 SS 396 that I just got restored. So that same summer I got hit on my Harley at 55 miles an hour. So I had to sell the 70 Chevelle because I was still dealing with the insurance from my 69 Chevelle and my Harley. So I had to sell my 70 Chevelle at auction and the auctioneer even saw I was crying and for grown man to cry in public wasn’t the thing to do if you get my drift. So that was my summer from hell. Now that I’m 64 years old and had to sell my Corvette because of health problems. I could really use this 72 Chevelle with 33,000 miles on it, to put a smile on my face.

  4. I have entered Dream Giveways several times, never knew who won the drawing or what charity the money goes to. It would be nice to get some response as to who won and who it helped.

  5. I have entered Dream Giveways several times, never knew who won the drawing or what charity the money goes to. It would be nice to get some response as to who won and who it helped.

  6. I loved my 69 Chevelle SS,4 Speed,big block 396 with 750 double pumper on top. Full Race cam. That car would Fly. Should have kept it. Dark Green with black vinyl top. Beautiful Car.

  7. If I won this car, I’d drive it once then donate it to charity. The sell of it would benefit so many children’s treatments at Reilys Children hospital. I know some of the ppl that have commented won’t like this comment but we have had ours smile, let a sick child smile. They need it more than we do. ❤️‍🩹

  8. I bought the same car in 1973 I wrecked it in front of the highschool it was totaled but all my friends left school to see if I was ok and they got in trouble with the principle.

  9. I donate every year to joe Dimasio childrens hospital in Hollywood florida they saved my 16 year old son that was diagnosed with 3 brain tumors so i can tell you that every time i went there with him for treatment it was heart wrenching to see all those kids that were there as well they need every donation they can get.

  10. Back in ’79 I had a ’70 SS 396/402 Chevelle (375 hp) with a 4 speed. It was a blast to drive! I bought bought it for $900, smashed it up a bit, and sold it for $350. Those were the days! I bought 40 tickets, and crossing my fingers!


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