You're looking at the rare opportunity to own the end of an era. This 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu convertible represents the last of the Chevelle drop-tops. Less than 5,000 were produced in this final year, so it's great to see such a significant and rare car presented with shining paint, an A/C interior, proper small block power, and more. Code 75 Cranberry Red is the car's correct color, and that makes for a true red-blooded American appeal. This extra pride is from a more recent respray. It gives the car a terrific luster that shows off the quality of the body panels. And besides, if you're going to have a sunshine friendly convertible, you want a car that pops in the sunshine. Plus, the white convertible top gives this curvy Malibu the same appeal as a Coca-Cola bottle. Form-hugging chrome bumpers, good-looking trim, and bright Rally wheels give you a nice package. There's a cowl hood for a touch of a sporty image, but overall, this car likes its premium Malibu style. It's not trying to be an SS with racing stripes. Instead, it shows off a complete and sharp appearance that knows how to turn heads without being so fancy that you'd be afraid to drive this Chevy the moment the sun comes out. The white roof has a timeless appeal against the red paint, and that same appeal happens when you take it down, too. This was born with a white interior, and just like the exterior, it's a presentation that's ready for driving. The factory dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the old-school speedometer that's about as long as the horizon. Two wide rows of bench seats make this great to share with plenty of family and friends. You even have nice upgrades to keep everyone happy, like the retro-style AM/FM stereo that comes with the sale. And a convertible with factory air condition upgraded to R134a refrigerant means this classic drop-top knows how to keep you cool even in the summer. Under the hood is a later 350 cubic-inch V8. It's well-built with a four-barrel carburetor, one-inch spacer, and an updated dual exhaust. And you can see the full package has been well maintained, right down to the wires and hoses. That's why the V8 fires up nicely and the three-speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and deep treads on the wide Cooper Cobra tires gives you confidence on the streets. This is a rare and interesting convertible that has been given the right investments to be a great cruiser. Now's your chance to enjoy the last great Malibu drop-top. Call today!