1970 was a very invigorating and exciting year for our country. Ronald Reagan won his re-election campaign to serve as governor of California for a second term. Industry giant Kelloggs acquired Eggo Waffles and Chevrolet introduced an all new body design for the Chevelle. The Chevelle, originally launched in 1964 continued on through three generations until its final production year of 1977. Of the various styles created within that 13 year run, the 1970 Chevelle was undoubtedly the most popular look of all. With its four round headlights up front and two rectangular taillights recessed within the rear bumper; this one year only model had instant appeal. The most revered and cherished model of all was the SS. Standing for Super Sport, the SS moniker brought not only excitement in ownership with its prodigious power and aggressive looks but that of agony to all who competed against it on the street or at the local drag strip. Our 1970 Chevelle SS is painted in a correct Classic White (10) paint scheme with optional black SS stripes and (ZL2) cowl induction hood. Under that functional hood lies one menacing 454 with plenty of go-fast parts; including a 780 cfm Holley double pumper mounted atop an Edelbrock Torker intake, headers and an MSD 6AL Digital Ignition feeding an H.E.I. distributor. Backing up that prodigious power is a Turbo 400 three-speed automatic transmission and twelve bolt rear end. Inside the cockpit, a basket handle shifter lies waiting for your command; along with a full length console that more than compliments the optional black coated-fabric bucket seats and carpeting. If you relish reliving the days of thunder when cars like these roamed freely then heres a good opportunity! Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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