800 Derita Road, Ste. A
The awesome color combo of this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS tribute is what instantly caught your eye. As you take a closer look, you're going to discover this has been restored with a seriously powerful big block, an A/C interior, and all-around investments in quality. So it's a head-turner with all the best features already ready to go.
The Cortez Silver is a true 1970 color that is part of a later investment in this coupe. So you get a period-correct hue that now benefits from an awesome metallic finish with a ton of depth. It makes for a car that loves to radiate in the sunshine. Black complements silver nicely, and so the painted racing stripes, blacked-out grille, blacked-out rear panel, and premium vinyl roof come together to give this a well-done nearly two-tone appearance. There's a ton of intimidation on this one that not only comes from the black pieces, but also the SS badging, hood pins, dual exhaust tips, and power bulge of the cowl hood. And the upgraded US Mags 20-inch alloys add to both the look of shine and performance.
The doors have a smooth action that are an instant symbol of good quality. Once you get inside, the full black interior shows off a fresh and clean package. Intermediate size in 1970 was still a serious amount of interior space, so there's plenty of room to carry your family and friends with you. Plus, with an upgraded retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo and cold R134a air conditioning, everyone stays happy. But the best treats of this Chevelle are reserved just for the driver. You get bucket seats, a sporty full round gauge package with tach, auxiliary readouts, a classic Chevy sports steering wheel, and your right hand will love the iconic horseshoe shifter.
Under the hood, this bright and tidy big block that radiates with power from within the dark engine bay. If you look closer, you can spot performance upgrades such as a Holley double-pumper four-barrel carburetor, a hi-rise performance intake, MSD ignition, and headers feeding the rumbling H-pipe dual exhaust. It's a seriously powerful package, and the three-speed automatic transmission has a stall to ensure you get the ideal performance out of this monster motor. The 12-bolt rear end is there to get this power to the pavement. Control stays well in hand thanks to power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern grippy ZR-rated tires at all four corners.
This is the big block Chevelle that has been restored to be the SS tribute of your dreams. And the only way to make it a reality in your driveway is to call today!
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